About the NDTC

The Norwalk Democratic Town Committee (NDTC) is the central, citywide Democratic body for Norwalk, CT. It is composed of 55 members, 11 from each of the five Districts. Registered Democrats elect NDTC members to two-year terms. The Town Committee meets monthly. Meetings are open to all Democrats, though only members may vote. From its membership, the Town Committee elects a Chair, Vice Chair, Treasurer, Recording Secretary, and Corresponding Secretary.

To learn more about how the NDTC is governed, click here to view our rules.

What Norwalk Democrats Do

Local Democrats nominate candidates for city, state and national office, support election campaigns, follow public issues throughout the year, and speak out for fairness, openness, and good sense in government policy and legislation.

Norwalk Democrats pitch in for dozens of tasks such as:

  • Advertising
  • Organizing public meetings
  • Registering new voters
  • Helping candidates campaign
  • Running phone banks
  • Getting voters to the polls
  • Preparing voter mailings
  • Staffing party headquarters
  • Working at the polls