Welcome to the Danbury Democratic Town Committee

Image result for Flag of the City of DanburyThe Danbury Democratic Party is committed to selecting qualified citizens who are committed to serving our community who will work hard to earn your votes for the benefit of the Danbury community and all of its residents.

We will work to establish a government that speaks directly and honestly to its constituents. Specifically a government that respects the Charter of the City of Danbury and the principal that government, its policies and actions should be honest, transparent, and work for the benefit of all residents of the city.

We believe in the fundamental position that all residents should be able to trust their government and be able to actively participate without fear of retribution or coercion.

As a party, we pledge to promote equality under the law and respect for all persons regardless of gender, race, disability, ethnic or national origin, or sexual orientation. We will strive to uphold individual dignity and to recognize the value of diversity while working to preserve and promote the sense of community that unites us all in our day-to-day struggles and successes. We will work to heal divisions in our community and believe that government works best when all the people of Danbury are brought together.

We support fair and balanced budgets and tax policy that is fair to all our residents especially senior citizens and veterans.

 

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3 thoughts on “Welcome to the Danbury Democratic Town Committee

    Anna Marie Iannotta said:
    February 11, 2020 at 8:21 am

    I would like to express support for Roberto Alves’ stance regarding the Danbury bond and his insistence on transparency. It’s about time!!

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    Elliot Semel said:
    October 12, 2020 at 12:46 pm

    How do I donate directly to Kenneth Gucker’s campaign (and also Julie Kushner’s). I can’t find any info on line.

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      Henry Hall responded:
      October 12, 2020 at 12:55 pm

      Elliot,

      Both Ken and Julie opted for the Citizen’s Election Program. They have already raised the required money.
      Since they have qualified and received their grants from the State, by law they cannot accept any additional contributions.
      Anything they receive now must be turned over to the State (goes straight into the Citizen’s Election Program fund).

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