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Thank you Redding Democrats!

It was a terrific Century Club this Sunday, October 4th. Our thanks also go out to Governor Ned Lamont, Senator Richard Blumenthal and Congressman Jim Himes who joined us for an in-depth discussion about anticipated challenges with the Supreme Court, our economy, and important information with regard to the Coronavirus.

Your support of your Redding Democratic Town Committee sends an important signal to our candidates Congressman Jim Himes, and especially State Senator Will Haskell, State Representatives Anne Hughes and Raghib Allie-Brennan: they face contested races by a Trump-led Republican Party desperate to take back the majority in our Connecticut State House.

Thank you again for your support, which is critical as we get-out-the-vote for our candidates!


HOW TO VOTE IN THE 2020 ELECTION
Make Your Voice Heard!

    • VOTE in person Nov. 3, 2020. Polls are open from 6AM to 8PM at the Redding Community Center located at 37 Lonetown Road.

OR

    • REQUEST AN APPLICATION FOR ABSENTEE BALLOT: visit the Town of Redding website or contact the Town Clerk at (203)938-2377 or townclerk@townofreddingct.org with questions and concerns. (Tip: when applying for your application allow enough time for the processing and then mailing of your ballot. The application is only the first step of a two-step process)

    • Find STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO VOTE below, and “frequently asked questions” from our friends at the Redding League of Women Voters.
    • IMPORTANT DEADLINES FOR CONNECTICUT VOTERS:

Registration Deadlines:

Online: October 27–voterregistration.ct.gov/

By mail: Postmarked by October 27

In person: October 27

Absentee ballot deadlines: 

Request: Received by Nov. 2

Return by mail: Received by Nov. 3 by 8pm

Return in person: Nov. 3 by 8pm

*We strongly encourage submitting a completed absentee ballot via the ballot drop box at Redding Town Hall.

Questions? Contact the Redding Town Clerk at 203- 938-2377 or townclerk@townofreddingct.org.

 

Welcome to
Redding Democrats

The Redding DTC is the official local organization
of the Connecticut Democratic Party.

 
 
 
 

Our Platform

• Elect great candidates for local, state and federal offices.
• Support responsible town budgets and fiscal policy
• Be responsible stewards of our land, water and air.
• Raise money to support our candidates for election.
• Welcome new residents to Redding!

 

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Congressman Jim Himes debates his Republican opponent today at 4pm. To receive your link to join, and to submit questions, please register with the link provided. ...

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Redding Democrats

Kim Healy has nothing to run on and can’t even give an answer as to why she’s a better candidate than Haskell so she’s just making stuff up.Let's make this a campaign that's honest and honorable, not negative and misleading. The constituents in my district are too smart to fall for these old tricks. ...

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Jim Himes Debate @4PM–Register here

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On Sunday October 18th at 4:00 p.m., the Ct. League of Women Voters, the Westport Library the Wilton League of Women Voters, and other Leagues within the district will sponsor a candidate forum between Jim Himes (D) and Jonathan Riddle (R) for the 4th Congressional District. The format will be moderated by Kay Maxwell of the Ct. League of Women Voters and publicly live-streamed from the Trefz Forum at the Westport Library. Registration is required…

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Diana Carlino-Coffey writes GOTV postcards for State Rep. Raghib Allie-Brennan.

Elected Officials

There are currently 28 democrats that hold elected office in Redding. If you are interested in serving on a board or commission, please contact us. View a listing of the current Redding DTC members and elected officials.

DTC MEMBERS

The Redding DTC:

  • Nominates candidates for office.
  • Recruits and recommends appointees to town boards and commissions.
  • Organizes campaigning in Redding on behalf of all Democratic candidates.
  • Ensures that our party’s values and positions are a vital part of the governance of the town, state and nation.

Register to Vote!

Get voter registration information from Michele Grande, Redding’s Town Clerk. Get information on upcoming town meetings and calendars here.

VOTER INFORMATION

Meet your elected officials! 

Julia Pemberton

First Selectman

Margaret (Peg) O'Donnell

Board of Selectman

Scott Smith

Zoning Board of Appeals

Michele Grande

Town Clerk

Gwen Denny

Region 9 Board of Education

Tobey Welles

Planning Commission