Women’s March Saturday January 21

DC, NYC & Stamford Washington DC Weston is organizing a bus to the Women’s March and the Weston organizers are wondering if anyone from Wilton would like to join.  The purpose of this march is NOT to protest the inauguration, but to join in solidarity with other women to protect our rights, as well as the rights of minorities and the LGBTQ community. The hope is that is the first…

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Volunteers Sought for Town Boards & Commissions

The by-laws of the Democratic Town Committee provide that its nominating committee, of which I am the chair, shall advertise, fully, for persons interested in being nominated for appointed or elected office. Under current procedures adopted by the Board of Selectmen, members of the Democratic party must apply for appointed positions in town government through our committee, members of the Republican party must apply for appointed positions through the Republican…

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Invitation to Democratic Town Committee meeting Dec 6, 7:30pm, Comstock Center

Please come to our monthly Democratic Town Committee meeting, which will be held at the Comstock Community Center at 180 School Road on Dec. 6, at 7:30 p.m. (Instead of at town hall). All Democrats are welcome to attend. Also, please let family and friends know they are welcome to come to this meeting. We will cover business quickly so we can focus on the election, how people are feeling,…

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Welcome to the WDTC

Wilton Democrats and the Wilton Democratic Town Committee are committed to action on behalf of Democratic candidates at the national, state local levels. We promote and support principles and programs that reflect our beliefs in inclusiveness, tolerance and fair treatment of all, regardless of gender, race, ethnicity, sexual orientation or station in life. We support responsible fiscal governance and forward-thinking environmental stewardship. We do all in our power to place…

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A post-election statement from Wilton Democrats

Dear Wilton Democrats, I have been recovering from shock and sheer exhaustion. First, I want to thank everyone who played a part in the election. Speaking for the Wilton Democratic Town Committee, we appreciate everyone who voted, donated, volunteered and advocated for our Democrats. Hillary Clinton won the majority of votes for President in Wilton (and nationally!). Dick Blumenthal and Jim Himes also carried Wilton. We are the minority party…

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