Decisions made at the local level have a profound impact on the quality of life in Greenwich. Plan now to be informed about the issues and the candidates for local public office.
The following is a list of candidate debates.
If you missed the League of Women Voters Selectmen debate on Oct 12, here is our write up.
Selectmen Candidates Talk Priorities for Greenwich during LWV Debate
The next debate for Selectmen candidates is on October 26:
– Round Hill Association: Selectmen candidates debate on Oct 26 from 7:00pm to 8:30pm.
Registration information will be added when it becomes available.
It will be a hybrid presentation model, with the in person portion held in the Town Hall meeting room.
The candidates will be in-person along with a reduced size audience in-person. The rest of the attendees will watch virtually.
– The LWV Board of Education candidate debate (co-hosts are PTA Council and Greenwich Alliance for Education)
Tuesday, October 19, from 7:00 pm to 8:30pm.
Zoom login information will be emailed to the candidates and all event registrants the morning of
Audience questions: submit with registration by Friday, Oct 15.
Moderator is Carol Reimers, past LWV CT president
RSVP for the Zoom event.
– Board of Education Candidates:
Republican – Megan Galletta; Cody Kittle; Michael-Joseph Mercanti-Anthony
Democrat – Laura Kostin and Kathleen Stowe
Note: LWV President: BOE Debate Will Not Include Write-in Candidate
For information on the candidates, their bios and responses to LWV Greenwich questions please refer to the LWV Greenwich 2021 Voter’s Guide.
The BOE consists of eight members for four-year staggered terms. In each election, a voter may vote for up to four candidates and those receiving the highest number of vote are elected, but no more than two from each party will be seated.
– The LWV Board of Estimate and Taxation (BET) candidate debate
Wednesday, October 27, 2021 at 7:00pm.
RSVP for the Zoom event.
Democratic Party Candidate Slate:
Incumbents: Laura Erickson, Miriam Kreuzer, Leslie Moriarty, Jeffrey Ramer, David Weisbrod
Candidate: Steve Selbst
Republican Pary Candidate Slate:
Incumbents: Bill Drake, Karen Fassuliotis, Leslie Tarkington
Candidates: Nisha Arora, Mike Basham, Dan Ozizmir
All Democratic and Republican candidates and incumbents will debate from 7:00pm to 8:30pm.
The moderator will be Kay Maxwell, a past president of the National and the Connecticut League of Women Voters.
Audience questions should be submitted with registration by October 20.
Zoom login information will be emailed to all event registrants the morning of October 27.
Voter Registration Deadlines: October 26, 8:00 pm. Limited registration until November 1 available only to those For those seeking to vote in election whose qualification as to age, citizenship or residence was attained since October 26th. Town Registrar’s Office. Hours: 8:00am – 5:00pm.
Election Day, Nov 2, 2021. Polling stations will be open from 6:00am to 8:00pm.
Absentee Ballots available for anyone with COVID concern began on October 1, 2021.
The Governor’s Executive Order under COVID still stands, allowing every citizen to vote either at the polls on November 2 or by absentee ballot.
Applications for an absentee ballot can be picked up at the Town Clerk’s office, or by calling the Clerk (203-622-7897), or by emailing the clerk ([email protected]), or downloaded from the Town website.
Click here for form to download: www.greenwichct.gov.
More from LWV:
VIDEOS OF RECENT LWV GREENWICH CANDIDATE DEBATES
VIDEO OF BOARD OF ESTIMATE & TAXATION VOTING EXPLAINED
Important Voter Information Visit LWV Register! & Candidate Information
Friday, October 1 Absentee Ballots Available
Wednesday, October 27 Voter Registration Deadline
Tuesday, November 2 Election Day Polls Open 6:00am to 8:00pm Absentee Ballots Deadline 8pm