Thank you for your help

We are grateful for all your help on this year’s municipal election campaign. We did not succeed in electing two members to the Board of Finance. However, we ran a very strong, well-executed campaign. We owe a debt of gratitude to Deb McFadden and her committee for the fine work…

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Your Vote Matters

When I took on the job of Chair of the Wilton Democratic Town Committee two years ago, a good friend told me that voting in Wilton elections “is like voting in Russia. All the candidates are elected.” That will not happen this year. We have a contested election for Board of Finance. Only three of the four candidates will be elected.

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Your Vote Counts in the Wilton Board of Finance Race

There are three seats open on the Board of Finance, and if you care about your tax dollars or the Wilton schools, you’ll want a say in who wins. Consider this: whereas your presidential vote was one in two million in Connecticut, your vote in this municipal election will be one in only twelve thousand. In short, your vote counts.

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Re-elect Andy Pforzheimer to the Board of Finance

I applaud Andy Pforzheimer’s work during his first term on the Board of Finance; we could trust him to balance Wilton ’s needs with our means even during difficult economic times. Andy, a CEO and 19-year resident of the town, worked collaboratively to keep Wilton’s AAA bond rating and control spending.

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