The Wilton League of Women Voters reminds everyone that Tuesday, September 24th is National Voter Registration Day. It is a day to celebrate our democracy, opportunities, and rights. Many Americans find themselves unable to vote because they miss a registration deadline, fail to update registration, or are unsure how to register to vote. Voting is a prized civic duty. For any voter registration information, to check on voter registration status, or to register to vote go to: https://portal.ct.gov/SOTS/Election-Services/Voter-Information/Voter-Registration-Information
The League of Women Voters, a non-partisan political organization welcomes all and does not support or oppose any political party, candidate for elective office, or office holder. The League of Women Voters encourages informed active participation of citizens in government, and works to increase the understanding of major public policy issues through education and advocacy. For future calendar events sponsored by the Wilton League of Women Voters and/or for membership information, check the League website at https://wiltonlwv.org.
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To print out a reservation form, please click here. For more in depth biographical information on our speakers, please click on their names: Andy Mais, Commissioner, Connecticut Insurance Department and Gerard O'Sullivan, Director, Consumer Affairs, CT Insurance Department.
Wilton LWV and the Wilton Library Welcome
CT Mirror State Budget Reporter Keith Phaneuf
CONNECTICUT’S FISCAL CHALLENGES
Decades in the Making: A Look Back… A Look Forward
Thursday, April 4, 2019 @ 7 pm
Connecticut Mirror State Budget Reporter Keith Phaneuf provides a sobering, yet entertaining, speech about Connecticut’s profound budget challenges:
- Describes the challenges
- Reviews how we got here
- Outlines our options going forward
Keith will speak for 30 – 40 minutes and then take questions from the audience.
Award-winning reporter Phaneuf has been The Connecticut Mirror’s State Budget Reporter since 2010. In this role he analyzes and reports on all aspects of state government finances, including the budget development process, pension funding, income tax equity, waste in government, and the impact of the state’s budgeting and financial policy decisions. He was the State Capitol Bureau Chief for The Journal Inquirer of Manchester, a reporter for The New London Day and a contributing writer to The New York Times. Keith is a graduate of and a former journalism instructor at the University of Connecticut. Co-sponsored by the Wilton Library and the Wilton League of Women Voters. Registration strongly encouraged.
Registration is encouraged online through the Wilton Library Association or by calling 203-762-6334.
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