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On False Equivalence

The next time an American visits horror upon his fellow citizens (how sad that we all know the wait is unlikely to be long and that my choice of pronoun is likely to be correct) and you hear someone offer … Continue reading

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Jahana Hayes

This past weekend, 5th Congressional District candidate Jahana Hayes spoke at a gathering in Manchester hosted by numerous local officials, including Bolton’s First Selectman Sandra Pierog and DTC Chairman Christopher Davey. Ms. Hayes, a former National Teacher of the Year, … Continue reading

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Registration Event on July 31

Would you like to vote in the August 14 primary election? To do so,  you’ll need to be a registered Democrat or Republican. As reported today in a special edition of the Bolton Bulletin, Bolton’s registrars of voters will be … Continue reading

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Budget Vote Today

Polls are open today until 8 pm at Bolton Town Hall. Please stop by to vote on the town budget. The proposed budget can be reviewed here (PDF). At the April BDTC meeting, members voted to endorse the budget as … Continue reading

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Leadership Elections and Caucus Results

At our regular business meeting last Thursday, the Bolton Democratic Town Committee voted to retain Christopher Davey as chair, Adam Teller as vice chair, and Mary Terhune as secretary. Former treasurer Sandra Pierog returns to that role after a six-month … Continue reading

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Republicans Appoint Miller to BOS

About an hour ago we learned that Kim Miller has been appointed to fill the vacancy on the Board of Selectmen seat. We express our appreciation to Republicans Bob Morra, Mike Eremita, and Kay Petersen  for that action, which we … Continue reading

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How to Replace a Selectman

Yesterday, Liz Krueger resigned as a member of the Board of Selectman. Today an article appeared in the JI that states the Republican Town Committee “has the right to choose a replacement to fill the seat.” Not quite. The town charter … Continue reading

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