Dec 17, 2014 at 05:24 PM
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Pass the Amendment, Start the Conversation 
 In November, voters will vote 
on this ballot question to 
amend the state constitution:
Shall the Constitution of the State be 
amended to remove restrictions 
concerning absentee ballots and to 
permit a person to vote without 
appearing at a polling place on the day 
of an election?
The Wilton LWV joins CTLWV urging voters to VOTE YES on the state Constitutional Amendment.  Click here for an informative powerpoint presentation on the proposed amendment. 

In other news . . .
Jim Himes and Dan Debicella discuss a wide range of issues at the 4th Congressional District Debate in Wilton on Sunday, October 19. Our thanks to Kay Maxwell for moderating so beautifully.  Thank you to everyone who made this a great debate!  Click here for the CT post article.
U.S. Senator Chris Murphy speaks at our Opening Lunch
on Thursday, October 2, at the Rolling Hills Country Club in Wilton
Thank you to everyone who lunched with the League!
One way to describe vision of our present economy and world politics – the glass is half empty, or in Senator Murphy’s opinion, half full!

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Thank you to the Wilton Library for partnering with us to present this series. We also offer gratitude to Louise Herot for organizing this amazing series of thought-provoking films and discussions on behalf of the Wilton LWV.  To see the list of REEL MONDAYS movies presented over the past years click here
Photo: Wilton League of Women Voters
 Amy Harris, Carole Kleinfeld-Young join
LWVCT President Cheryl Dunson, &  Dr. Tara T. Troy
at the 44th International Symposium at Sacred Heart University.

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high school voter registration  
Photo: Voter registration drive at Wilton High School.
     Wilton League of Women voters using the 93rd birthday
of the 19th Amendment to highlight voter outreach.  
                        Photo Credit: Young-Kleinfeld 
How do you depict the suffrage movement with  
a Lady Gaga influence???? 
 Click below to see.......                                                                                               P
hoto: League with cast of The Capitol Steps 

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...promotes understanding of local, state, and national public policy through education and advocacy.
We study current topics and reach member agreement before taking a position on any issue; we take action on our positions by lobbying, testifying, and writing-in order to influence public policy; and we never support or oppose specific candidates for elected office.


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P.O. Box 71

Wilton CT 06897



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