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DTC Day of Action

By October 2, 2018DTC News
Redding Democrats geared up for Election Day on their first Day of Action leading up to November 6th. Congressman Jim Himes, who is seeking re-election in the 4th district, and William Tong, candidate for Attorney General, gathered with local Democrats before canvassing the neighborhood to talk with residents. They were joined by Will Haskell (26th), candidate for state senate, and Raghib Allie-Brennan (2nd) and Anne Hughes (135th), both candidates for the CT General Assembly.

The candidates stopped by the Redding Elementary School to see all the hard work at play in building the new playground, then stopped to enjoy a favorite Redding tradition, the Congregational Church Fair by the town center.

Those not canvassing, wrote postcards to Redding neighbors as a reminder to vote on November 6th.

Author Mary Ann Carman

Mary Ann Carman is Secretary of the Redding DTC, and Chair of the Communications Committee. She can be reached at reddingdems@gmail.com

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