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2nd District Sit Down

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Dear Neighbor, Please join me on Saturday, February 2nd, at the Sycamore, 282 Greenwood Avenue in Bethel at 10:00AM for an opportunity to sit down and talk about issues that are important to the 2nd District and the State of Connecticut.  I look forward to meeting with you to discuss issues you want addressed during this legislative session and any questions or concerns you may have. See you there! Sincerely,

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LIGHTS FOR LIBERTY: A Vigil to End Human Detention Camps

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The Redding Lights for Liberty event will be on the beautiful town green this Friday, 7:30-9pm. Come listen to guidance from these special guests! *Raghib Allie Brennan—State Representative, District 2 *Liz Jorgenson—Congressional award-winning psychologist specializing in child brain development *Samuel Morett—personal coach and speaker, native of Venezuela *Anne Hughes—State Representative, District 135 *Dr. Mario Mendoza—Medical Affairs Consultant and Founder, lifeundocumented.org, native of El Salvador *Alex Meyerovich, Esq.—Managing Partner with M.C Law Group and board member of…

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The Democratic Town Committee lost one of our longest-serving and most loyal members at the end of April with the death of Jane Ross. Jane, who served in leadership positions in many groups in Town—most notably the Redding Land Trust and League of Women Voters—still found time to be a regular attendee and scribe for the Redding Democrats for over 20 years. She was fearless in her support for candidates who represented the best Redding,…

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Exuberant Lamont: It’s time to ‘reinvent Connecticut’

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“Edward Miner Lamont Jr., an unlikely Democratic standard bearer as a wealthy Greenwich businessman whose family tree includes titans of Wall Street and a left-wing philosopher, took office Wednesday as the 89th governor of Connecticut, a state buoyed by great wealth and burdened by decades of fiscal mismanagement. Lamont, 65, who once said he looks like a Republican and thinks like a Democrat, faces the challenge of delivering on a campaign that promised a blend…

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