Together, working as a team, we can elect Democratic candidates in every election and make a difference in Wilton. Here’s how you can get involved:
Join the campaign team
We have an active group of volunteers, all dedicated to make a difference in our community, state, and nation. We’re active year-round representing Democrats in town activities, organizing fundraisers and other events, and communicating about local, state, and national issues through social media and newsletters. During election cycles we’re involved in literature drop, canvassing, phone banks to Get out the Vote, staffing the HQ and community events, and distributing yard signs. It’s a great way to get involved with other Democrats in town. Please join us! Fill out the form on this page and we’ll be in touch with you right away!
Host an event for a candidate
Is there a candidate or Board you particularly wish to support? Consider hosting a Meet & Greet event in your home! It’s a great way for you and your neighbors and friends to get to know a candidate in an informal setting, and an opportunity to convey your views to candidates and hear about their vision for Wilton in more detail. Fill out the form on this page and we’ll be in touch with you right away!
Host a postcard party
Postcards written to your neighbors turns out to be one of the very best ways to motivate people to come out to vote. Our postcard parties have been well attended and tons of fun! If you’d like to host a postcard party in your home, fill out the form on this page and we’ll be in touch with you right away!
Write letters to the Editor
Share your views on the candidates and issues that are important to you — your opinions matter! Every letter supporting your Democratic candidates makes a difference to your neighbors, and we encourage you to share your views. Guidelines for submitting letters to the Wilton Bulletin or Good Morning Wilton are here. We can help write letters if you wish — contact Vicki Rossi.
Follow us on Social Media and get our newsletter
Please LIKE our DTC Facebook page – when you see posts by the DTC and Candidates, it is very helpful to 1) LIKE them, 2) POST them on your own page by SHARING the post and 3) COMMENTING on posts. Doing ALL these actions will spread their impact and keep our Democratic community up to date and engaged.
- WDTC Facebook
- WDTC Twitter @wiltondems
- Use the form available on all pages to subscribe to our newsletter!
To volunteer your help with social media, our website, or newsletters, contact Leslie Holmes
Word of Mouth
Getting up to speed on the issues and our candidates’ positions and communicating with your friends and neighbors is extremely helpful. In today’s environment, sending out personalized emails to your friends supporting candidates is very effective.
You can always contribute directly to help us fund our operations (up to $2,000 per person each year). CLICK HERE TO CONTRIBUTE.
Help build a strong Democratic presence in Wilton. Follow our events page and subscribe to add them to your own calendar. (Check “Add” at the bottom of the event list or to the right of an individual event page).
Volunteer on Election Day
The Wilton Registrars always need volunteers to help staff the polls on election day. Contact Democratic Registrar Karen Birck.
Make a Difference in Wilton
LAST BUT NOT LEAST! Serving on a town board or committee is one of the most important ways you can participate in, and affect, Wilton’s future. The Democratic Town Committee welcomes both unaffiliated voters and registered Democrats as potential nominees for these seats. We trust that the DTC’s commitment to fiscal responsibility, environmental stewardship, compassionate treatment of employees and an inclusive and tolerant political discourse are your values as well. Below is link to view currently open positions, and information about expressing interest.
Boards and Committees
View Open Positions on the Wilton town website.
To express interest:
Interested registered Democrats please contact Ceci Maher of the Democratic Town Committee.
Read more about how boards and committees are formed on the Wilton Town Website