WILTON’S MUNICIPAL DEBATES ARE AROUND THE CORNER!

Tuesday 10/24 at 7p: Board of Education

Thursday 10/26 at 7p: Board of Finance, followed by Board of Selectmen

at Wilton Library in the Brubeck Room

 

CALL FOR CONSTITUENT QUESTIONS

Let our candidates know what issues are on your mind.

Submit your questions to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Important guidelines for submitting questions:

· anonymous emails will not be accepted

· only one question can be submitted per email

· all questions must be applicable to all candidates and pertinent to local issues; questions targeted at one specific candidate will not be accepted

 

All questions will be screened for legibility and duplication, and may be combined with other questions or condensed.

 

We will be accepting questions submitted in advance up to 12p of the day of each debate. We will also collect questions written on index cards from audience members during each of the debates. Due to the limited available time, we cannot guarantee that every submitted question will be presented.

 

The debates are open to all, but as space is limited please register through the Library link here .

On September 20, 2023, the Connecticut News Service ran a story higlighting voting advocacy groups' call on Governor Ned Lamont to ensure the state's election infrastructure is ready for the 2024 presidential election.  These groups include both the ACLU and the League of Women Voters.

Click here to read the transcript or click here to listen to the story.

Please join the LWV Greenwich and the Greenwich Library as they present a discussion on foreign policy with Dr. Evelyn Farkas, Executive Director of the McCain Institute.  Dr. Farkas is one of the nation's premier voices on American foreign policy and geopolitics and a trusted expert on U.S.-Russia relations.

Dr. Farkas will discuss the conflict in Ukraine as well as broader geopolitical and regional implications.  Following her presentation, Dr. Farkas will be interviewed by Carol Giacomo, a former diplomatic correspondent for Reuters in Washington who covered foreign policy for the international wire service for more than two decades before joining The New York Times editorial board in 2007.

A moderated Q&A will follow.

To faciliate event logistics, including event check-in, participant registration information will be shared with event co-hosts.  The event will be recorded and may be broadcast on television and available online.  By attending in person, you understand and approve that your likeness may be shown.

Please click here for more details and to register.