ARE YOU A PEOPLE PERSON?

We need your help with canvassing for this election season. Volunteers will be walking with candidates door to door introducing themselves and accepting feedback from the public on the issues that matter to Easton residents. Sound interesting? To learn more, email Pat Camuto at eastondems@gmail.com, or sign up and try it for a day.

Are you a registered Democrat?

Join Us

Many hands make for better outcomes.

You Can Help...

Building Community

We need your voice, your energy, and your engagement.  

Easton’s Democratic Town Committee is calling upon each of our neighbors to do your part in neutralizing the toxic rhetoric that today poisons our communities and undermines our institutions. We could use your help with the following activities.

Support High Impact Issues

We are working hard to make a positive impact on legislation in these areas:

  • Responsible Town Planning
  • Preservation of Open Space
  • Limiting the Burden on Tax Payers
  • Improving Public Schools
  • Enhancing Community Service

If you are already registered to vote as a Democrat and would like to participate more actively in the political life of the Easton community, please print out the DTC VolunteerForm.pdf.  Please select your areas of interest and send to the Easton Democratic Town Committee, P.O. Box 32, Easton, CT 06612, or email Pat Camuto at pcamuto@gmail.com.

Donations

Even if you are too busy to volunteer, providing a donation to the Easton DTC  is another way you can still contribute and make a difference.  We’ve made easy to donate.  Simply click on the below link. You will go to our donation platform where you can complete you tax-deductible donation.  Any amount helps.  Personal contributions may also be made by completing and mailing the following form to: Easton Democratic Town Committee, Post Office Box 32, Easton, CT. 06612.  Easton DTC Contribution Form.

We accept all major credit cards as well as personal checks. 

"It doesn't matter how strong your opinions are. If you don't use your power for positive change, you are, indeed, part of the problem."