Beth Krumeich

Human Resources Committee, Law Committee, Assessor/Tax Collector Liaison, Nathaniel Witherell Liaison

Member of the Law Committee and member of the HR and Nathaniel Witherell Committees. Beth is a Democratic State Central Committeewoman, former Vice Chair of the GDTC. An attorney, Beth served as an in-house corporate counsel, and past president of the Greenwich League of Women Voters and Co-President of North Street PTA.

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Tomorrow, Wednesday, January 5th, the Greenwich Democratic Town Committee (GDTC) will elect all 100 members for the next two-year term at neighborhood caucuses. Every registered Democrat is welcome to attend, to nominate, to vote, and most importantly, to stand for election to the Committee. Join us and make your voice heard!

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Greenwich Democratic Town Committee

to Select Delegates to the State Democratic Convention

 

On March 23rd at 7:30 pm in the Town Hall Meeting Room (at 101 Field Point Road), the Greenwich Democratic Town Committee will select delegates to the state Democratic convention, which will take place in Hartford on May 6 and 7. At that convention the delegates will endorse Democratic candidates for statewide offices (Governor, Attorney General, etc.) as well as the U.S. Senate seat held by Senator Blumenthal. We have not yet been advised of how many delegates Greenwich will be entitled to send to the convention, but we estimate that the number will be around thirty. All registered Democrats who reside in the Town of Greenwich are eligible to serve as delegates.

 

      If because of Covid concerns we decide to hold the March 23rd meeting by Zoom or as a hybrid

in-person/Zoom meeting, notice will be provided on this webpage.

 

      If you wish to serve as a delegate, you must be nominated at the March 23rd DTC meeting (but you need not be present yourself). Self-nominations are permitted. 

 

      We do suggest that if you plan to place your name in nomination you provide notice of that fact by emailing me at jangland@optonline.net no later than March 6, 2022. Simply provide your name, address, email address, and a statement that you are considering running to be a delegate. Although such advance notice is not legally required, it will expedite the March 23rd meeting by, among other things, permitting us to prepare ballots in advance.

 

      If you are selected as a delegate but are unable to attend the convention in May, you will be entitled to name as a replacement any other registered Democrat from Greenwich (excluding those who are already serving as delegates or replacements for delegates). 

 

      If you have any questions, you may direct them to me at the email address provided above.

 

      Joe Angland

      Chair, Greenwich Democratic Town Committee

 

Janet Stone McGuigan

RTM member for District 6, Education Committee alternate (elected 2019). Board member/member of the PTA Council of Greenwich (2013-21) Representative on the Town’s School Readiness Council (2019-21) Liaison to Greenwich United Way’s Community Planning Council (2017-19) NSS PTA board member (2008-10) Member/sustainer advisor for the Junior League of Greenwich (2008 to present) Board member and programming co-chair of the LWV Greenwich (2018 to 21) Board member of Community Centers, Inc. (2019 to present) Committee chair for BSA Troop 9 (2017 to present) Co-president of GHS Band Boosters (2019 to present)

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Welcome

 

As Democrats, we are committed to effect social and economic justice by advancingour values and priorities.

From Leslie Moriarty, BET Democratic Caucus Chair: Speaking for the 6 BET Candidates, we are humbled and appreciative for the broad support we have received.
         We choose to volunteer our time and talents to make Greenwich the kind of town we want to live in.
One where:

          • The needs of the children in the public schools are met with effective teachers and classroom   

             supports in accessible and updated school buildings;

          •  Appropriate fire coverage is available to all our residents and businesses.

          • Town services provide a safety net for residents in their times of need.

          • Town facilities keep people safe and engaged — from the libraries to playing fields to bicycle

             paths to parks and beaches.

          • Real long term planning is implemented to prepare for the future —to address the impacts

            of climate change and the Town’s increasing capital investment requirements.

          • Good financial management accomplishes these objectives with the lowest possible tax rates.  
          Your Democratic BET candidates are committed to these goals, but we need to win back control of the BET to accomplish them. We will need your help to get the message out that BET elections matter. Your contribution to the Greenwich DTC will help support our campaigns. Thank you again for your support, and we will see you on the campaign trail.

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We want to extend our deepest gratitude to those

who gave their all to support our candidates in this year's

municipal elections. We thank our candidates, whose willingness to run for office, hard work and dedication to the democratic process made these elections yet another example of what free and fair elections are all about. 

We also want to thank those who voluntarily gave their
campaigns their time, energy and financial support.
Finally, we thank all of you who cast your vote for our candidates and the values we hold dear.

Special Election Today!

I am honored to be the Democratic endorsed candidate for the 36th State Senate district. Earning the support of my fellow Democrats has been exhilarating and I'm ready to go!

Thank you to everyone who donated to the campaign!
Thanks to your immediate support and generosity my
campaign has qualified for the Citizen's Election Program.
Your                           to the Greenwich DTC will also help support my campaign!


 

                                The Special Election is today! Here's how you can help Alexis become our next State Senator:

                                 VOTE (if you are in the 36th District) either by absentee ballot or in-person. In-person voting takes

                               place today from 6am to 8pm. CONTRIBUTE to the Greenwich DTC to help them support my 

                            campaign. Paid for by Alexis Gevanter for State Senate, Emily M. Gordon, Treasurer.

Approved by Alexis Gevanter

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Thank you, Alexis!

“Alexis ran a great campaign and has a bright future in the Democratic Party.

She has so much to offer the Town of Greenwich and the State of Connecticut

She is an articulate and passionate voice for Democratic principles.”

GDTC Chair Joe Angland

“Alexis Gevanter ran an excellent campaign, knocking on thousands of doors, having direct conversations with voters about the issues important to them. Alexis did surprisingly well in a Republican-leaning district. The loss is tough, but we are so grateful for Alexis’s leadership, and eager to see what she does in the future."

CT Democratic Chair Nancy DiNardo

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                                                        I entered this race because Connecticut is a great place to live, work, and raise a

                                                        family. I wanted to make it even better by doing what I’ve always done which is

                                                        to listen, bring people together to find common ground, and deliver results.
                                                               
We didn’t have much time to get our message out in this brief special election, 

                                                        but I am so proud of the campaign we built together and everything we did accomplish. I want to thank everyone who voted for me and everyone who volunteered, knocking on doors and making phone calls...My commitment to the very values that make our community the inclusive, kind, and caring place we are all proud to call home has never been stronger. Alexis Gevanter