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  • 25 May 2021 12:51 PM | Pat Nastri (Administrator)

    ATTENTION! Join us on June 5th at 1pm for the Save Our Pool rally! Wallingford’s Community Pool is closed PERMANENTLY unless we can put enough pressure on the mayor to put the renovation project back out to bid, and that is exactly what this rally is intended to do.

    We will be gathering outside across the street from the pool, so please spread the word. There will be designated speakers to highlight the importance of our Community Pool, as well as arts and crafts materials for children to make their own “Save Our Pool” signs and chalk drawings. I hope to see you there

  • 22 May 2021 10:19 AM | Pat Nastri (Administrator)
    Dear Neighbor,

    Anyone living in Connecticut can now  save on the cost of insulin by accessing an ID card through the State of Connecticut Drug Discount Program, regardless of insurance status or health care provider.
    Connecticut residents can create a personalized discount card online through the program to obtain certain forms of Novo Nordisk insulin at 50 % less than the retail cost.
    Create a Personalized Discount Card Here
    To receive the discounted prices, residents must simply present their card when purchasing their insulin medication. Discounted medications available through the program include:
    • Novolin R 10ml vial ($25)
    • Novolin N 10ml vial ($25)
    • Novolin 70/30 10ml vial ($25)
    • NovoLog® 10ml vial ($120)
    • NovoLog® PenFill Cartridge - 5x3ml ($180)
    The discount cards will be accepted at all participating Connecticut network pharmacies.

    As always, please feel free to reach my office by email at and be sure to “LIKE” my official Facebook page for updates.


    Mary Mushinsky
    State Representative

  • 4 May 2021 1:25 PM | Pat Nastri (Administrator)

    Thursday, May 20, 2 pm ET /11 am PT

    Voter turnout in the 2020 elections broke records - the most votes ever cast and the highest percentage of eligible voters turning out in over a century. This is great for democracy, communities, and representation, and a trend we need to keep up in 2021 and beyond. Important elections are happening across the country and across the calendar this year and while these mostly local elections will have huge impacts on government and services, turnout has historically been low: in 2017 in Ohio, less than a third of registered voters participated in the election. Texas saw 12% turnout in 2019. With the pandemic still looming as more Americans receive vaccines and after a contentious 2020 battle, what will 2021 turnout look like?


    Join us on Thursday, May 20, at 2 pm ET/11 am PT for our webinar "The Benefits of Voting in Local Elections" as we cover WHY this is the right year and right time for your organization to engage voters. We'll give you tips, techniques, and messaging strategies to find, engage, and entice voters to turn out for local races. Nonprofits and communities stand to gain huge benefits if they are fully represented in local elections and every vote counts.

    All RSVPs will receive a recording and slides from the webinar the following week.


    Please help us spread the word by using the social media samples below!

    Leading up to the webinar:

    Is your organization looking for tips on how to ensure voters turn out for local races? If so RSVP to @npvote's May 20 Webinar 'Benefits of Voting in Local Elections' to get the answers you need! RSVP TODAY:

    Day Of Webinar:

    It's not too late! You can still sign up for @npvote's "Benefits of Voting in Local Elections'' Webinar TODAY at 2pmET. Sign up using this link:

  • 29 Apr 2021 10:44 AM | Pat Nastri (Administrator)

    As we mark the first 100 days of the Biden Administration this week and prepare for President Biden’s joint address to Congress, it’s time to think about what comes next.

    Republicans are working tirelessly right now to end our Democratic House and Senate majorities — winning in next year’s elections will require early investments in the next generation of political activists, organizers, and leaders.

    I’m excited to announce that my campaign is recruiting fellows for Democracy Summer, a project of Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin focused on training college and high school-aged students as organizers and volunteer activists in Democratic political campaigns.

    Please read on for more information about Democracy Summer, then click here to find my campaign’s application form.

    Fellows in this virtual program will learn from political leaders like House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Senator Elizabeth Warren, and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez along with activists, Democratic policy experts, and top political and community organizers across the country.

    From Monday, June 21st to Friday, July 31st this summer, fellows will receive an intensive practical training in the key skills of Democratic campaigning including:

    • Electoral strategy
    • Field organizing
    • Door-to-door canvassing
    • Phone banking
    • Text banking
    • Policy development
    • Campaign messaging
    • Social media and digital strategy
    • Rally and online organizing
    • Event planning
    • Scheduling
    • Campaign management

    All activities will take place virtually on a Monday-Thursday week primarily between the hours of 10 a.m.- 6 p.m. ET, with occasional weekend and evening events.

    My campaign is offering a $500 stipend to all Fellows for their organizing work — if you know of a young person who would be a good fit for this program, please click here for the application form.


    If you don’t know anyone who would be interested in participating in this program, you can support this important work by sponsoring a 2021 Democracy Summer fellow.

    Will you chip in $10 now to sponsor a fellow? Your donation will enable more young people to get involved in the political process and is a direct investment in the future success of Democratic candidates and campaigns across the country:


    Thank you for supporting Democracy Summer!

    — Rosa

  • 28 Mar 2021 2:07 PM | Pat Nastri (Administrator)

    Clean A Road on April 24th, 2021.

    Supplies (bags, vests or gloves) available at town hall until Friday, April 23rd at Town Hall, 40 So. Main St, Room 311 9am to 5pm (Please Call ahead at 203-294-2060)

    After the cleanup, call 203-294-2060 to say where bags were left, including street name and Electric Pole number.  

  • 17 Mar 2021 7:18 PM | Pat Nastri (Administrator)

    Spring into Trivia - with a fun family-friendly trivia event that will also support a great cause, Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven!
    Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven is hosting another exciting Trivia Challenge for you and up to 3 of your friends/family members (teams do NOT have to be in the same location - you will be set up in a breakout room just for your team).
    Entry Fee is $60 per team which gets you 4 Trivia Rounds with 10 questions per Round. Sign up on our website, or
    Image Thursday, March 18, 2021 at 7 PM
    Image Literacy Volunteers of Greater New Haven

  • 21 Feb 2021 3:34 PM | Pat Nastri (Administrator)


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