MONDAY, 3/28/11 7PM-9PM
Please remember, we will have the usual Monday night meeting at SBC Brewery & Restaurant 7-9 pm. We will be going over various issues, people will be talking about their favorite subjects and we will be presenting some important information. Also, we will discuss progress and problems with Monique Thomas's campaign. Please help to get Monique elected as the 148th District State Representative! http://www.moforstamford.com%20/
TUESDAY, 3/29/11 6:50PM-10:00PMMEDIA RELEASE
March 24, 2011
‘CANDIDATES FOR CITIZENS’FORUM
Today, Citizens For Change announced a SECOND EVENT is added to CFC’s program next Tuesday, March 29th at the Government Center in Stamford.
At 8:10 p.m. CFC will convene a CANDIDATES FOR CITIZENS© Forum for the CT House District 148 Special Election. All five candidates have been invited to participate including: Daniel Fox (D), John Mallozzi (D),
Rolf Maurer (G), Charles Pia (R), and Monique Thomas (I). As of Noon today, four candidates have responded and confirmed participation.
At the CANDIDATES FOR CITIZENS© Forum, each participating candidate will have the opportunity to present a brief opening statement and a closing summary statement. Questions to candidates will include those from attendees on any topic or issue as well as moderator questions based on topics and issues discussed at the
CAUCUS FOR CITIZENS© conducted earlier in the evening.
Doors open to the 4th floor cafeteria meeting hall area at 6:30 pm.
The CAUCUS FOR CITIZENS© event will run 6:50 - 8:00 pm.
Doors reopen at 8:10 pm for the CANDIDATES FOR CITIZENS© Forum.
The CALL FOR CANDIDATES to enter the Forum hall and come forward is scheduled for 8:15 pm. The Forum will conclude by 10:00 pm.
Wed, 3/30/11 7:30PMMONIQUE THOMAS 'Meet And Greet'
3/30 - SEASIDE TAVERN
891 Cove Rd. @7:30 PM
Thurs, 3/31/11 7PMOn Thursday, March-31-2011 The Cove Neighborhood Association (CNA) and the Glenbrook Neighborhood Association (GNA) will be hosting a forum for all candidates.
Union Memorial Church
58 Church Street (park in Kirkham Street lot)
Mon 4/4/11 7PMDomus/East Side Partnership (ESP) forum April 4th.
Old Rogers School
93 Lockwood Rd
Gov. Malloy's "Job Killer" Budget Tour
Bring your questions, your friends, fellow taxpayers to this political dog and pony show. Other citizens have already explained to Gov. Malloy that it is crazy to raises taxes, by 1.5 billion dollars, or any amount, when the state is in the middle of a recession. Construction is way down, real estate is getting hollowed out - the private sector is hurting, and now Malloy wants to hurt it even more by taking more money from it in order to help the state government unions with more taxes and more debt. All this in what is already the most indebted state, per capita, in the whole nation.
Malloy has talked about "shared sacrifice" but he has shown nothing that is comparable from the state government. He needs lots of pressure.
March 28, Greenwich Town Hall 7PM / changed location To : Eastern Middle School Located at 51 Hendrie Ave, Greenwich Ct 06878
April 4, Norwalk Town Hall located on East Ave, right off I 95, park behind building, ample parking.
HIME'S CRIMES CONTINUE!
The ever so illustrious Jim Himes will be at the following locations to push his budget busting ideas. We need to be there and let him know he needs to spend less - a lot less.
Upcoming Budget Forums with Jim Himes
March 26, 2011
Westport Budget Forum at Westport Library
McManus Room, 20 Jesup Road, Westport
March 28, 2011 7:00 PM
Ridgefield Budget Forum at Ridgefield Community Center
Ballroom, 316 Main Street, Ridgefield
The Stamford RTC has several seats open on the committee, we need to help fill in some of these positions:
District 3, from Lockwood Ave. to Water St.,
District 5, from Greenwich Ave. to West Main St.
Should you know anyone in these districts who is interested in getting involved, please send them to me: Philip Balestriere. email@example.com 203-856-1709
We can put 2 committee members on each district and 4 associates on each district. The RTC is broken and need more fresh blood to help make big changes.
Also, we would like to establish a food or clothing drive for the needy. This will be discussed at the meeting to get some ideas on how to proceed. We think it's a good idea, especially with the economy the way it is.
Tea Party Patriots would like to thank Charlie Pia and Monique Thomas for attending our meeting last week. We appreciate their views.
Up coming Candidates
We have invited Daniel Fox (Democrat) and John Mollazzi (Democrat) to attend our meeting and get a sense on their views. We're still waiting for a confirmation. As tea party people, we must extend the opportunity to all candidates.
Voter FraudWe are still trying to recruit anyone that would like to join forces with Cort Wrotnowski in getting out the effort on voter fraud. We need to gear up for 2012 election by working with the local Bridgeport and New Haven tea party groups. We need to support their efforts.
April 15th is Tax day up in HartfordApril 15th is on a Friday. Please see if you can take the day off to attend this important event. We need to let Governor Dan Malloy know about what is wrong with his job killing tax proposal. Let's see if we can arrange car pooling ahead of time. Mo is getting a petition signed as she knocks on doors to present to the Governor, let's help her get as many signatures as possible and send the message that we don't want his tax hike proposal. It's amazing, they just don't get it.
Greenwich-Stamford TEA PARTY PATRIOTS
Mobilizing in support of meaningful economic reform that supports entrepreneurship, promotes individual responsibility, respects Constitutional integrity, and depends on American ingenuity over expansive governmental growth and spending.
Philip Balestriere and Cort Wrotnowski, all the best.