2022 CT Elections: Weekly Debate Series

In collaboration with the League of Women Voters of Connecticut (LWVCT), Connecticut Public presents a weekly series of political debates between the key candidates in advance of the midterm November 2022 elections, including debates for the statewide offices of Governor and Secretary of the State, as well as U.S. Senate…

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Rally For Democracy–August 28th

Sunday, August 28th, 4-6 p.m. (Rain or Shine), Merwin Meadows Park, 52 Lovers Lane, Wilton         Join local Democrats for a regional campaign rally–featuring Governor Ned Lamont, Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz, Senator Richard Blumenthal, and candidates for Secretary of State, Treasurer, State Senate and State Representative–to kick-off a major get out the…

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Volunteers Needed for July 4th

  Monday, July 4th from 5:00 – 9:00 PM:  Sign up for a 1-hour shift (or more) to help host the DTC-sponsored Ice Cream Cart.  It’s a great way to meet and greet neighbors, friends and welcome newcomers.  SIGN UP HERE.

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Let This Be A Call To Action

IT’S TIME TO STEP UP.  The stakes for the November election just got higher. Heartbroken. Anger. Despair. Fear. We know how you’re feeling. The Trumpian right-wing Supreme Court just issued horrendous decisions on gun safety and reproductive rights. And now, people across the United States will have to live with…

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Juneteenth Celebration Hosted by Weston DEI Committee

Sunday, June 19th @ 2:00 – 5:00 PM, Weston Town Green:  The DEI Committee invites you to celebrate Juneteenth–now considered America’s second Independence Day–to commemorate the end of slavery in rebel held states on June 19, 1865.  Enjoy speakers, music, food, drinks & local vendors/organizations.  Stop by the DTC table and…

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Message From New DTC Chair, Gayle Weinstein

The Weston Democratic Town Committee holds a caucus every two years to elect voting members to the DTC. This year, our caucus was held on Wednesday, January 5 at 7:30 PM. Our meeting took place outside the Weston Library, due to the fact that Town rules related to COVID did…

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