“Our Common Goals”

"Since announcing my candidacy for first selectman of Madison, I’ve had the honor to meet many wonderful people and listen to their history, suggestions, and concerns. Across the board, people recognize that Madison offers a complete package of opportunities at a fair...

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“Insight and Expectations”

"As this campaign season has progressed, I find myself coming back to one central question: What do we want from our elected officials? Over my 12 years of service to this town as a selectman and a first selectman, I have benefited from a great many discussions on...

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“At a Critical Point”

"Be authentic, fight for what you believe in, and focus on solving town challenges: This has been my personal motto and my promise to residents as selectman for the past three years. I’m seeking re-election this Nov. 5 so I can continue to represent residents’...

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“An Ideal Background”

"I am writing to ask your readers to elect me to the Madison Board of Finance (BOF). My extensive public service record and state management experience comprise an ideal background for effective service on the BOF. I served on the Zoning Board of Appeals for three...

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See Recordings of the Debates

The Madison Parent Representative Council (PRC) and the League of Women Voters (LWV) hosted a debate on Thursday, October 24th at the Polson Middle School for Madison candidates in the 2019 municipal elections for First Selectman and Board of Finance.

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“Can Rebuild That Trust”

"I hear a recurring theme in my discussions with the community that people are mystified by decisions being made by town government, and often confused by the motivations behind them. The perception is that everything happens in a vacuum, with little transparency, and...

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“An Ethics Commission”

"Madison is experiencing a time of uniquely consequential and complex local issues. This occurs against a national backdrop of murky ethical, moral, and legal maneuvering. The resulting mistrust may have already spilled into our local dialogue as well. The citizens of...

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“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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Upcoming Events

7:00 pm MDTC December Meeting @ Madsion Town Campus, Hammonasset Room
MDTC December Meeting @ Madsion Town Campus, Hammonasset Room
Dec 9 @ 7:00 pm
The Madison Democratic Town Committee will hold its regular monthly meeting on Monday, December 9 beginning at 7:00 pm in the Hammonasset Room at Madison Town Campus.  All are welcome!
7:00 pm MDTC Evening of Thanks & Celebra... @ The American Legion Hall
MDTC Evening of Thanks & Celebra... @ The American Legion Hall
Dec 12 @ 7:00 pm
MDTC Evening of Thanks & Celebration @ The American Legion Hall | Madison | Connecticut | United States
  Come join the Madison Democrats for an “Evening of Thanks and Celebration” as we celebrate November’s victory and plan for 2020. The event will be held at the American Legion Hall located at 43[...]
4:00 pm Senator Chris Murphy Town Hall M... @ Guilford Nathaniel B. Greene Community Center
Senator Chris Murphy Town Hall M... @ Guilford Nathaniel B. Greene Community Center
Dec 15 @ 4:00 pm – 5:45 pm
Senator Chris Murphy Town Hall Meeting @ Guilford Nathaniel B. Greene Community Center | Guilford | Connecticut | United States
U.S. Senator Chris Murphy will be holding a Town Hall Meeting on Sunday, December 15th from 4:00-5:45 p.m. at the Nathaniel B. Greene Community Center in Guilford.  Please come and join the conversation! Please RSVP[...]

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