We would just like to shout out our thanks to the amazing Rebekah and Alex for the campaign they ran this summer and fall. They brought new ideas to the front and really brought people together. Alex, despite never working on a campaign before, stepped up and amazed us with his dedication to this race and the endless energy and work he put into it.
Rebekah showed us that you can run a campaign in a positive light. She laid our her thoughts, ideas, knowledge and passion for our hometown. Rebekah brought out the best in us and brought us together. Dozens upon dozens of volunteers, from high school students to senior citizens, Rebekah gave us the gift of new friendships that will last longer than the election results and continue moving Newtown forward. Thank you for stepping up, putting yourself out there and helping make in nicer in Newtown.
Hi all, thanks to all our donors and helpers, we are now open for the final push of the campaign at 30 Church Hill Road, right above Bagel Delight.
Our regular monthly meeting will be on 10/11 at 7:30, come on by! We need loans of tables and chairs, office supplies and snacks and things for all of our volunteers!
Big thanks to all of our volunteers so far. Lots of students and folks from all over town have been stepping up to help Rebekah, Michelle and the slate of Democratic candidates! We couldn’t do it without you.
If you would like a Rebekah, Michelle, Murphy or Lamont sign, just let us know.
See you all soon!
Hello fellow Democrats and other friends. We are gearing up for some great wins this November and need your help. Our most important elections are right here in Newtown.
We need your support, specifically, cash! We would like to have a HQ office space in town in order to help these great Democrats win their races in November. Check out their info below and if you can help, any donation (within state and federal rules of course) would go a long way!
The 106th district is most of our home and the amazing Rebekah Harriman-Stites has stepped up to ensure Newtown values and issues are fully represented in Hartford.
The 2nd district which covers a section of Newtown needs a dedicated and talented representative who will work hard for all of us. Raghib Allie-Brennan will move us all forward!
Newtown is also part of the 28th Senate District. We are excited to have Michelle McCabe working hard to win this critical seat. Her knowledge of how to make government work for the people is unparalleled. Get to know her!
We also could not be more excited for Jahana Hayes as she makes her run for Congress. Jahana is one of the new wave of national leaders that will put our nation back on the right path.
William Tong, our Attorney General candidate has been a friend to Newtown for a long time. He will lead the firewall to ensure that Newtown values are echoed through Hartford. William has spent a lot of time here in town and is a real friend to all of us!
Mary Glassman will be here in Newtown raising funds for her campaign for US House of Representatives. Come join her in her quest for the House. Check out the flyer for the full details.
Basic info: July 25th, 5:30 – 7:00pm.
Home of Tim Shearin and Ellen Aho
Donations can be made online at Mary Glassman for Congress
Mary Glassman Fundraiser invite
Our friends in Washington are hosting a Congressional forum on July 8th! Check out the link for the flyer and get to know these two great women who are running for Congress!
We are hosting a HQ fundraiser at the Villa Restaurant on June 27th at 6:00 pm. Tasty food, good conversation and you wont have to worry about your crazy cousins or Uncle telling you how great 45 is. Ugh.
Denise Merrill, William Tong, Michelle McCabe, Raghib Allie-Brennan and the fabulous Rebekah Harriman Stites!
Please click on that blue DONATE below to reserve your spot.
Definition of terms for lobbyists and rules can be found here.
Hi friends, we are having trouble with the rebuild of the website. It is coming, please be patient!
Ringing endorsement for Dan and Maureen from the Newtown Bee.
“Change simply for change is not what we advocate. But change rooted in where we have been and where we are going is a positive for this town. While Mr Rodgers and Mr Rosenthal both have experience and natural leadership skills invaluable to the office of first selectman, The Newtown Bee endorses Dan Rosenthal for first selectman, believing he is the person to combine those talents with the above-mentioned qualities. With a fresh but realistic outlook, he can spit shine Newtown to make it glow — and grow — in a manner that suits this New England town. Voting Ms Crick Owen into office beside him will give our town the one-two punch needed to keep the town on track, stable, and firm in what and who we are.” 11/2/17
The Newtown Democrats will be having a caucus on 7/20 in the Alexandria Room of Edmond Town Hall. The meeting will begin at 7pm, voter sign in at 7:15pm. All registered Newtown Democrats are welcome. Formal notice is below.
2017 NDTC Caucus Notice
Thursday 4/20 update! Comptroller Kevin Lembo is coming too! It’s a party! Be there or be square!
Now with 100% more Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman! Hooray!
The Lt. Governor will be here with us in the morning session, so make sure you register and get in there! Spots are filling up!
Newtown Dems Run for Office Training Seminar
Always thought about running for office, but not sure where to start? Well, start here! We are hosting a training event on 4/22/17 at the Newtown Middle School.
This is a FREE event for all Democrats and interested folks looking to run on the Democrats row in their town election this fall.
Registration is live!
We are running four time blocks for classes. Each block will have four of the programs running during that block. The classes are as follows:
Using Social Media with Newtown’s own Kyle Lyddy!
VAN 101 with Jen Thomas
Field Organizing with Dhru Nag
Communications and Literature with Christian Murray
Understanding SEEC Rules – SEEC representative
Fundraising with Meghan Frangione
GOTV with Lindsay Farrell
Panel Discussion with locally elected officials
Getting involved in High School for students – Katsuri Mia