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Challenges lie ahead in state government

On Jan. 4, the 2017 legislative session, began debating issues in Hartford that are of immense importance to our communities, our families and ourselves. Of these, the most important is to set a budget for fiscal years ’18 and ’19 that will balance core government services with fiscal prudence. With the historic Republican gains in…

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Endorsement from The Darien Times

I am deeply honored to receive an endorsement for re-election from the Darien Times. I am most appreciative of their recognition of the work I do on behalf of constituents and in standing up for what is right for this district. I am most proud of this quote “she will not let her voice, and…

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Your “No Excuses” Voting Cheat Sheet for 141st District

Terrie Wood - Darien Voting Map

Don’t know where to go on Election Day? We’ve got you covered. Below is a plan and map of the Darien voting districts (sorry District 3, you can’t vote for me). District 1 – 35 Leroy Avenue Municipal Building (the old Darien Library) District 2 – Town Hall 2 Renshaw Road District 3 – Noroton…

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It’s Time to Be Smart About Education in Connecticut

Terrie Wood is Smart About Education in Connecticut

A good education is fundamental to virtually everything we do in our lives. So, it is critical we provide this for all students in Connecticut. As such, it continues to be one of the most important issues for me as your state representative. All children, regardless of school district or ability, deserve a first-rate education…

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An Inside Look at Our Local Police Departments

Last month I had the opportunity to do a “ride along” with Darien Police Officer Leslie Silva learning more about the police department and our local community along the way. During our ride around town, I was able to gain an in-depth and personal look at how our local police departments operate, and therefore gain a…

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