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MUNICIPAL ELECTION 2021

2021/11/02 06:00:00

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From The Desk Of The Chairman

Election: November 2, 2021

10/31/2021

Dear Stamfordite,

As Chairman of the Republican Party in Stamford, I write today to offer guidance in the upcoming City-Wide Municipal races. It’s more important than ever to elect people who will conduct Stamford’s business and not that of Hartford or any other authority.

Please consider any prior information distributed to be incomplete, and to use this last accounting of the ballot to cast your votes for our elected officials. Your support is needed now more than ever. Please vote Tuesday, November 2nd for the following candidates.
Sincerely,

Fritz Blau

Chairman

Stamford Republican Town Committee
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From The Desk Of The Chairman

Election: November 2, 2021

10/31/2021

Dear Stamfordite,

As Chairman of the Republican Party in Stamford, I write today to offer guidance in the upcoming City-Wide Municipal races. It’s more important than ever to elect people who will conduct Stamford’s business and not that of Hartford or any other authority.

Please consider any prior information distributed to be incomplete, and to use this last accounting of the ballot to cast your votes for our elected officials. Your support is needed now more than ever. Please vote Tuesday, November 2nd for the following candidates.
Sincerely,

 Fritz Blau

Chairman

Stamford Republican Town Committee

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Hamman and Gonzalez for BOE!! They truly stand for Parents. Direct School Experience Matters!! They are not politicians or lawyers!

Democraps will ALWAYS chest!

Fritz you ate still there. ???

We're in it "TOGETHER" Valentine for Stamford.

All of us have worked very hard over the last year and a half, attending rallies, writing emails, signing petitions etc all to keep our Heritage intact and prevent a radical group from trying to take away from us what we have had in Stamford for decades !!

They want to take the Columbus Statue down, rename Columbus Park and do away with Columbus Day. The active supporters of the other candidate were the ones who demonstrated in the park, marched through the downtown and had sit ins at Latham Park and I will tell you that on the day of our rally last July, one of the supporters of this candidate came up to me, looked right at me and said: "This statue is coming down!". They mean it and will do it !! We can't let them do that to us.

Bobby Valentine has told me that he will never let that happen.

I promised you that with your support, I will never let them take this statue down. You can help doing this by voting for Valentine on Tuesday and stopping the madness that seems to be creeping in to all parts of our government including our schools. It takes one hour, out of one day, out of four years for you to make a difference.

Vote for Valentine on Tuesday.

Dr Fusco
www.stamfordadvocate.com/local/article/Movement-grows-to-remove-Columbus-from-Stamford-15354703.php
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Were in it TOGETHER Valentine for Stamford.

All of us have worked very hard over the last year and a half, attending rallies, writing emails, signing petitions etc all to keep our Heritage intact and prevent a radical group from trying to take away from us what we have had in Stamford for decades !!
 
     They want to take the Columbus Statue down, rename Columbus Park and do away with Columbus Day. The active supporters of the other candidate were the ones who demonstrated in the park, marched through the downtown and had sit ins at Latham Park and I will tell you that on the day of our rally last July, one of the supporters of this candidate came up to me, looked right at me and said: This statue is coming down!.  They mean it and will do it !! We cant let them do that to us.
 
                Bobby Valentine has told me that he will never let that happen.
 
     I promised you that with your support, I will never let them take this statue down. You can help doing this by voting for Valentine on Tuesday and stopping the madness that seems to be creeping in to all parts of our government including our schools. It takes one hour, out of one day, out of four years for you to make a difference.
 
                                         Vote for Valentine on Tuesday.
 
                                                            Dr Fusco
https://www.stamfordadvocate.com/local/article/Movement-grows-to-remove-Columbus-from-Stamford-15354703.php

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I say to them- let’s focus on REAL issues instead of these grand and empty virtue-signaling gestures. Let’s educate our young, find ways to help lift them up to a better life outcome by teaching them how to become a success through choosing positive role models, education, hard work, setting goals and making good life choices.

Kamala Harris great grandparents had slaves!

Can you say bandwagon jumpers

We're in it "TOGETHER" Valentine for Stamford.
"I have a lifetime of experience to bring to the mayor's office'.

My grandparents came to Stamford in 1910, never fully learning to speak English. My father was a carpenter; my mother was an office worker.

My brother and I grew up in the working-class neighborhood of Waterside. He graduated from Wright Tech, and still works every day at the machine shop he owns on Southfield Avenue.

As a student and an athlete at Ryle Elementary, Cloonan Junior and Rippowam High schools, I developed lifelong friendships with people of diverse backgrounds in our community.

My appreciation for other cultures enhanced my abilities to build teams and manage people throughout my careers in professional baseball, broadcasting, small business, academia, and city government.

Much of my success in life can be attributed to the extraordinary compassion and intellect of family, friends and colleagues from Stamford who have always been by my side.

That’s why Stamford, wonderfully diverse, ever-changing, and full of possibility, will forever be my home!

It’s why I’m seeking to become the next mayor of Stamford.

I am running unaffiliated because of the damaging political party system that has hampered our progress. It’s why I have not attacked my opponent, even though she repeatedly smears my good name. Putting politics over people detracts from Stamford’s possibilities.

Growing up, my parents did not allow the word “hate” in our home. It has never been allowed in my personal or professional life, and is not part of my campaign. It saddens me that people supporting my opponent are employing hate to divide us.

I have a lifetime of experience to bring to the mayor’s office to benefit our community.

A mayor must be able to innovate and adapt to rapidly changing situations, an important skill I’ve honed over decades. I will use this skill to manage an already complex Stamford government, further complicated by the uncertainty of COVID-19.

A mayor must have strong management experience to deal with high-pressure situations. I managed professional baseball teams in three U.S. cities and in Japan, where I learned a new language and won a championship against all odds.

A mayor must understand small business, the backbone of our economy. I owned and operated restaurants in Stamford and other cities for almost 40 years. I still help lead a sports academy in Stamford that has instilled the values of teamwork and fair play in thousands of area youth.

A mayor must have experience negotiating union contracts. I took part in collective bargaining as a Major League Baseball players’ representative and as a manager, and will help Stamford navigate a challenging labor situation.

A mayor should have experience in Stamford government. I successfully served as the city’s director of public safety, health & welfare, keeping us safe and establishing emergency management protocols that are still used today.

Stamford needs new school buildings. I oversaw development of new facilities at Sacred Heart University, and attracted public and private capital to speed construction. Nobody will bring more funding to our city than me!

I am thrilled to have the endorsements from our teachers union and police union, and the support of thousands of Stamford residents, Democrat, Republican and unaffiliated.

Together we can overcome the obstructive practices created by an old political system that serves itself instead of the people.

I invite all my fellow Stamford residents to join me on a new path forward — no D’s, no R’s — all of us working together to make our beloved city the home we know it can be!

Bobby Valentine is the unaffiliated candidate for mayor of Stamford.

www.stamfordadvocate.com/opinion/article/Bobby-Valentine-opinion-I-have-a-lifetime-16573346.php
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Were in it TOGETHER Valentine for Stamford.
I have a lifetime of experience to bring to the mayors office.

My grandparents came to Stamford in 1910, never fully learning to speak English. My father was a carpenter; my mother was an office worker.

My brother and I grew up in the working-class neighborhood of Waterside. He graduated from Wright Tech, and still works every day at the machine shop he owns on Southfield Avenue.

As a student and an athlete at Ryle Elementary, Cloonan Junior and Rippowam High schools, I developed lifelong friendships with people of diverse backgrounds in our community.

My appreciation for other cultures enhanced my abilities to build teams and manage people throughout my careers in professional baseball, broadcasting, small business, academia, and city government.

Much of my success in life can be attributed to the extraordinary compassion and intellect of family, friends and colleagues from Stamford who have always been by my side.

That’s why Stamford, wonderfully diverse, ever-changing, and full of possibility, will forever be my home!

It’s why I’m seeking to become the next mayor of Stamford.

I am running unaffiliated because of the damaging political party system that has hampered our progress. It’s why I have not attacked my opponent, even though she repeatedly smears my good name. Putting politics over people detracts from Stamford’s possibilities.

Growing up, my parents did not allow the word “hate” in our home. It has never been allowed in my personal or professional life, and is not part of my campaign. It saddens me that people supporting my opponent are employing hate to divide us.

I have a lifetime of experience to bring to the mayor’s office to benefit our community.

A mayor must be able to innovate and adapt to rapidly changing situations, an important skill I’ve honed over decades. I will use this skill to manage an already complex Stamford government, further complicated by the uncertainty of COVID-19.

A mayor must have strong management experience to deal with high-pressure situations. I managed professional baseball teams in three U.S. cities and in Japan, where I learned a new language and won a championship against all odds.

A mayor must understand small business, the backbone of our economy. I owned and operated restaurants in Stamford and other cities for almost 40 years. I still help lead a sports academy in Stamford that has instilled the values of teamwork and fair play in thousands of area youth.

A mayor must have experience negotiating union contracts. I took part in collective bargaining as a Major League Baseball players’ representative and as a manager, and will help Stamford navigate a challenging labor situation.

A mayor should have experience in Stamford government. I successfully served as the city’s director of public safety, health & welfare, keeping us safe and establishing emergency management protocols that are still used today.

Stamford needs new school buildings. I oversaw development of new facilities at Sacred Heart University, and attracted public and private capital to speed construction. Nobody will bring more funding to our city than me!

I am thrilled to have the endorsements from our teachers union and police union, and the support of thousands of Stamford residents, Democrat, Republican and unaffiliated.

Together we can overcome the obstructive practices created by an old political system that serves itself instead of the people.

I invite all my fellow Stamford residents to join me on a new path forward — no D’s, no R’s — all of us working together to make our beloved city the home we know it can be!

Bobby Valentine is the unaffiliated candidate for mayor of Stamford.

https://www.stamfordadvocate.com/opinion/article/Bobby-Valentine-opinion-I-have-a-lifetime-16573346.php

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Willy20: One thing that amazes me with Progressive Democrats, like Carolnine Simmons, is how they try to relate to demographics they would never associate with outside a political environment. It takes life experience in relating to a person working two jobs simply to survive. It takes life experience to understand those living in crime filled neighborhoods. It takes life experience to understand the real reason why children fall behind in school. Most Progressives, including Simmons, have no clue about any of this because they lived sheltered lives in lofty neighborhoods. Some, like Simmons, even go as far to assume that people in these situation simply need government assistance, when in fact they simply want to live a life of dignity. A candidate that lacks the life experience of the community it seeks to serve will never fully understand the community, no matter how hard they may try. Only someone that has lived the experience can comprehend the everyday struggles of those they serve. Valentine has lived it. Simmons has not. Whether it be opportunistic Progressive politicians living in safe neighborhoods or Board members of anti-poverty non-profits bringing in money for themselves at the expense of the poor, one thing is true: the real survivors are those that have lived the life of struggles, the life of not knowing, and the life of wanting that which seems distant. Growing up in Greenwich in a million dollar mansion is simply not that.One thing that amazes me with Progressive Democrats, like Carolnine Simmons, is how they try to relate to demographics they would never associate with outside a political environment. It takes life experience in relating to a person working two jobs simply to survive. It takes life experience to understand those living in crime filled neighborhoods. It takes life experience to understand the real reason why children fall behind in school. Most Progressives, including Simmons, have no clue about any of this because they lived sheltered lives in lofty neighborhoods. Some, like Simmons, even go as far to assume that people in these situation simply need government assistance, when in fact they simply want to live a life of dignity. A candidate that lacks the life experience of the community it seeks to serve will never fully understand the community, no matter how hard they may try. Only someone that has lived the experience can comprehend the everyday struggles of those they serve. Valentine has lived it. Simmons has not. Whether it be opportunistic Progressive politicians living in safe neighborhoods or Board members of anti-poverty non-profits bringing in money for themselves at the expense of the poor, one thing is true: the real survivors are those that have lived the life of struggles, the life of not knowing, and the life of wanting that which seems distant. Growing up in Greenwich in a million dollar mansion is simply not that.

A little late to the party? Did you even try to get him to run on the republican ticket? Interesting!?!?

We stand with you Bobby

maggie: The reasons Valentine gives for running for Mayor of Stamford is exactly why the People of Stamford will elect Him as Their next Leader !!!

I agree. For Simmons Growing up in Greenwich in a million dollar mansion, having the luxury and financial ability to attend Harvard, then the the luxury of being able to spend years acquiring a masters in Middle East Studies carrying no financial burden at any time during her life, she does not understand what it means to not be able to fill up your car with gas or get all your needed groceries as a middle class citizen. Bobby earned, throughout his life experiences and work, his success. growing up in the Waterside in a blue collar neighborhood,he saw the struggles, parents who worked 2 and 3 jobs to keep food on the table . Simmons had her family pick up her bills every step of the way. Has she ever had to only fill up her car with gas halfway because too expensive to top off the tank? Well perhaps the hired help do that including getting the groceries. She is the epitome of “Privilege”

I’m with Bobby!

Bobby all the way and let’s remember there is BOE race as well. Becky Hamman and Joe Gonzalez team to fill seats . They will hold the BOE accountable and push back on critical race theory.

Posting from Neighborhood. I didn’t know about this so I am sharing . VERY IMPORTANT for all STAMFORD RESIDENTS Mayoral Election. SIMMONS is proud of her record “You can count on Caroline to consistently vote the party line even if it is not in our best interests. Our Zoning Board is now entertaining Omnibus Regulations which you had no input into. For starters, they will break down the protections provided by zoning, creating greater density in our low-density residential neighborhoods and permitting dense multifamily housing in areas surrounded by single-family housing - all enabled by state legislation supported and voted for by Carolyn. Familiarize yourself with the zoning Omnibus regulations, Z B application # 221-20, and Carolyn’s voting record in the legislature, HB6107. Our officials should be working for us not against our best interests and not pursuing an alternative agenda. There are other initiatives that are just as egregious. On Nov. 2 vote no to Carolyn, vote yes for Bobby Valentine

Bobby we love you and are proud of everything you have done and the heart you poured into your campaign… the people you reached- none of that can be taken away despite last nights outcome. Simmon’s true agenda will be clear very soon and I do hope EACH ONE of us who supported Bobby and the Republican / petitioning candidates will be there every step of the way to cross check what she is up to and to call her out on ANYTHING not in the best interest of ALL of us Stamfordites.

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We're in it together.

If the Grant list goes up faster than the Budget the mill rate goes down. If the Budget goes up faster than the Grant list the mill rate goes up.
We pay our Stamford taxes based on the mill rate and you can see how it turned out.
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If the Grant list goes up faster than the Budget the mill rate goes down. If the Budget goes up faster than the Grant list the mill rate goes up.
We pay our Stamford taxes based on the mill rate and you can see how it turned out.

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Bobby Valentine Stands Against Tax Increases ​ Bobby Valentine is calling for the implementation of Zero-Based Budgeting in the City of Stamford. In the last 8 years, property taxes for many Stamford residents have risen 20%, with the average homeowner now paying $10,000 per year. ​ “My opponent in this election voted in 2019 to raise taxes by $2 billion, or nearly $700 per family. If she's our next mayor, this kind of tax-and-spend thinking will continue....and we can't afford it,” said Valentine. “As an unaffiliated candidate, I am not committed to political spending priorities, and will carefully safeguard Stamford's financial health.” Bobby has managed large and complex organizations since 1980, when he started a multi-state restaurant business. He was also the managing director of the Chiba Lotte Marines baseball franchise in Japan, and was Executive Director of Athletics at Sacred Heart University. ​ “I strongly believe that budgets should start at zero each year, and will ask all City department heads to justify costs and focus on eliminating waste,” said Valentine. ​Bobby Valentine is a Stamford native and former professional baseball player who spent 25 years managing championship teams. He has a distinguished record of building and leading organizations. He opened his first small business in Stamford in 1980, igniting a transformation of Stamford’s downtown. He is a former Director of Public Safety, Health & Welfare in Stamford. ​

We're in it together.
The way to take back Connecticut "STARTS" in Stamford.

Please support your local candidates! We are trying to raise $15,000 (and are 50% there!) for a great slate of candidates: Mary Fedeli, Michael Tedder, Bradley Michelson Bewkes, David Watkins, Gary Palomba, Charles Florio, David Wilburn, Tom Dougherty,
Maria Larrea & Lynda Roscia.
We'll use the funds for palm cards, signs, and mailers!
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Were in it together.
The way to take back Connecticut STARTS in Stamford.

Please support your local candidates!  We are trying to raise $15,000 (and are 50% there!) for a great slate of candidates: Mary Fedeli, Michael Tedder, Bradley Michelson Bewkes, David Watkins, Gary Palomba, Charles Florio, David Wilburn, Tom Dougherty, 
Maria Larrea & Lynda Roscia.
Well use the funds for palm cards, signs, and mailers! 
https://secure.anedot.com/084a61ec-f138-4338-bd0f-898b6f6cf860/leadersforall

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We're in it "TOGETHER" Valentine for Stamford.

Stamford's soon-to-be $81.7M, 928-spot commuter garage project gets an official debut even thought were paying we are paying $90K per parking spot when the national average tops out at around $30K per space.
The entire Stamford Mall was just sold for $20.1M and has 4,000 parking spaces (reality check on public vs private costs). Would be cheaper to buy the Mall and just use the parking garage with shuttle service to the train station only a few blocks away.
www.stamfordadvocate.com/local/article/Stamford-s-soon-to-be-81-7M-928-spot-commuter-16563215.php
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Were in it TOGETHER Valentine for Stamford.

Stamfords soon-to-be $81.7M, 928-spot commuter garage project gets an official debut even thought were paying we are paying $90K per parking spot when the national average tops out at around $30K per space.
The entire Stamford Mall was just sold for $20.1M and has 4,000 parking spaces (reality check on public vs private costs). Would be cheaper to buy the Mall and just use the parking garage with shuttle service to the train station only a few blocks away.
https://www.stamfordadvocate.com/local/article/Stamford-s-soon-to-be-81-7M-928-spot-commuter-16563215.php

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I can't say I am surprised we are paying $90K per space when the national average tops out at around $30K per space.

The private sector financial benefits, always Trump the public sector. The simplicity of spending other people's money!

Typical democrap (il)logic-it's easier to tax & spend than it is to plan a budget. Most politicians never worked a day in their life, so they have no concept where the funds are really coming from. This kind of waste has been going on forever and will continue as long as the low-lifes and the disillusioned keep voting for these LIARS.

That’s the leadership we need!

Can you say over budget waste taxpayers dollars

What a joke this picture is specially everybody in it

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We're in it "TOGETHER" Valentine for Stamford.

Over the course of ten years, Connecticut drivers have paid $268 million in fees related to emissions and clean air, but instead of actually funding emission reduction measures the money was swept into the General Fund and the Special Transportation Fund,

Over the course of ten years, Connecticut drivers have paid $268 million in fees related to emissions and clean air, but instead of actually funding emission reduction measures the money was swept into the General Fund and the Special Transportation Fund.
yankeeinstitute.org/2021/10/25/connecticut-drivers-have-paid-hundreds-of-millions-in-clean-air-an...
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Were in it TOGETHER Valentine for Stamford.

Over the course of ten years, Connecticut drivers have paid $268 million in fees related to emissions and clean air, but instead of actually funding emission reduction measures the money was swept into the General Fund and the Special Transportation Fund,

Over the course of ten years, Connecticut drivers have paid $268 million in fees related to emissions and clean air, but instead of actually funding emission reduction measures the money was swept into the General Fund and the Special Transportation Fund.
https://yankeeinstitute.org/2021/10/25/connecticut-drivers-have-paid-hundreds-of-millions-in-clean-air-and-emissions-fees-where-did-they-go/

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Being "swept into the general fund , does not necessarily mean it made its way to the transportation fund. Dan Malloy gave Republicans and Democrats a secret code. If it is not deposited into the transportation fund , guess what? You can spend it on anything you want. What will Republicans do to stop this BS?

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I want a bumper sticker. 😃💪🏻

We're in it "TOGETHER" Valentine for Stamford.Caroline and I signed this agreement prepared by Rabbi Daniel Cohen, and I am deeply disappointed that Caroline has not acted in good faith to keep her promise. She even failed to follow the simplest point, #5 on the list, that asked us to prominently display the signed document.

Since launching my campaign to be your next mayor over 5 months ago, I'm proud that my team has run a positive, issues-based campaign to engage with all voters in our community.

Rather than highlight Caroline's strengths, her paid consultants have chosen to devote 95% of their energy to distorting the truth about me. Her campaign has conducted numerous text and phone polls that have sought to mislead the public.

If I'm elected on November 2, I promise to manage our city for the benefit of all our constituents. I've led teams my entire life, and you can trust me to bring us together. I will serve with honesty and integrity.

#oneofusforallofus #unaffiliated #bobbyv4stamford #stamfordct
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She is totally unqualified and has not told the truth about her voting record. You have my vote and support Bobby

Dems have nothing left except negative ads.

We're in it "TOGETHER" Valentine for Stamford.

Accountability & Fairness in Stamford Property Tax Assessments

Stamford, CT -- Like all Stamford homeowners, Bobby Valentine has been concerned about rising property taxes in a period of declining home values.
While Bobby has continued to pay City of Stamford property tax assessed on his home, he exercised his right to appeal the assessment in 2020.
​Hundreds of Stamford residents have successfully navigated the appeals process, but thousands are unaware or without the resources to do so.
As mayor, Bobby Valentine will bring accountability to tax assessments, and make it easier for residents who wish to appeal.
​Bobby will also make it a priority to resolve the lack of financial support from Hartford. Despite the best efforts of our State Representatives and Senators, Stamford receives significantly less than other cities with similar demographics, unjustly impacting our property owners.
​The State of Connecticut awarded approximately $15 million in Education Cost Sharing grants to Stamford in the most recent year, almost the same it provided to the town of Killingly. Yet, Stamford has as many students as Killingly has residents. The system is broken, and the politicians are making it worse.
​In addition to the growing burden of property tax, the City of Stamford assesses relatively high Motor Vehicle taxes. In 2021, Bobby Valentine was assessed $935 on his vehicle.
​Bobby’s opponent in the mayoral election stopped paying her Motor Vehicle taxes to the City of Stamford in 2019, according to City records. She continues to pay property tax on both homes that her family owns on Lakeview Drive.
Bobby Valentine is a graduate of the Stamford Public School system and has a distinguished record of building and leading organizations. He opened his first small business in Stamford in 1980, igniting a transformation of Stamford’s downtown. He is a former Director of Public Safety, Health & Welfare in Stamford.
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Were in it TOGETHER Valentine for Stamford. 

Accountability & Fairness in Stamford Property Tax Assessments 

Stamford, CT -- Like all Stamford homeowners, Bobby Valentine has been concerned about rising property taxes in a period of declining home values. 
While Bobby has continued to pay City of Stamford property tax assessed on his home, he exercised his right to appeal the assessment in 2020. 
​Hundreds of Stamford residents have successfully navigated the appeals process, but thousands are unaware or without the resources to do so. 
As mayor, Bobby Valentine will bring accountability to tax assessments, and make it easier for residents who wish to appeal. 
​Bobby will also make it a priority to resolve the lack of financial support from Hartford. Despite the best efforts of our State Representatives and Senators, Stamford receives significantly less than other cities with similar demographics, unjustly impacting our property owners. 
​The State of Connecticut awarded approximately $15 million in Education Cost Sharing grants to Stamford in the most recent year, almost the same it provided to the town of Killingly. Yet, Stamford has as many students as Killingly has residents. The system is broken, and the politicians are making it worse. 
​In addition to the growing burden of property tax, the City of Stamford assesses relatively high Motor Vehicle taxes. In 2021, Bobby Valentine was assessed $935 on his vehicle. 
​Bobby’s opponent in the mayoral election stopped paying her Motor Vehicle taxes to the City of Stamford in 2019, according to City records. She continues to pay property tax on both homes that her family owns on Lakeview Drive. 
Bobby Valentine is a graduate of the Stamford Public School system and has a distinguished record of building and leading organizations. He opened his first small business in Stamford in 1980, igniting a transformation of Stamford’s downtown. He is a former Director of Public Safety, Health & Welfare in Stamford.

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We stand with you Bobby! You have our support! Our city has been decimated by the elite wealthy liberals to the point where Stamford’s middle class is being forced to move elsewhere. Bobby, you can help get taxes under control and Make the schools safe again.

This is ridiculous. We need someone from Stanford to fight for us!!! Bobby Valentine is the one and only choice!!!

Bobbi was my old neighbor. there is a meet and greet in Norwalk for like minded Conservatives all are welcome. I endorse Bobbi.

Valentine now wasting tax payer dollars even though his property was assessed $200k lower than what he bought it 20 years ago. Tried to hide it because he didn't want anyone to find out. www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5TgqsY1apM

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