District towns: Bethel, Brookfield
Election history: Scribner won a special election in 1999, succeeding Republican B. Scott Santa-Maria, who died. In 2008, Scribner was cross-endorsed by the Independent Party and his Democratic challenger by the Working Families Party.
2008 general election
|David A. Scribner (R)||7,264||62 percent|
|David A. Scribner (I)||523||5 percent|
|David Stevenson (D)||3,861||33 percent|
David Stevenson (WF)
Public financing: Scribner ($24,972.88) and Stevenson $25,000) each received public financing for their campaigns under the Citizens’ Election Program. Stevenson returned a surplus of $5,218.73.
Background: Scribner is the elected town treasurer of Brookfield. His constituents include Gov. M. Jodi Rell.
Committees: Finance, Public Health, Transportation (ranking member)
Education: Post College; Western Connecticut State University
Occupation: Treasurer, Brookfield
2008 Financial Disclosure: Scribner reported income from the town of Brookfield. His wife, Pamela Scribner, is a teacher for Regional School District 1. They own no real estate or securities. He disclosed no information about debts.
Scriber sits on the boards of the Regional Hospice of Western Connecticut and the Regional YMCA of Western Connecticut.
A note on financial disclosure: Every spring, officials are required to disclose the ownership of real estate, the source of any income exceeding $1,000 in the previous calendar year and securities worth more than $5,000. They also are required to file an addendum in which they report any debt of more than $10,000; this may by law be kept confidential.