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Guilford Democrats plan caucus

To all the voters of Guilford: If you are interested in “doing something” about the upcoming primary and general elections, you are invited and encouraged to participate in Guilford’s Democratic Caucus, on Thursday, Sept. 26 from 7 to 8:30 p.m., at Broad Brook Community Center, 3940 Guilford Center Rd.

On the agenda: Discussion of the Vermont Democratic platform and its importance to Guilford; caucus to establish Guilford’s new Democratic committee (all town voters can be committee members); election of town committee officers; election of delegates to the Windham County Democratic Committee; and initiation of the committee’s planning for the 2020 election.

Cookies and coffee will be served.

With the 2020 election approaching, we need your perspectives and participation to support our Democratic candidates and to get out the vote in town.

To become a registered voter in Guilford, visit Town Clerk Penny Marine in the town office (236 School Rd.). For more information, please call me at 802-254-9472.

Andy Burrows
Guilford

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Originally published in The Commons issue #528 (Wednesday, September 18, 2019). This story appeared on page D3.

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