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Greenwich Democrats Press Releases

February 7, 2022

Greenwich DTC: BET Republicans rejected school capital projects, including structural study for CMS  Read More

June 07, 2020

Greenwich Democrats Condemn White Supremacy

The Greenwich Democrats have issued the following statement on the murder of George Floyd

The Greenwich Democrats condemn systemic racism, denounce use of excessive force by Law Enforcement

The murder of George Floyd was abominable, as were the murders of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and so many others - too many others. The aftermath of their horrific deaths has brought us to a critical juncture, where we can choose to put an end to systemic racism or let it, and all the horrors it engenders, continue. We, the Greenwich Democratic Town Committee, choose the former.


We stand with the black community and all those protesting for change – and not change as we have come to know it, painfully ephemeral, but as it should be, lasting and effective. Change of this nature is the only way to ensure that the phrase “Black Lives Matter” is no longer a debatable assertion, but rather an undeniable truth in everyone’s mind.

June 30, 2018

Statement Released for Keep Families Together Rally

Calls on elected officials representing Greenwich to denounce the policy.

Greenwich, CT– The Greenwich Democratic Town Committee (GDTC) is compelled to denounce President Trump and his administration’s zero tolerance immigration policy. It is an inhumane and offensive solution for dealing with the country’s immigration problem.

The GDTC calls on all Americans to join together to protest the cruel and immoral actions of President Trump that have separated thousands of innocent children from their parents, creating lifelong, irreparable harm. His actions have nothing to do with protecting our national security or American jobs.

May 24, 2018

Democratic Candidates for State Assembly

Greenwich Democrats Introduce Candidates for State Assembly

2017 momentum to be carried to 2018 election.

Greenwich, CT– Today the Greenwich Democratic Town Committee introduced its endorsed candidates for the Connecticut General Assembly election in November. Alexandra Bergstein is running for the 36th Senate District, Stephen Meskers for the 150th Assembly District and Laura Kostin for the 151st Assembly District. Greenwich will be well represented in the fall election—Greenwich resident Ned Lamont was endorsed at the Democratic state convention as the gubernatorial candidate and Dita Bhargava cleared the threshold to appear on the primary ballot for State Treasurer.

April 12, 2018


Greenwich DTC Issues Proclamation Supporting National Popular Vote

Urges Greenwich Delegation to Vote "Yes" on H.B. 5421​

Greenwich, CT– The Greenwich Democratic Town Committee issued a proclamation today endorsing the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact and calling on the CT General Assembly to pass House Bill 5421, An Act Adopting The Interstate Compact To Elect The President Of The United States By National Popular Vote.

March 12, 2018

Stop Blocking Justice McDonald Confirmation

Greenwich DTC Chair Ramer Calls on Local State Reps to Stop Playing “Swamp” Politics with Chief Justice Nomination

Urges Voters to Contact State Delegation

Greenwich, CT– Jeffrey Ramer, Chair of the Greenwich Democratic Town Committee (DTC), calls on the Greenwich state delegation to abandon Washington-style GOP partisan politics and confirm Andrew McDonald as Chief Justice of the Connecticut Supreme Court.

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