Groton Democrats seek candidates for local office
Groton Democrats said they are seeking candidates for local office, including Town Council, Board of Education and Representative Town Meeting, as well as numerous boards and commissions.
"Want to get involved and represent Groton and build a better community for all of us?" the news release from the Groton Democratic Town Committee states. "No experience necessary, just an interest and commitment to consider all sides and make good decisions."
More information is available by contacting the chairman, Conrad F. Heede, at (860) 800-4784 or email@example.com.
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