“We gave this administration a year to change and make progress, but instead we got a series of mishaps, unfulfilled promises, and no transparency," said Roberto Alves. "As a community, we deserve better. We deserve leadership that is accountable, transparent, and truly committed to making a positive impact on our lives,” Alves continued, “I still see what I've always seen in our city: possibilities and potential. It’s time Danbury becomes a shining example of what a community that has been left behind for so long can do when we focus on creating opportunities for every resident and young person in our city.” concluded Alves.
A product of Danbury’s public schools, Roberto Alves was a City Councilman At-Large from 2017 - 2019, is currently Treasurer of the CT State Democratic Party and the Chair of the Danbury Democratic Town Committee Roberto brings a decade of private sector and community-driven experience to the position. He lives on West Redding Road with his spouse Robyn, and their two children, Julius and Catalina.