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Observers Clash with Ballot Counters; Recount of Close Greenwich BOE Vote Still a Cliffhanger

The Democratic Registrar of Voters read aloud a paragraph from the Recanvass Procedure Manual to “observers” during the recount about intimidating the moderator “who shall make the final decision regarding the intent of the voter.” Continue Reading →

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Democratic Candidate for Greenwich First Selectman, Bill Kelly: What I’d Do on Day One

Bill Kelly said his decision to run for First Selectman was partly inspired by the ceiling collapse at North Mianus School last February, resulting in students being relocated to a former private school campus in Stamford.
“My granddaughter attends North Mianus School,” Kelly said. Continue Reading →

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BERNSTEIN: Help Break the Cycle of Negativity – Vote Mercanti-Anthony and Kittle for the BOE

“Voters need to be aware of wolves in sheep’s clothing. Both Megan Galletta, the other Republican candidate, and Kara Philbin, the possible write-in candidate, have declined to answer whether they are affiliated with the local freedom fighters who claim they are patriots but are instead part of a misinformation campaign.” – Peter Bernstein, BOE chair Continue Reading →

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BET Debate Highlights Difference in Philosophies as Parties Vie for Coveted Tie-Breaking Vote

Though all nominees will be seated after Nov 2, the result of the election is that the party whose candidates garner the most votes in total gets to choose the BET’s chair, and that person holds the tie breaking vote. Continue Reading →

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