Party faithful call for support for GOP ticket in Greenwich (by Ken Borsuk, CT Insider)

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State Rep. Fred Camillo, R-Greenwich, speaks about his campaign for First Selectman at the Greenwich Republican Town Committee annual clambake at Greenwich Point Park’s Clambake Area in Old Greenwich on Sunday Local GOP elected officials and candidates gathered to drum up support for the party in preparation for the upcoming election on Nov.

Selectman candidate Lauren Rabin speaks at the Greenwich Republican Town Committee annual clambake at Greenwich Point Park’s Clambake Area in Old Greenwich, Conn. Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019. Local GOP elected officials and candidates gathered to drum up support for the party in preparation for the upcoming election on Nov. 5.

 

Tax Collector candidate Heather Smeriglio speaks at the Greenwich Republican Town Committee annual clambake at Greenwich Point Park’s Clambake Area in Old Greenwich, Conn. Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019. Local GOP elected officials and candidates gathered to drum up support for the party in preparation for the upcoming election on Nov. 5.

Incumbent Town Clerk Carmella Budkins speaks at the Greenwich Republican Town Committee annual clambake at Greenwich Point Park’s Clambake Area in Old Greenwich, Conn. Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019. Local GOP elected officials and candidates gathered to drum up support for the party in preparation for the upcoming election on Nov. 5.

Board of Education candidate Joe Kelly speaks at the Greenwich Republican Town Committee annual clambake at Greenwich Point Park’s Clambake Area in Old Greenwich, Conn. Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019. Local GOP elected officials and candidates gathered to drum up support for the party in preparation for the upcoming election on Nov. 5.

Board of Estimate & Taxation incumbent Mike Maon speaks at the Greenwich Republican Town Committee annual clambake at Greenwich Point Park’s Clambake Area in Old Greenwich, Conn. Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019. Local GOP elected officials and candidates gathered to drum up support for the party in preparation for the upcoming election on Nov. 5.

Board of Estimate & Taxation incumbent Leslie Tarkington chats at the Greenwich Republican Town Committee annual clambake at Greenwich Point Park’s Clambake Area in Old Greenwich, Conn. Sunday, Sept. 22, 2019. Local GOP elected officials and candidates gathered to drum up support for the party in preparation for the upcoming election on Nov.

GREENWICH — For generations, Republicans have dominated Greenwich’s municipal elections, and they have enjoyed a lock on the majority of the Board of Selectmen since 2003.

The GOP is looking to continue that streak as state Rep. Fred Camillo and Lauren Rabin seek seats on the Board of Selectmen on Election Day on Nov. 5. Electing them and the rest of the Republican ticket was the focus of the annual Republican Town Committee and Cos Cob Republican Club Clambake held Sunday at Greenwich Point.

“I think people are very frustrated with the election results from last year, particularly the direction that our state is going in,” Greenwich RTC Chair Richard DiPreta told the crowd. “This year in the municipal election, people can speak out and directly impact the direction our town is going in.”

 

by Ken Borsuk 

https://www.ctinsider.com/local/greenwichtime/article/Greenwich-BET-erupts-in-anger-but-forms-14464030.php

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