PARTY CHAIRS: DEMOCRATS&REPUBLICANS
LOCAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 5, 2019: Follow deadlines for all parts of the process here.
HOW WILL PEOPLE FIND OUT ABOUT WHO IS RUNNING FOR WHAT OFFICE AND WHY? ELSEWHERE?
PUBLIC NOTICE AND/OR ANNOUNCEMENT OF CAUCUS:
What will be the issues?
- For the Board of Selectmen
- For P&Z, Z.B.A.
- For the Board of Education
- For the Finance Board
- For the Police Commission
How many seats on how many boards or commissions will be on the ballot - and contested?
- We think this will be an education in itself just figuring out the answers...
- Byzantine process - too complicated for anyone but the LWV to figure out.
- LWV will have to make a report on this for widespread distribution. How about a video for the internet explaining stuff?
Not that we have this in Weston, but how does process for Minority Party nominations and certification work?
Also from the Secretary of the State's calendar:
SEN. MOORE TO CHALLENGE INCUMBENT MAYOR OF BRIDGEPORT?
Senator Marilyn Moore of Bridgeport at a rally in favor of campaign finance reform. Some years ago at Weston Center.
OPEN GOVERNMENT IS ALWAYS AN ISSUE, AT ANY LEVEL. BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU.
We note that there are several things that might make this November 5, 2019 election in Weston tough to call:
- Whether or not traditional Party enrollment stats make it impossible for the Minority Party to successfully challenge;
- Which in the days when Minority status was reversed, led to no challenges for control of the Board of Selectmen, 1987-1999;
- And lastly, we wonder if the electorate is so
confused that the graphic above actually will materialize. Will
anyone vote at all?