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Letters to Editors

Greenwich Free Press

LETTER: Fazio Will Help Restore Balance in Hartford

One of the results of the recent pandemic, the protests and riots that followed, and the economic challenges it has amplified, is many people have moved into Connecticut – and specifically Fairfield County.

August 2020


Greenwich Free Press

LETTER: Support Ryan Fazio for State Senate This November

Greenwich has endured the last few months of our health crisis with great resilience and success: as someone who works in healthcare but also cares deeply about public policy, I have been most appreciative of the moments where we’ve all looked past partisan views to do what is best and safest for our community. There is still a great deal of work to do and I trust we will continue leading by example.

August 2020


Greenwich Sentinel

 “Letter: Support for Ryan Fazio”

As a father, neighbor, and public servant, I am deeply concerned about Connecticut’s future. It is the reason I am supporting Ryan Fazio for State Senate and why I urge others to consider supporting him.

In the past, Greenwich has weathered many of the economic challenges the state has entangled itself with by retaining its own political and fiscal character – and a big part of that has been due to historically robust and fiscally responsible representation in the state senate – until recently.

July 2020


Greenwich Free Press

LETTER: Kasser fiscally irresponsible again

Alex Kasser’s surrogate gave a predictably misleading defense of her in a July 16th letter to the editor of the Stamford Advocate. It also baselessly attacks Kasser’s opponent for state Senate, Ryan Fazio. Let’s list the factual mistakes.

July 2020


Greenwich Free Press
 “LETTER: Pay Attention to how candidates relate to those in their communities” – As we enter a campaign season in the middle of great difficulties – economic challenges and a health pandemic that has precipitated those, among them – the need to pay greater attention to candidates and their focus on the great difficulties Connecticut was already facing is more important than ever. .

July 2020