Join us for our regular meeting of the Madison Democratic Town Committee. This meeting is being held on the third Monday of the month because of the Columbus Day observance on Monday, October 9.
All are welcome! LINK TO MEETING AGENDA 10-16-17
What Does Your Bottle of Water, Your Credit Card & Fracking Waste Have In Common?
Join us for the Environment Group presentation: “Local Actions to Fight Climate Change and the Movement To Ban Fracking Waste in CT.”
This meeting will focus on Environmental Issues and the importance of getting out the vote on the Shoreline!
Come learn about the candidates for Board of Education and the Board of Finance at a special forum being sponsored by the Madison Parents’ Representative Council and the League of Women Voters of the East Shore in Connecticut. If you would like to submit a question for the candidates, please submit it by Thursday, October 19th by email to email@example.com. (LINK TO FLYER)
Be sure to participate in the 2017 municipal elections! Your vote counts even more at the local level. 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.
CT Shoreline Indivisible (CTSI) will be holding its monthly meeting this Saturday November 18 at 10:00 a.m. at the First Congregational Church in Guilford. The speaker is Jonathan Perloe. He will be speaking on Gun violence and gun control efforts in Connecticut.
The large group meeting and presentation will be followed by working group meetings in the following areas:
- National Politics
- State and Local Politics
- Health Care
- The Environment
All are welcome to attend!
The Shoreline League of Democratic Women (SLDW) is pleased to announce a fundraiser for Congressman Joe Courtney on Sunday afternoon, November 19 from 3-5pm at the Penny Lane Pub, 150 Main Street, Old Saybrook. Join the SLDW for a lovely afternoon with Congressman Courtney, sure to inspire lively political conversation. Yummy hors d’oeuvres. Cash bar.
Deadline to RSVP is Friday, November 17.
Suggested Contribution Levels:
Friend: $25 | Supporter: $50 | Mover: $100
Shaker: $250 | High Roller: $500 | Rainmaker: $1000
All contributions will be graciously accepted.
There are 3 ways to RSVP and make your contribution for this event:
By phone: 860-885-4600.
Online: CLICK HERE and follow the instructions!
By mail: CLICK HERE to download the invitation and the RSVP contribution form. Please print and complete the form, and mail it with your check to the designated address.
For more information, email SLDWorg@gmail.com.
Connecticut Shoreline Indivisible (CTSI) is organizing and hosting an Affordable Care Act (ACA) Enrollment Event on Sunday, December 10 from 10:00 am to 1:00 pm at the Branford Fire Department, 45 N. Main Street in Branford, CT.
Although the fight isn’t over, protecting the Affordable Care Act is one of the biggest grassroots achievements of 2017. That means there are still affordable healthcare options for Connecticut residents to explore and sign up for in 2018. This CTSI sponsored enrollment event will provide information and assistance to make sure that people can get the health coverage they need, and help keep the health care exchange in Connecticut alive and thriving.
The Madison Democratic Town Committee will be holding an abbreviated monthly meeting on Monday, December 11 at 7:00 p.m. followed by a holiday party at a venue to be announced. If you would like to attend and receive more information, please email your request to MDTC@madisondemocrats.org.
A Vigil for Victims of Gun Violence is being planned for Sunday, December 17 from 3:30-4:30 p.m. on the Madison Town Green to commemorate the 5th anniversary of the tragedy at Sandy Hook Elementary School and to call for an end to gun violence. Gather with the people of Madison and others from our shoreline communities as we come together to show support for victim’s families and friends who have suffered tragic losses due to gun violence. The vigil is being sponsored by faith communities and local organizations on the Shoreline.