2022 Granby Democratic Town Committee Caucus

As required by law and the state party, all registered democrats in the Town of Granby are invited to participate in a caucus to elect members of the Democratic Town Committee. This year, the caucus will be held on January 9, 2022 at 4:00pm at the Granby Senior Center at 15 N. Granby Road in Town Center. We are not permitted under current rules to hold the caucus virtually, therefore if you plan on attending we highly recommend masking and social distancing. If you have any questions or if you are interested in serving on the Granby Democratic Town Committee, please contact us at granbydemocrats@gmail.com.

Board and Committee Vacancies

From time to time, vacancies on town boards and committees become available. We are currently in the process of filling expected vacancies on the Economic Development Commission and the Zoning Board of Appeals. If you have an interest in either of these positions or possible future positions, contact the DTC through our email: granbydemocrats@gmail.com. Vacancies will be posted on the Facebook page and the DTC website.

Connecting Our Community: Our people, our farms, our schools, our businesses

The Democratic candidates for our Town Boards have taken every opportunity to listen and talk with Granby voters. We want you to know who we are and how we intend to govern. You can find our responses in the Granby Drummer, the League of Women Voters election guide, and we created videos through the Enfield Public Access channel. We hosted events across Granby to talk with you and discuss issues that impact our town and our daily lives. Please use these links to look at those resources and learn more about our candidates. 

Granby Democrats have a vision for a brighter future that strengthens our family farms and small businesses, protects our open spaces, and is responsible with our tax dollars. We encourage you to reach out to us with specific questions or if you would like more information. We urge you to Vote Row A on Tuesday!

Follow this link to see the video created through the Enfield Public Access Channel.

Follow this link to view answers provided directly from candidates to questions posed by the non-partisan League of Women Voters.