To vote in the Democratic Primary you must be an enrolled Democrat.
To vote in the Republican Primary you must be an enrolled Republican.
It is possible to request an absentee ballot. Continue Reading →
The keynote speaker for the event will be Kevin R. Convey of Quinnipiac University’s Department of Journalism. The title of his talk is “Crisis in the Media and the Future of the Fourth Estate.” Continue Reading →
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 →
A BOE forum has been cancelled because three candidates of five have withdawn. The Democratic candidates for First Selectman, BET and Tax Collector are holding their own Democrats-only forum on November 1. Continue Reading →
Listing 3 issues facing Greenwich today, District 8’s von Keyserling wrote, “provision of public debate without the fanatical bullying and character assassination of pubic volunteers in the media.” Continue Reading →
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 →
The forum will be held at Round Hill Community House at 397 Round Hill Rd. The schedule is: 6:30pm refreshments followed by the forum from 7:00pm to 8:30pm. Continue Reading →
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 →
Mark your calendars because the League of Women Voters of Greenwich have scheduled three debates, starting right after the Labor Day holiday. Continue Reading →
The primary election will be held on September 12, 2017. The League strongly supports providing voters with a choice in electing candidates to this important board. Continue Reading →