More Greens Running in Connecticut than other states
CLINTON, Ct — Not Democrats, not Republicans, the Green Party in Connecticut is running more candidates in local elections than it ever has before, and it is running more candidates in more local elections than any other state in the union. Take, for example, the Town of Clinton, located on the shoreline in Connecticut.
Green Party of Clinton, Connecticut
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 29, 2019
Madeleine Leveille, Treasurer, Green Party of Clinton, CT 2019
860-287 1322, firstname.lastname@example.org
There are nine Green Party candidates running in the local election. There are Green Party candidates running for positions for every council, board and commission in the Town of Clinton. The Green Party candidates’ slogan is: “Vote Clean, Vote Green.” The Green Party candidates believe in clean government and clean environment. They want a town government that is responsive to the community and is free of nepotism, cronyism and corruptions, and that protects and preserves natural resources for the present and future generations.
The Green Party candidates in the Town of Clinton for the election on November 5, 2019 include:
- Eric Bergman, Town Council;
- John May and Jason Feeney, Board of Education;
- James Connolly, Planning and Zoning Commission;
- Phil Sengle and Rob Derry, Police Commission;
- Aldea Savaa and Lorain Simister, Zoning Board of Appeals; and
- John Escobales, Board of Assessment Appeals.