“A New Mindset”

"I often hear from citizens that nothing gets accomplished in Madison. High-profile projects like our school buildings, Academy, or the Downtown Center Project remain incomplete. We have a long list of other projects on the “to-do” list carried over from multiple...

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“Listen to the Public”

"Prior to its closing in 2004, The Academy Street School had been a proud symbol of Madison’s educational and cultural heritage. Now it stands as a stark reminder of ineffective leadership. Three years ago, an initiative from Shoreline Arts Alliance to create a...

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“Collaboration & Compromise”

"Looking at Madison’s fiscal challenges, it’s vitally important that we make decisions based on sound economic principles. As both a businessman and Board of Finance candidate, understanding the impact of demographics is critical. Madison remains a sizable shoreline...

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“Can Get Things Done”

"Recently I’ve been seeking public opinion (not scientific) on social media, trying to get a better sense of constituent interests and priorities. The responses suggest we are much more like-minded than we realize. This leads me to the following question: What if we...

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“A Strategic, Integrated Vision”

"As a mother of two children starting school this week, I can’t help but reflect on the importance of maintaining the excellence of our schools. My husband David and I chose to move here 12 years ago, his hometown, because we both recognized that Madison is an amazing...

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“An Education Destination”

"As Madison residents we are fortunate to be part of a community that highly values public education. The beginning of each school-year represents a fresh start. This Sept. 3 ends the nearly two-year process of contracting our district footprint from six to five...

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Visit with Governor Lamont

First Selectman Candidate Peggy Lyons and Democratic members of the Board of Selectmen Al Goldberg and Scott Murphy met with Governor Ned Lamont during a visit to downtown Madison while the Governor was on an informal tour of Shoreline towns.

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2019 Slate of Candidates

The Madison Democratic Town Committee is pleased to announce its slate of candidates for the 2019 Madison municipal elections. Candidates were endorsed at a special meeting on Thursday, July 18th held at the American Legion Hall in Madison, CT.

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2019 John Bailey Dinner

On Friday, June 21, the Connecticut Democrats hosted their annual gala event, the 2019 John Bailey Dinner, featuring special guest Speaker Nancy Pelosi. Madison was represented at the dinner by Joan Walker, Paul Kessinger, Jim Ball, and Susan Glantz. See Nancy...

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Peggy for First Selectman!

Peggy Lyons announced her candidacy for the office of First Selectman in Madison at the regular meeting of the Madison Democratic Town Committee on May 13, 2019. “Madison is at a unique crossroads in its history," Lyons said. "While we live in a spectacular place...

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Aid for Small Businesses in CT

State Comptroller Kevin Lembo has been working with the Legislative Chairs of the Insurance and Real Estate Committee, Senator Matt Lesser and Representative Sean Scanlon, in an exciting effort to lower health care costs for small businesses and individuals by using...

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It is critical that voters turn out this Tuesday, May 14th, to support this year’s budget for our public schools! The Board of Education has proposed what is basically a flat budget - one that is necessary to protect and maintain the high quality educational services...

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Academy School Survey

For the past week Great Blue Research has been conducting a random, representative telephone survey of 400 Madison residents to help determine their preferred path for the future of Academy Street School An online survey is now available asking the same questions as...

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Peter Barrett, Probate Judge

Serving as Probate Judge is the honor of a lifetime. It is an interesting, challenging and rewarding position. It is a position in which I am able to serve the public and apply the 37 years of legal experience I have built practicing law and handling probate matters...

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Volunteer at Democratic HQ

DON’T DESPAIR – GET BUSY! Now is the time to get active on the front lines of our community to fight for the Democratic candidates who will bring the most positive change to Madison and to our great state of Connecticut. We will be hosting activities based out of our...

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Upcoming Events

7:00 pm PRC Candidates’ Debate @ Walter C. Polson Middle School Auditorium
PRC Candidates’ Debate @ Walter C. Polson Middle School Auditorium
Oct 24 @ 7:00 pm
PRC Candidates' Debate @ Walter C. Polson Middle School Auditorium | Madison | Connecticut | United States
Please join us for the PRC Candidates’ Debate featuring candidates for Madison First Selectman and the Board of Finance running in the 2019 municipal elections.  This event is being is being cosponsored by the Madison[...]
10:00 am CTSI Monthly Meeting with Congre... @ First Congregational Church Guilford
CTSI Monthly Meeting with Congre... @ First Congregational Church Guilford
Oct 26 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
CTSI Monthly Meeting with Congressman Joe Courtney @ First Congregational Church Guilford | Guilford | Connecticut | United States
  Connecticut Shoreline Indivisible will hold its October monthly meeting on Saturday the 26th.  The featured speaker from 10:00-11:00 a.m. will be U.S. Representative Joe Courtney from Connecticut’s Second Congressional District who serves on the[...]

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