League of Women Voters of Greenwich

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League of Women Voters Welcomes Harvard Business School Professor for Constitutional Case Discussion

Greenwich High School’s Social Studies Department has partnered with the League to offer this program.
Karen Boyea, Social Studies Learning Facilitator at the high school, said, “I am excited for members of the Greenwich community to be able to experience class with Professor Moss.” Continue Reading →

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Selectmen Debate: Tesei and Litvack Scuffle over Greenwich’s Economic Development

Topics included the controversial re-branding campaign for Greenwich, diminished presence of hedge funds, expansion of Westchester airport, lack of affordable housing and the scourge of developers using loopholes intended to incentivize affordable housing to create monstrosities, and the lousy Grass Island Dog Park. Continue Reading →

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Greenwich Republican Candidates Differentiate Themselves at Crowded BET Primary Debate

In a 90-minute debate candidates shared ideas for funding capital projects, finding efficiencies, watching head counts, and controlling pension and health care costs. There was also talk of running schools in a period of declining enrollment and running a “private, money-losing nursing home.” Continue Reading →

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At Cole Auditorium, Panel to Discuss A New Way to Elect the President

The panel will include panel Hendrick Hertzberg, New Yorker political essayist; Pam Wilmot, Common Cause MA; Luther Weeks of CTVotersCount and historian Mark Albertson. Sponsored by The League of Women Voters of Greenwich and National Popular Vote CT. Continue Reading →

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Election Matters: the State of Voting in 2016 Screening and Panel Discussion at the Greenwich Library

Does the Constitution guarantee the right to vote? Are voting laws too restrictive, suppressing the vote in some communities? Are protections against voter fraud strong enough to maintain integrity in our elections? A public forum entitled, “Election Matters: the State of Voting in 2016,” is set for Sept. 20 at Greenwich Library. Continue Reading →

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