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Statement on Alison Romkey

Last night the Connecticut State Police announced that Alison Romkey has been charged with misdemeanor offenses involving minors having access to alcohol. At this point there has been no trial or conviction, and we do not have all of the facts. … Continue reading

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On Defending the Work of Republicans

It must be early November, just after municipal elections—or May just after the budget referendum, or February at the start of budget season, or August, or whenever—because the voice of the grumpy taxpayer has again been heard in our fair … Continue reading

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For Your Consideration, 2019

On Tuesday, if history is a guide, about 1,500 of our friends and neighbors will turn out to vote in Bolton’s municipal elections. Will you be one of them? Local elections don’t get as much love as statewide and presidential … Continue reading

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Local Elections Are Where Your Voice Is Loudest!

On Tuesday, November 5, get out and vote! Local elections are the most important elections you can vote in. Why? Because your voice is loudest at the local level. Yes, the people we elect to state and federal office help … Continue reading

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Five Questions with Emily Bradley

Emily Bradley, current cochair of the Board of Finance, is up for reelection on November 5. She brings a wealth of experience from both the corporate and nonprofit worlds. We recently asked her a few questions. What town groups or … Continue reading

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Five Questions with Adam Teller

Adam Teller, a longtime member of Bolton’s Planning and Zoning Commission, was unanimously elected chairman of the commission two years ago. He’s up for reelection this year. Recently, we asked Adam to answer a few of our questions. Here’s what … Continue reading

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Bolton Democrat of the Year

Thank you to everyone who attended today’s Bolton Democrat of the Year celebration honoring Bolton First Selectman Sandra Pierog. Connecticut’s Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz was on hand to present Sandy with proclamations from the governor’s and lieutenant governor’s offices. Senator … Continue reading

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Democrat of the Year Celebration

Please join us on September 22 from 1:30 pm, as we honor Bolton First Selectman Sandy Pierog with the Franklin Delany Lifetime Achievement Award. Tickets for the event are $40 per person. Please click for full details and a contribution form.

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Congratulations, Candidates!

Bolton Democrats held a caucus last night to endorse candidates for the fall municipal election. Congratulations to the following candidates! First Selectman: Sandra Pierog Board of Selectmen: Bob DePietro and Kim Miller Board of Finance: Emily Bradley and Kristen Gourley Board … Continue reading

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Caucus date set

Bolton Democrats will caucus on Thursday, July 18, at 8 pm, in the Notch Road Municipal Center (Room 9) to select a slate of candidates for the November 2019 municipal election. The monthly Bolton Democratic Town Committee meeting will precede … Continue reading

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