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DTC Chairman Frank Farricker oversees the ballot counting for the party's BET nominations.  - Ken Borsuk photo

Goldrick, Huffman voted off BET as Democrats name candidates for the fall

It will be a new face for the Democrats on the Board of Estimate and Taxation after the party chose not to renominate incumbents Randall Huffman and Sean Goldrick. Incumbents Mary Lee Kiernan, Jeffrey
Drew Marzullo. File photo.

Marzullo will run for reelection to Greenwich Board of Selectmen

You can add Selectman Drew Marzullo to the list of Greenwich office holders who will be running for reelection after he announced his intention to seek a fourth term on Friday. Marzullo, the Board of

Tesei to announce reelection bid tonight

It’s been an open secret for months and tonight it will become official. First Selectman Peter Tesei is going to throw his hat in the ring for a new term. Tesei, first selectman since 2007, will run

Proposal to increase school board size sent to Board of Selectmen

The resolution to increase the size of the Board of Education took a detour Monday night and is now headed toward the Board of Selectmen. The Representative Town Meeting’s Legislative and Rules

Greenwich BET candidates slate continues to take shape

You can add Democrat John Blankley’s name to the list of Board of Estimate and Taxation members running for reelection. Blankley said on Tuesday he will run for a second two-year term on the town

Bocchino says remarks at sexual assault bill hearing taken out of context, offers apology

State Rep. Mike Bocchino (R-150th) says controversial comments he made at a hearing on a bill aimed at stopping college campus rapes are being taken out of context. Bocchino, who voted for the bill,

Abrams officially ends campaign for 149th District

A week after a lawsuit accusing state representative candidate Marc Abrams of sexual harassment surfaced, the backcountry Democrat has officially pulled the plug on his campaign for the 149th

Abrams speaks on dropping out of 149th District race

Greenwich Democrat Marc Abrams, who announced this morning that he would  suspend his campaign for state representative of the 149th District, has released a statement explaining his decision. Details
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House Speaker urges Greenwich candidate Abrams to stand down amid harassment suit

Update (5:55 p.m.) Despite Abrams’ commitment to stay in the race for the 149th District, the Greenwich Democrat and former hedge fund manager may not be welcome in Hartford even if manages to win.
Categories: Greenwich, politics

Camillo announces business, law enforcement endorsements for 151st

State Rep. Fred Camillo, the Greenwich Republican incumbent in the 151st District running unopposed for his fourth term in Hartford, has announced a new round of endorsements from state law
Categories: General, politics