With the November 2 election approaching, you might be wondering where candidates stand on the issues. The non-partisan League of Women Voters has created a website where you can see candidates’ answers to their questions, as well as check your voter registration or request an absentee ballot. Visit vote411.org to learn more!
The League of Women Voters will also be holding two televised debates. Meet the Town Council Candidates will be held Wednesday, October 27 and Meet the Board of Education Candidates on October 28, both starting at 6:00 p.m. The public is welcome to attend at Town Hall, or watch on WGTV and streaming here.