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Where I take on both party establishments, and come up one vote short

On January 6, 2020, the Stamford Board of Representatives voted 19–18, with two abstentions and one member absent, to elect Frank Cerasoli over Joshua Esses to fill the Republican vacancy on the Board of Finance. I had always expected the Democratic Party establishment to oppose my election. On that count, I was not disappointed. Never, however, did I expect my own party’s establishment to unite against me as well. Ultimately, the combined obstacles were too great to overcome (this time). The newspaper can capture only a fraction of the insanity that were the events leading up to and including Cerasoli’s election. Here are just a few of them: 1. After the November municipal elections, Sa

Board of Finance update

On Monday evening, I interviewed for nearly two hours with the Appointments Committee of the Board of Representatives to fill the vacancy on the Board of Finance. After the interview, the committee made a recommendation, with four votes in my favor, one vote for Frank Cerasoli, and one abstention. You can see my interview here: http://www.boardofreps.org/videos.aspx. It's the "BOR Appointments Committee Meeting" from December 30. Cerasoli was interviewed earlier in the month, on December 18. His interview begins at about 1:19:00 of the video of the December 18 meeting. The final vote before the full Board of Representatives will take place on Monday, January 6, at 8:00 pm in the Governme

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