at Democratic Headquarters, 240 Norwich Westerly Rd, North Stonington, CT 06359
Join Stonington, North Stonington and Ledyard DTC for a Halloween-themed phone banking Friday, October 14 from 5:00 - 9:00 pm.
We will be making calls for all of our candidates up and down the ballot.
Volunteers will need to bring their laptop and cell phone to use the auto dialer system.
Food, drinks, and treats will be provided. Costumes are encouraged.
Every Thursday, Phone Banking with Ashley Gillece for the 43rd
5:00 - 8:00 PM
At Stonington Regional Democratic Headquarters
240 Norwich Westerly Rd, North Stonington
Postcards: An Opportunity to Help Make a Difference this Election
If you are interested in writing and sending postcards, please email email@example.com to get more information.
It's Easy to Make a Difference Door Knocking!
The most effective way to reach voters is to meet them at their door. We’re targeting two upcoming coordinated door knocking events.
Please join us:
Sunday, October 16:
Coordinated door knocking
with Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz
Stonington Regional Democratic Headquarters
240 Norwich Westerly Rd, North Stonington (by the Red Onion)
If you've never door-knocked before, no problem!
Training and an experienced door-knocking buddy will be provided.
Osten said "Eastern Connecticut needs housing for new teachers, new police officers, new engineers and those working at Electric Boat and its subcontractors as well as at the casinos and the Submarine Base.
Osten voted for legislation that protects from lawsuits out-of-state women who travel to Connecticut for abortions and the physicians who provide the abortions.
“We recognized … that we were going to have to do something in order to provide people who are here in Connecticut the absolute right to choice,” Osten said."
Did you know that “early voting” is on CT’s ballot this November?
It will allow the legislature to expand the number of days for in person voting!
On the November 8th ballot, all voters across Connecticut will see this question, which they will get to vote YES or NO for: “Shall the Constitution of the State be amended to permit the General Assembly to provide for early voting?”
● CT is one of only 4 states in the nation that does not allow for in-person early voting
● Early voting would spread out the crowds and make lines shorter on election day
● Early voting would increase turnout, particularly among demographics that lean democratic
● Early voting allows for the correction of errors
● Early voting helps mitigate the spread of COVID-1
Please vote yes and support better flexibility for voting.
Ledyard Democratic Town Committee Meetings
are held each month on the second Monday of the month at 6 pm.
Currently, meetings are held virtually through the GoToMeeting web program.
To get the link/call in information to join meetings, email firstname.lastname@example.org.