Thank you, Greenwich Free Press

 Our Town Meeting will certainly be more colorful — and noisier. (though I'm guessing that these particular Greenwich party members' vaginas are safe from molestation)

Our Town Meeting will certainly be more colorful — and noisier. (though I'm guessing that these particular Greenwich party members' vaginas are safe from molestation)

Besides revealing the Greenwich Invisble party's goals and trashing various conservative candidates Democrat operative Leslie Yager despises, Greenwich Free Press has posted a link to the League of Lady Voter's list of RTM candidates, showing which are petition candidates. I don't remember whether the actual ballot indicates which are incumbents and which are petition, but just in case, you might want to print out your own district's slate and bring it along as a cheat-sheet on who not to vote for.

Check out the profile of Greenwich Indivisible's founder, Riverside resident (District 5) Jennie Bird, and see if you can count the number of lies and misrepresentations about herself and her intentions that she spews in just one paragraph:

Q: What are three important issues facing Greenwich voters today?
1) Partisanship is driving an ideological divide in organizations that should
be neutral and serve the interests of the community, not party politics. See, for example, the current debate over charter change and the Board of Education. 2) Communication. Too many people don’t even know what the RTM does or what issues it faces. It’s time to modernize and improve communication between local government and residents. 3) Budget: We need to nd smart, effective ways to invest in our community, while being scally responsible stewards of our town’s natural and nancial resources.
Current RTM committee assignment:
Number of terms served on RTM: 0 

You really want this person representing your interests?