Rep. Jim Himes on the Democratic FISA memo

Rep. Jim Himes on the Democratic FISA memo Went on Fox & Friends this morning to discuss the Democratic memo and set the record straight on what information was given to, and needed by, the FISA judges in this matter. I think it’s important to reach out to everyone, regardless of party affiliation, to ensure that facts and truth win the day. Source

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MARCH FOR GUN REFORM Saturday, March 3rd at 11am. Meeting at Saint Paul’s Church on the Green, 60 East Avenue, Norwalk and proceeding down to Norwalk City Hall, 125 East Avenue Source

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Carole Young-Kleinfeld to Leave Registrar’s Post in April

Carole Young-Kleinfeld, who has served as Wilton’s Democratic Registrar of Voters for almost a decade, announced this week that she will resign the position in April. Young-Kleinfeld will be replaced by deputy registrar Karen Birck. Since 2009 Young-Kleinfeld has, with her Republican counterparts former registrar Tina Gardner and current registrar Annalisa Stravato, administered all elections for the Wilton community, hiring and supervising elections officials and maintaining Wilton’s registration data base.…

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Four state hopefuls visit Democrats in Wilton

From the Wilton Bulletin: The Wilton Democratic Town Committee welcomed four candidates for state government at its meeting on Tuesday evening, Feb. 6: Jonathan Harris and Ned Lamont, both seeking the Democratic nomination for governor, attorney general hopeful Chris Mattei, and Arunan Arulampalam, who is running for the Democratic nomination for state treasurer. Jonathan Harris Harris, who spoke first, is an attorney. He is the former mayor of West Hartford,…

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Forum: Democrats consider state-wide candidates

Read the full article with video on Nancy on Norwalk:  NORWALK, Conn. – Stump speeches came to Norwalk on Monday, as Democratic state-wide candidates made their cases to the Democratic Town Committee. Seven gubernatorial candidates, two candidates for treasurer, five candidates for attorney general and two secretary of state candidates spoke for five minutes each, then answering questions and touching on topics such as marijuana, mass incarceration, tolls and the…

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