Vote for any four candidates for Board of Education. It is not necessary to vote for two from each party. Continue Reading →
On Friday at Greenwich High School about 800 students filled the performing arts center for a debate among the four selectmen candidates.
The forum was co-sponsored by the Greenwich League of Women Voters and We The People, which is coached by social studies teacher Aaron Hull. Continue Reading →
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“Voters do determine which majority party will control BET decision making. Of the 12 candidates on the ballot, voters may choose any 6. The party receiving the most total votes becomes the majority party, which then elects the Chairman, Vice Chairman, and often, the Secretary. The Chairman receives a second, tie-breaking vote in most decisions.” – Sandy Waters, President, Greenwich League of Women Voters Continue Reading →