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Blankley Gets Enough Signatures to Appear on August 17th Ballot for State Senator, 36th District

“It is now clear there is wide support for securing our rights, and to promote fiscal security for our towns and our State, and to have a very experienced businessperson who knows our state helping to lead the way.” – John Blankley, Independent Candidate for State Senate, 36th district Continue Reading →

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UPDATE: Shakeup Among Elected Officials in Greenwich Continues with Announcement from Longtime Town Clerk Carmella Budkins

UPDATE: Gov. Ned Lamont has scheduled a special election for the 36th District Senate seat, which was vacated by Alex Kasser who resigned last month. The election will take place on Tuesday, August 17. On the second week of shakeups in local government, longtime Town Clerk, Republican Carmella Budkins, announced she will not run for another term. After 30 years, Ms Budkins said in a statement that it had been an honor to service the residents of Greenwich. Town Clerk Carmella Budkins in her office at Greenwich Town Hall. Continue Reading →

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SEEC Launches Investigation into Allegations of Misuse of State Election Financing by State Rep Harry Arora

“The expenses mentioned in the complaint are all for legitimate payments made to other entities including Google, USPS etc. through a family-owned entity that did not retain any of the funds. To the extent this needs to be clarified in the fillings, our campaign Treasurer will work with the SEEC to do so.” – Harry Arora Continue Reading →

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Wolfram: Local Republican Candidate Similarities to Trump Neither “Silly” nor a “Distraction”

“The ‘big broad’ issues, which Messrs. Medina and Quigley seek to dismiss as ‘merely national’, inform our elected officials’ approach to every issue, no matter how local.” – Richard Wolfram, Old Greenwich Continue Reading →

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Greenwich RTC Food Truck Fetes First Responders

On Wednesday at Greenwich’s public safety complex on Bruce Place the Greenwich Republican Town Committee (RTC) sprung for a visit from the Joey B’s food truck in a gesture of gratitude to first responders following Tropical Storm Isaias. Continue Reading →

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