2017 Candidates for the Board of Education:
Emily Rosenthal, Matt Parthasarthy, and Alison Keating
Meet our Candidates!
Our slate of local candidates represents an exciting group of new faces to Madison politics as well as a depth of experience offering the people of Madison a real choice for shared government over single-party rule.
LINK TO OUR CANDIDATE’S PAGE to learn more about them, and consider hosting a house party to help introduce them to your neighbors and friends! To host a house party, contact MDTC@madisondemocrats.org. Help us get the word out about our great slate of candidates and let them show you why they deserve your vote!
The Madison Democratic Town Committee passed the following resolution regarding the tragic events in Charlottesville, Virginia by unanimous vote at the August 14 meeting: It is resolved that the Madison Democratic Town Committee strongly condemns the recent incendiary...read more
Looking for ways to be effective at the local level? The Connecticut Democratic Party has initiated a program for "Democratic Community Captains" working at the grassroots. Each week, the State party sends out new actions items. Here are action items for this...read more
The Madison Democratic Town Committee is pleased to announce its slate of candidates for the 2017 Madison municipal elections. Candidates were endorsed at a special meeting on Sunday, July 23 at the Madison Surf Club followed by a picnic on Garvin’s Point. Al...read more
On April 4 the Board of Education (BOE) discussed three potential options for the School Facility Plan. We urge the Madison community to study this issue and contact members of the Board of Education to ensure the best option for our children and our town.read more
Join us this Tuesday, April 4th at 7:30 at Town Campus to listen to the Board of Education discuss the options for the School Facility Plan and give your views! The decision that the Board of Education will make over the next few weeks will drive possible school...read more
Learn more about the state of Madison’s budgets, the difficult decisions that might be ahead given possible cuts in State funding, and how you can engage in this issue when the Board of Finance holds its next public hearing on April 18. Let your voice be heard!read more