About WDTC

The Town of Wilton was incorporated in 1802, and operates with a Town Meeting form of government pursuant to the Connecticut Home Rule Act of 1957. The job of the WDTC is to find and support qualified individuals to sit and constructively participate in the running of the town of Wilton through its many appointed and elected boards and commissions. An equally important role that the DTC must serve on a day-to-day basis is that of informed contributor to the realization and implementation of the initiatives that will ensure the success of Wilton’s short- and long-term growth.

We ask all of you to get involved in some way. We meet the first Tuesday of every month at 7:30 at the Town Hall or the Comstock Center (Check the Events list for the location of the next meeting). Come to one of our monthly meetings and become part of the discussion. Consider sitting on one of the many boards or commissions that allow this town to function. Whether you can afford the time commitment or not, we can always use your ideas and expertise.

Regardless of your political affiliation, we welcome your insights, opinions or desires for what you want this town to be and to become. Remember, your rights and responsibilities as a citizen are not limited to the periodic casting of a vote.

Please Support the WDTC

The Wilton Democratic Town Committee creates and promotes the implementation of initiatives to support our town. The Committee finds, promotes, and supports qualified individuals to participate on Wilton’s appointed and elected boards and commissions. The Committee raises awareness and visibility of local, state and national Democratic issues and candidates through a variety of activities including:

  • Discussion groups & events
  • Creation and dissemination of community events and information
  • Voter registration drives
  • Canvassing
  • Letter campaigns
  • Phone banking
  • Election monitoring
  • Providing rides to polls

The WDTC develops and supports an agenda to move Wilton forward. The committee creates and supports this website, an important resource for all citizens of Wilton. Please help by contributing now .