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MUNICIPAL ELECTION 2021

2021/11/02 06:00:00

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Republicans back the blueTonight, we mourn the loss of a hero officer — a son, husband, and friend. Only 22 years old, Police Officer Jason Rivera was murdered in the line of duty. We vow to #NeverForget Jason as his fellow Finest vow to honor his tremendous legacy of service & the ultimate sacrifice. ... See MoreSee Less

Republicans back the blue

Ned Lamont sent a letter to legislative leaders Friday asking them to extend the public health and civil preparedness orders which would leave him with emergency powers headed into HIS reelection bid. Feb. 15 Freedom Day no-longer.

We need Danny to rein in Ned's Kingdom. We need your vote in the 144th this Tuesday Jan 25th to count for family & freedom.
ctnewsjunkie.com/2022/01/21/lamont-asks-for-extension-of-emergency/
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Ned Lamont sent a letter to legislative leaders Friday asking them to extend the public health and civil preparedness orders which would leave him with emergency powers headed into  HIS  reelection bid.  Feb. 15 Freedom Day no-longer. 

We need Danny to rein in Neds Kingdom. We need your vote in the 144th this Tuesday Jan 25th to count for family & freedom.
https://ctnewsjunkie.com/2022/01/21/lamont-asks-for-extension-of-emergency/

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Republicans win when we vote....

Good luck Danny! 🇺🇸

Kim Fiorello (opinion): CT housing ratio is impossible to have fairness without the ordinary citizens voices being heard in local planning decisions.

Kim NEEDS Danny Melchionne & so does Stamford.

Although DesegregateCT purports to be a coalition of neighbors and nonprofits in Connecticut, it is an arm of the Regional Planning Association Inc, a New York-based advocacy group for builders and architects.

Association Inc, a New York-based advocacy group for builders and architects. RPA currently has an ad out seeking to hire a director for DesegregateCT, who will be a full-time staff member of RPA with benefits, offering an annual salary up to $80,000. And RPA is hiring a Local Organizer at $20-22 per hour to report directly to the director. Indeed, DesegregateCT is "professionally" organized, well-funded, and on the move for their benefactors.

One substantial modification to 8-30g would be fix the baseline to 1990, when the law originally passed. A key failing of 8-30g is that with each major housing complex that’s built, the denominator of overall housing stock increases more rapidly than the numerator of “affordable” housing.

Our civil society is strongest when we have regular citizens who are actively involved and assertive of their rights. This year as in the past lobbyists and special interest groups will work to infringe on your property rights.

www.dannyforct.com/?fbclid=IwAR30WfrMZ762eAaE0QZOQ_4eCnoCftwcVmozsD8OgxFTjaHRhYsVSak4-0o
www.stamfordadvocate.com/opinion/article/Kim-Fiorello-opinion-CT-housing-ratio-almost-16793196.php
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Kim Fiorello (opinion): CT housing ratio is impossible to have fairness without the ordinary citizens voices being heard in local planning decisions.

Kim NEEDS Danny Melchionne & so does Stamford.

Although DesegregateCT purports to be a coalition of neighbors and nonprofits in Connecticut, it is an arm of the Regional Planning Association Inc, a New York-based advocacy group for builders and architects.

Association Inc, a New York-based advocacy group for builders and architects. RPA currently has an ad out seeking to hire a director for DesegregateCT, who will be a full-time staff member of RPA with benefits, offering an annual salary up to $80,000. And RPA is hiring a Local Organizer at $20-22 per hour to report directly to the director. Indeed, DesegregateCT is professionally organized, well-funded, and on the move for their benefactors.

One substantial modification to 8-30g would be fix the baseline to 1990, when the law originally passed. A key failing of 8-30g is that with each major housing complex that’s built, the denominator of overall housing stock increases more rapidly than the numerator of “affordable” housing. 

Our civil society is strongest when we have regular citizens who are actively involved and assertive of their rights. This year as in the past lobbyists and special interest groups will work to infringe on your property rights.

https://www.dannyforct.com/?fbclid=IwAR30WfrMZ762eAaE0QZOQ_4eCnoCftwcVmozsD8OgxFTjaHRhYsVSak4-0o
https://www.stamfordadvocate.com/opinion/article/Kim-Fiorello-opinion-CT-housing-ratio-almost-16793196.php

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Watch the video here....https://www.bobforgovernor.com/announcement

.............Lets get the vote this weekend For Danny so it doesn't come down to absentee ballots............https://www.dannyforct.com/?fbclid=IwAR0-gpWysQRhxi2EQ3hcJd9Pc3KisfVaWE9rSV28dBWu2zQRjnL3f20yUmQ ... See MoreSee Less

.............Lets get the vote this weekend For Danny so it doesnt come down to absentee ballots............https://www.dannyforct.com/?fbclid=IwAR0-gpWysQRhxi2EQ3hcJd9Pc3KisfVaWE9rSV28dBWu2zQRjnL3f20yUmQ

.............Lets get our the vote this weekend For Danny so it doesn't come down to absentee ballots............
www.dannyforct.com/?fbclid=IwAR2PUhu7UpnsNh7u-seWQ4aBj6e4uFnnHdjPUImCwB_DdAjFWpUDm5qD3mA
COVID cannot be used for absentee ballots in CT special elections...
As of Wednesday afternoon, Ruijter had sent out 398 absentee ballots, with 115 returned.
2020 presidential election, during which the secretary of the state sent absentee ballot applications to all registered voters, Stamford led the state, “We are getting hundreds of applications a day,” “We have never had this experience” Ruijter said.
www.stamfordadvocate.com/news/article/COVID-cannot-be-used-for-absentee-ballots-in-CT-16788745.php
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.............Lets get our the vote this weekend For Danny so it doesnt come down to absentee ballots............
https://www.dannyforct.com/?fbclid=IwAR2PUhu7UpnsNh7u-seWQ4aBj6e4uFnnHdjPUImCwB_DdAjFWpUDm5qD3mA
COVID cannot be used for absentee ballots in CT special elections...
 As of Wednesday afternoon, Ruijter had sent out 398 absentee ballots, with 115 returned.
2020 presidential election, during which the secretary of the state sent absentee ballot applications to all registered voters, Stamford led the state, “We are getting hundreds of applications a day,”  “We have never had this experience” Ruijter said.
https://www.stamfordadvocate.com/news/article/COVID-cannot-be-used-for-absentee-ballots-in-CT-16788745.php

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True Americans vote Red! Good luck Danny.🇺🇸

Anyone Who Doesn't Identify As Far-Left Is Now Labelled "Alt-Right...see what happens when your in the twitter echo chamber.

All the way!!!!! 2 votes here

Proud to have the support of Bobby V behind me in my run for office.
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Proud to have the support of Bobby V behind me in my run for office.
https://www.dannyforct.com/

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You were on Clifford Ave.! I saw ya walkin house to house! You have our vote!!! ❤️🇺🇸

Wonderful

Bobby!🇺🇸

Freedom Day.
Ned Lamont emergency authority set to expire on Feb. 15

ctnewsjunkie.com/2022/01/11/executive-powers-stalemate/
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Freedom Day.
Ned Lamont emergency authority set to expire on Feb. 15

https://ctnewsjunkie.com/2022/01/11/executive-powers-stalemate/

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He wants to make some executive orders law and keep the mask.

Remembering the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his Fight for Voting Rights
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Today we honor the incredible life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who dedicated his life to fighting for equality and justice.

Through his work and teachings, he raised our nation’s conscious to the possibilities that come with faith, hope and love. Today’s America suffers deeply from division and polarization. Our leadership is failing to unify us the way Dr. King did and we have forgotten his creed of living together as brothers and sisters.

Even worse is the fading memory of Dr. King’s admonition that we must “Judge one another based on the content of our character and not the color of our skin.”

May we on this day, as a nation, rediscover Dr. King’s teachings and reexamine our own actions.

One of Dr. King’s many contributions to our nation came on May 17th, 1957 when he reminded us of the power of the vote. Here are some key excerpts from that speech:

"Give us the ballot and we will no longer have to worry the federal government about our basic rights …

"Give us the ballot and we will no longer plead to the federal government for passage of an anti-lynching law …

"Give us the ballot and we will fill our legislative halls with men of good will…

"Give us the ballot and we will place judges on the benches of the South who will do justly and love mercy …

"Give us the ballot and we will quietly and nonviolently, without rancor or bitterness, implement the Supreme Court's decision of May 17, 1954."

The phrase “Give us the ballot’ is a powerful statement illustrating the impact of voting in our society and the importance of everyone voting.

Every citizen has the right to vote. No one has the right to interfere or diminish the exercise of this right. Our right to vote and our right to secure and fair elections are a sacred institution that must be defended and held up to the highest standards. Every voter must know their votes will count. Dr. King’s principles of equality and fairness resonate to this day, even if forgotten by some. I am grateful for these powerful lessons and I pray for the wisdom to follow these principles in the conduct of my life.

On this day of remembrance, I call on all of the good people that guide our elections to remember with awe what we have been entrusted to protect. The sacred right to vote deserves every bit of your rigor, attention to detail, and in some cases your fearless vigilance to defend our elections from malfeasance or poor execution in order to maximize feelings of pride and trust in the institution of elections. Accountability awaits those who seek to tilt the system for political gain or inject complexity and stir the clouds of partisan passion that ultimately diminish the trust of all voters.
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Remembering the Legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and his Fight for Voting Rights
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

Today we honor the incredible life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., who dedicated his life to fighting for equality and justice.

Through his work and teachings, he raised our nation’s conscious to the possibilities that come with faith, hope and love. Today’s America suffers deeply from division and polarization. Our leadership is failing to unify us the way Dr. King did and we have forgotten his creed of living together as brothers and sisters.

Even worse is the fading memory of Dr. King’s admonition that we must “Judge one another based on the content of our character and not the color of our skin.”

May we on this day, as a nation, rediscover Dr. King’s teachings and reexamine our own actions.

One of Dr. King’s many contributions to our nation came on May 17th, 1957 when he reminded us of the power of the vote. Here are some key excerpts from that speech:

Give us the ballot and we will no longer have to worry the federal government about our basic rights …

Give us the ballot and we will no longer plead to the federal government for passage of an anti-lynching law …

Give us the ballot and we will fill our legislative halls with men of good will…

Give us the ballot and we will place judges on the benches of the South who will do justly and love mercy …

Give us the ballot and we will quietly and nonviolently, without rancor or bitterness, implement the Supreme Courts decision of May 17, 1954.

The phrase “Give us the ballot’ is a powerful statement illustrating the impact of voting in our society and the importance of everyone voting.

Every citizen has the right to vote. No one has the right to interfere or diminish the exercise of this right. Our right to vote and our right to secure and fair elections are a sacred institution that must be defended and held up to the highest standards. Every voter must know their votes will count. Dr. King’s principles of equality and fairness resonate to this day, even if forgotten by some. I am grateful for these powerful lessons and I pray for the wisdom to follow these principles in the conduct of my life.

On this day of remembrance, I call on all of the good people that guide our elections to remember with awe what we have been entrusted to protect. The sacred right to vote deserves every bit of your rigor, attention to detail, and in some cases your fearless vigilance to defend our elections from malfeasance or poor execution in order to maximize feelings of pride and trust in the institution of elections. Accountability awaits those who seek to tilt the system for political gain or inject complexity and stir the clouds of partisan passion that ultimately diminish the trust of all voters.

January 10, 2022



CTGOP Launches Ad Campaign
v. Governor Ned Lamont

On Monday, January 10, 2022, the Connecticut Republican Party launched an ad highlighting the ‘leadership’ shown by Connecticut’s Governor, Ned Lamont, in his nearly-two years of unilateral authority - a power he chooses to wield even though he has the partisan backing of the president, the federal and the state delegations.
“This November is on track to be a real reckoning for Governor Lamont and his administration. He doesn’t listen and he refuses to learn while our state continues to suffer. Failed Covid policies and protocols have put the state in the throes of this Covid testing crisis,” said Connecticut Republican Party Chairman Ben Proto. “Connecticut Republicans are standing up for every citizen who has had enough of Lamont’s lack of leadership. This ad is the first in a series that will be taking his constant choosing of politics and profits over people head on.”
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Our mission is to create an organization and platform from which Republican candidates can draw vital resources to launch, grow, and sustain successful campaigns.

All Stamford Citizens

We will cement a positive, conservative social media and online presence that will educate our followers in fact and reality. We will solicit the opinions and concerns of our fellow Republicans, and of all Stamford citizens, by creating a portal through which information pertinent to preserving our American way of life can be shared.

Above all, we will recruit, support, and elect Republicans to city, state, and federal office.

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