On the ballot this November, in the “Selectmen” column, please vote for either John Kiker or Kristina White for Selectman. (Voters cannot vote for both.) Then vote the rest of Row “A” to elect the rest of the Democratic slate.
Please vote for either Kristina White or John Kiker for Selectman. By law, the Lyme Democratic Town Committee can run only one candidate for Selectman. We want to see both John and Kristina who currently serve on the Board of Selectmen returned to the Board of Selectmen in November. As […]
Let’s elect John Kiker to the Library Board of Directors, which plays a critical role in the governance and operations of the Lyme Public Library. The members of this board set and maintain policies that govern the library’s programs and operations, and promote the mission of the library within the […]
Let’s elect Gavin Lodge as our representative on the Region 18 Board of Education (BOE), which plays a critical role in the governance and operations of our local schools. The members of this board set and maintain school policies, and support a healthy school district culture for work and learning. […]
Tuesday, September 19, is National Voter Registration Day. The Lyme Democratic Town Committee (LDTC) encourages all Lyme residents who are not already registered to vote in local, state and national elections to do so today, and to make plans to vote in the November 7 municipal election. Residents can register […]
The Lyme Democratic Town Committee (DTC) announced today that, at a local Democratic caucus held Monday night, a slate of nine Democratic candidates was nominated and endorsed by the committee to run in the November 7 municipal elections. The committee also announced that it would be actively encouraging Kristina White’s […]
To enrolled members of the Democratic Party of the Town of Lyme, Connecticut. Pursuant to the Rules of the Democratic Party and State election laws, you are hereby notified that a caucus will be held on: July 24, 2023, at 7:30 p.m., at Lyme Town Hall, 480 Hamburg Road, CT […]
The Spring 2023 issue of “Lyme Matters” is now available, featuring articles on changing land use in Lyme, affordable housing, open space, short-term rental regulations, agricultural regulations and more. To read or download the newsletter, click here.
The results of today’s state elections for the Town of Lyme can be viewed or downloaded from the Town website here. The voting results for the proposed early-voting constitutional amendment can be viewed or downloaded from the Town website here. The voting results for the local school referendum are still being tallied […]
Hundreds of registered voters in Lyme will be receiving the “Lyme Election News” newsletter in their mailboxes this week, encouraging them to be voters on Nov. 8 and support the excellent slate of Democratic candidates running in the midterm elections. To read the newsletter online, go here.