“Had Hillary’s team not gotten giddy over the polling data, they would have seen what the numbers were really showing – most critically, how their own campaign message was corroding the data they were basing their strategy on – they drank their own Kool-Aid.” – Marc Abrams, Greenwich resident and former member of the RTM, candidate for State Assembly and co-president of the Greenwich Reform Synagogue Continue Reading →
The presidential election of 2016 was marked by high voter turnout in Greenwich. By 7:41 pm, 29,943 voters voted out of 37,190 eligible voters in Greenwich had voted.
• That represents a turnout of 80.29% Continue Reading →
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Twenty years ago Shelly Cryer, working on a project for the respected DC-based nonprofit, Population Reference Bureau, taped an interview with Hillary Clinton. Here are her reflections on that 30-minute interview. Continue Reading →