Budget season is underway!

The BOF reviews the BOS budget tomorrow evening via zoom starting at 6:00pm. If you missed the BOF review last night of the BOE budget, it is available on video replay. Please see both links below. Link to Town calendar with zoom access information for the BOF review of the…

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Harvey Bellin passes away at 76

With great sadness we report that Harvey Bellin passed away on January 22, 2021.  Harvey was a dedicated member for years and will be sorely missed. The funeral will be graveside at 11 AM at Mt. Sinai Cemetery in New Haven on Sunday, January 24. An obituary was posted on…

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LWV Calls for Immediate Removal of President Donald Trump

1/8/2021 WASHINGTON – Thursday night, the League of Women Voters board of directors met and voted unanimously to call for the immediate removal of Donald J. Trump from the office of the President of the United States of America via any legal means, including and in order of preference: impeachment…

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Jim Himes addresses seditious riots in Washington, DC

January 6, 2021 Press Release Washington, DC – Today, Congressman Jim Himes (CT-04) released the following statement on the riot incited by President Trump: “Today’s seditious riot, attempting to overturn the rightful election of Joe Biden, is the inevitable and tragic result of months and years of lies and incitement…

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Will Haskell and Anne Hughes re-elected

Weston Today reports that both Will Haskell and Anne Hughes were re-elected as State Senator and State Representative, respectively.  Michelle McCabe unfortunately did not succeed in her bid to replace State Senator Tony Hwang, but she came very close. In Weston Today, Anne said “This was a campaign based on…

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Election Day 2020

Election Day, November 3, 2020: it’s finally here, and the polls are open. Weston Democrats, have your ID ready and wear a mask, and cast your votes at Weston Middle School on School Road, 6AM – 8PM. While there, stop by and say hello to the volunteers at the Weston DTC…

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HOW TO VOTE ABSENTEE IN NOVEMBER 2020?

Connecticut Legislature passed Public Act 20-03 July Spec. Sess. allowing all voters to vote by absentee ballot if they choose to because of COVID-19. The Office of Secretary of the State Denise W. Merrill will be sending absentee ballot applications to all eligible voters by mid-September. Alternately, you can download…

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2020 Weston Primary Election Results

If the Weston CT 2020 Primary Elections results were to decide the 2020 Elections, Joe Biden would win by a landslide; yea Weston! But while that will take more work on our part, the numbers from last week’s primaries still tell a curious tale of appetite for the oncoming election…

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