DEBATE FOR POLICE COMMISSION CANDIDATES:
The League of Women Voters® of Weston, Connecticut, presents a debate
for four candidates competing for election to three positions on the Town's
Board of Police Commissioners.
Held October 19, 2019, at the Weston Public Library, Weston, Connecticut.
[Note: For best viewing quality click the gear-shaped icon that will appear
near the lower right corner of the video window when the video starts to play,
and under "Quality" select "1080p" if it isn't already selected (assuming
you have a reasonably high speed Internet connection). And for even better
viewing quality, after doing that click the square icon that is nearby at the lower
right corner to play the video full screen].
"STATE OF THE TOWN" - BOARD OF SELECTMEN
The following video on "The State of the Town" is presented by
The League of Women Voters® of Weston, Connecticut.
It features a distinguished panel comprised of the members of Weston's
Board of Selectmen, who are running unopposed in the 2019 election.
This event was recorded on October 5, 2019, at the Weston Public Library,
[Note: For best
viewing quality click the gear-shaped icon that will appear
lower right corner of the video window when the video starts to play,
and under "Quality" select "1080p" if it isn't already selected
(assuming you have a reasonably high speed Internet connection).
if you wish, click the square icon that is nearby at the lower right
to play the video full screen].
I N K T O L W V O
F W E S T O N ' S F I R S T E
V E R " V I R T U A L " V O T E R S
' G U I D E
Weston Board of Police Commissioners DEBATE held Saturday, October 19th;
Weston Board of Selectmen presented "The State of the Town" October 5th
Earlier in the election cycle, League presented our photos of candidates and questions to each board and commission on the Voter Services pages.
ELECTION DAY NOVEMBER
Weston LWV 2019 Voters’
Voters Guide was compiled by the Weston League of Women Voters
("WestonLWV"). Candidates for the Nov. 5 municipal election
were asked to answer a general question, and to
brief biography. The WestonLWV is a non-partisan
volunteer organization, which encourages active and informed
citizens in government, seeks to increase understanding of public policy
and influences public policy through education and advocacy.
The Weston League
sponsors public forums at which voters may see and hear candidates discuss the
issues; holds open meetings such as “Speak Up” (each year since 1992, generally
on the first Saturday in February), where the people ask government officials whatever
they may want to discuss; and studies and takes action on issues on which the
membership has developed a position by consensus of the membership.
does not support or oppose any political party or candidate.
The Weston League
publishes informative brochures for Westonites, in particular the “Know Your
Town Directory.” It is available online, or in print at the Library or at Weston Town Hall, and is
updated after local elections.
may become a league member.
here to join the LWV of Weston, CT. and/or
Click here to make a
tax-deductable donation to LWV Ed Fund
not a spectator sport” - a League byword.
Don’t forget to vote on Election Day, November 5, 2019, from 6 a.m. to 8
p.m. at the Weston Middle School Gym.
MORE ON WESTONLWV MONTH OF OCTOBER VOTER SERVICES REPORT:
- Including photographs taken by LWV Observer Corps or obtained from public sources of all of the candidates;
- WestonLWV official description of board/commission responsibilities, length of terms;
- THE QUESTION (S) ASKED OF ALL CANDIDATES - ANSWERS COMING ONLINE OCTOBER 20.
HERE IS THE ABSENTEE BALLOT...WE HAVE WRITTEN "DO NOT USE AS A BALLOT"
CLICK TO ENLARGE - PLEASE REMEMBER THE BALLOT HAS TWO SIDES!
"Hot links" to their contributed information regarding background and
skills; official response to LWV "question (s)" related to why they are running and what they hope to accomplish.
For your information - and background :
LIST OF OFFICES AND CANDIDATES, NOVEMBER 5, 2019
THE OFFICIAL LISTS OF CANDIDATES FOR OFFICE AS SUBMITTED BY PARTY
LOCAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 5, 2019: Link to official State election calendar: