Governor Malloy Campaigns In New Britain, Visits Democratic Headquarters

[Photos courtesy of Frank Gerratana]

Governor Dan Malloy and his wife Cathy brought his campaign for re-election to New Britain and Democratic headquarters Saturday,  thanking volunteers at a crowded Democratic headquarters and heading over to the downtown Oktoberfest festival.

Governor Malloy greets campaign volunteers at Democratic headquarters.

Governor Malloy greets campaign volunteers at Democratic headquarters.

Malloy, drawing sharp differences with the Republican gubernatorial nominee, Tom Foley, cited his administration’s accomplishments over the last three and a half years in a pep talk to local Democrats. He pointed to the new minimum wage law, student achievement gains and higher graduation rates,  steady progress on creating jobs since 2010 and successful implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Connecticut, he said, has become a model for  the nation in insuring the uninsured and making access to health care a right.

Governor Malloy with Wyatt Bosworth of Danbury, the Treasurer of the CCSU College Democrats.

Governor Malloy with Wyatt Bosworth of Danbury, the Treasurer of the CCSU College Democrats.

On the transportation issue — important to New Britain with the opening of CT Fastraks early next year —  Malloy skewered Foley’s statement that too much is being spent on transportation infrastructure. “This is a guy (Foley) who doesn’t want to tell you what he’s going to do,  but every once in a while it slips out,” Malloy said. The Governor pointed to  growing demand for more public transit in Greater Hartford, citing heavy use of CT Transit busses by employees for major companies such as Travelers.  Chided Malloy of Foley: “He gets to choose between a Maserati and a BMW and doesn’t want people to be able to take the bus.”

Ward 3 Alderman Manny Sanchez, 6th District State Central Committee member Emma Pierce and DTC Chair John McNamara at Democratic Headquarters

Ward 3 Alderman Manny Sanchez, 6th District State Central Committee member Emma Pierce and DTC Chair John McNamara at Democratic Headquarters

Malloy urged volunteers and local leaders to get out the vote on November 4th before moving on to the downtown Oktoberfest Festival with State Senator Terry Gerratana and State Rep. Bobby Sanchez.

NB Democrats crowded party headquarters to hear Governor Malloy. From left Francisco Cuin, unidentified volunteer, Eva Torres-Luciano, Senator Terry Gerratana, Rep. Bobby Sanchez DTC Deputy Treasurer Willie Justiniano and DTC Corresponding Secretary Mario Santos.

NB Democrats crowded party headquarters to hear Governor Malloy. From left Francisco Cuin, unidentified volunteer, Eva Torres-Luciano, Senator Terry Gerratana, Rep. Bobby Sanchez DTC Deputy Treasurer Willie Justiniano and DTC Corresponding Secretary Mario Santos.

 

Democratic Headquarters on Saturday, September 13th

Democratic Headquarters on Saturday, September 13th

Cathy Malloy and Jason Jakubowski

Cathy Malloy and Jason Jakubowski

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“The name of the game is to talk to people. If you don’t talk to people, you can’t get started…You knock on twenty doors or so, and twenty guys tell you to go to hell, or that they haven’t got time. But maybe at the fortieth or sixtieth house you find the one guy who is all you need. You’re not going to organize everything; you’re just going to get it started”

Cesar Chavez, President United Farm Workers (UFW) 1927-1993

 

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Malloy At NB HQ Saturday To Thank GOTV Vols……NAACP Dinner 9/20….LWV Pot Luck and Pols 9/29….Tercyak On Living Wages and Corporate Welfare….

Campaign 2014

Saturday Day of Action: Malloy To Visit NB Headquarters 9/13

Governor Dannel Malloy will be visiting New Britain headquarters on Saturday, 9/13, to thank volunteers for their efforts to register new voters and get out the vote for the November 4th election.images

“Days of Action” on Saturday from noon to 5 p.m. and on Sunday 9/14 is open to all Democrats. NB headquarters is located at 19 Bassett Street (Back door entrance and parking available).

RSVP for Governor Malloy at New Britain headquarters

In New Britain, there are six ways to join the Democratic Town Committee, volunteer and  promote turnout for the November election:

  • Make phone calls
  • Register unregistered voters; re-register inactive voters before the October deadline
  • Canvas, distribute literature in your neighborhood
  • Sign up for lawn signs and visibility
  • Host a Meet the candidate house party with your state representative
  • Volunteer for E-Day

The differences between Malloy and Foley and Democrats and Republicans are stark and revealing on fair wages, property tax relief, public safety, transportation and local school and municipal aid. For more information contact NB Headquarters by calling 860-505-8901 or by email: newbritaindemocrat@gmail.com

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Freedom Fund Dinner Is Saturday September 20th

The New Britain branch of the NAACP will holds its annual Freedom Fund dinner on Saturday, September 20th, at Central Connecticut State University. The dinner begins at 6 p.m. Tickets are $75 and the price includes an annual membership in the NAACP.

For more information contact Ron Davis at 860-944-1237 or email rdavis6681@aol.com

LWV Hosts “Pasta, Pot Luck & Politicians” Monday 9/29

The New Britain Area League of Women Voters (LWV) will get political (in a non-partisan way) when it hosts a “Pasta, Pot Luck & Politicians” dinner and discussion. Invited guests include the Mayor, Common Council and Board of Education.

The dinner and dialogue  will be held at Trinity On Main Rotunda, 69 Main Street. Dinner begins at 6:30 and the discussion will start at 7:15. Attendees are asked to bring a salad or dessert or pay $5. The LWV will provide the pasta and sauce.

Commentary:  

Tax The Big Businesses That Won’t Pay CT Workers A Living Wage

State Rep. Peter Tercyak (26), Chair of the Legislature’s Labor Committee and a Registered Nurse, penned this September 1st Op-Ed for The Connecticut Mirrormail

If you work a full-time job in Connecticut, or anywhere in the United States for that matter, you should be able to afford the basics you need to live – housing, enough to eat, heat, transportation to work, and a little savings.

But every day there are people, mothers, fathers, and grandparents, who work 40 hours a week for some of the wealthiest corporations in this country – Walmart, McDonald’s, Dunkin’ Donuts to name a few – and still live in poverty. These workers skip meals so their children can eat. They don’t turn on the heat in winter because they worry about not being able to pay the bill.

Read the full Op-Ed at Connecticut Mirror

Change of Schedule: The Democratic Town Committee  meeting for September 18th has been re-scheduled to September 25th

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Voter Registration Wednesday…..Backyard BBQ In Pictures….WF Pizza Party 9/2…..Are You Making A Decent Salary? Thank the Labor Movement…..

VOTER REGISTRATION WEDNESDAY: New sign-up drive continues in September

A Town Committee voter registration drive will resume Wednesday, September 3rd at New Britain Democratic headquarters, 19 Bassett Street, beginning at 5:30 pm.

In August more than 200 registrations were submitted through  the canvassing of neighborhoods and signing up of new voters.

Town Committee members and volunteers are invited to join the August voter registration drive. If you can volunteer please go to Democratic Headquarters, 19 Bassett Street, to get instructions, voter lists and locations.

Campaign 2014

Pizza In New Britain:  Working Families Fundraiser At Max Pizza II Tuesday, 9/2

The Working Families Party will hold a Pizza Party Fundraiser hosted by Art Perry, Senator Terry Gerratana, Rep. Rick Lopes and former House Speaker Chris Donovan on Tuesday, September 2nd, from 5 to 7 pm.  The event will be held at Max Pizza II, 79 Shuttle Meadow Avenue, New Britain.

The suggested donation is  $25 to $100, and all contributions will support the Connecticut Working Families Party’s upcoming election work.

RSVP:  https://www.facebook.com/events/1455320568066359

For more information go to  the Connecticut Working Families Party

DTC BACKYARD BBQ IN PICTURES: By Frank Gerratana

The Town Committee’s Backyard BBQ brought great food donated by DTC members, good weather and candidates to the home of 26th State Rep. Peter Tercyak Saturday August 30.

Guard dog provided security for Backyard BBQ

Providing security was the Tercyak family dog at Backyard BBQ (Gerratana)

With campaign 2014 set to begin in earnest this Labor Day weekend,  NB Democrats welcomed Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman, 5th District Cong. Elizabeth Esty, Attorney General George Jepsen  and four members of the New Britain legislative delegation – Reps. Tercyak (26), Bobby Sanchez (25), Rick Lopes (24) and State Senator Terry Gerratana (6).

Leaders stressed that the turnout of voters in New Britain will be a key to winning for Governor, Congress and in legislative races in November.

Thanks to DTC members and volunteers and contributors for making the Labor Day Weekend event a success.

Alderwomen Eva Magnuszewski and Shirley Black with Lt. Governor Wyman at NB Dems' BBQ. (F. Gerratana photo)

Alderwomen Eva Magnuszewski and Shirley Black with Lt. Governor Wyman at NB Dems’ BBQ. (F. Gerratana photo)

Pat Rehmer and Peter Tercyak at the Town Committee BBQ in Rep. Tercyak's backyard. (F. Gerratana photo)

Pat Rehmer and Peter Tercyak at the Town Committee BBQ in Rep. Tercyak’s backyard. (F. Gerratana photo)

Cong. Elizabeth Esty, State Senator Terry Gerratana, DTC member  Brian Keith Albert and DTC Chair John McNamara (F. Gerratana photo)

Cong. Elizabeth Esty, State Senator Terry Gerratana, DTC member Brian Keith Albert and DTC Chair John McNamara (F. Gerratana photo)

Democrats gather at Backyard BBQ at the home of Rep. Tercyak. (F Gerratana photo).

Democrats gather at Backyard BBQ at the home of Rep. Tercyak. (F Gerratana photo).

Celebrity Sighting: John Geragosian and Rep. Rick Lopes. (F Gerratana Photo)

Celebrity Sighting: John Geragosian and Rep. Rick Lopes. (F Gerratana Photo)

CDP Treasurer and Town Committee member Emma Pierce welcomes Lt. Governor Wyman to the BBQ. (F. Gerratana photo)

CDP Treasurer and Town Committee member Emma Pierce welcomes Lt. Governor Wyman to the BBQ. (F. Gerratana photo)

The Alton F. Brooks Scholarship: Fund Drive Kick Off September 18th

A  drive to establish a permanent scholarship in honor of  DTC leader Alton Brooks has been launched and a reception is planned for September 18th at the Opportunities Industrialization Center of New Britain (OIC) annual meeting.

The scholarship fund will be based at the Community Foundation of Greater New Britain (CFGNB) and checks may be made to CFGNB, 74 Vine Street, New Britain, CT 06052. Write “Alton Brooks Scholarship” in the memo.

END QUOTE: For Labor Day…….

“Although it is true that only about [13 percent] of American workers are in unions, that [13 percent] sets the standards across the board in salaries, benefits and working conditions. If you are making a decent salary in a non-union company, you owe that to the unions. One thing that corporations do not do is give out money out of the goodness of their hearts.”

-  Molly Ivins

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New Britain Democrats’ Backyard Barbeque Saturday 8/30

Join New Britain Democrats Saturday, August 30th, 3-6 pm for a backyard BBQ at the home of State Representative Peter Tercyak (26), the dean of the city’s legislative delegation.  The BBQ will be held at 150 Belridge Road and a $20 donation is requested.

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Meet the candidates and support Voter Registration and Get Out The Vote activities in support of the Democratic slate. Enjoy Rosol’s hot dogs, hamburgers and  donated dishes and desserts from DTC members.

Reservations call Headquarters 860-505-8901; E-mail: newbritaindemocrat@gmail.com. Volunteer and contribution forms are available at www.newbritaindemocrat.org/contribute

Join and support the New Britain Democratic Town Committee

Malloy Shows Commitment To Public Education; Announces New Aid At Pulaski School

Governor Malloy chose Pulaski Middle School on August 21st to announce that Alliance Districts in 30 communities are set to receive a total of $132,901,813 in additional funding for the 2014-15 academic year to help implement academic improvement plans.

New Britain Schools will receive $11, 079,553 in additional aid further demonstrating the efforts of the city’s Democratic legislative delegation to secure additional support for education. The city is receiving the fourth highest amount among the 30 communities receiving the money targeted to improve student performance.

“A central part of our effort to improve public education is to make sure that districts that need the most help are getting the extra support they need, and that’s exactly what the Alliance District programs does,” Governor Malloy said.  “With this additional funding, districts are doing everything from focusing on early literacy to adding full-day kindergarten.  It’s a huge step forward, one that is led at local level to the benefit of every child in that district.”

Districts, including New Britain, were required to add K-3 literacy as a focus in their plan amendments. Reading at grade level by the third grade is critically important for future academic success. The enhancement of resources for K-3 literacy and strengthening of early reading supports helps to ensure that Connecticut’s young readers who struggle will get the help they need.

The Alliance District aid comes in addition to increases in the Education Cost Sharing funds for New Britain that Malloy made a priority this fiscal year.  In a year when residents are absorbing an 11 percent property tax increase the state education aid prevented  taxes from going even higher.

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Soul Food and Politics Draw Steady Crowd To Black Dems’ Annual Event

Soul food and politics brought a steady stream of voters and politicians to the basement of Spottswood AME Zion Church on Saturday, August 16th for the annual Black Democratic Club Soul Food Fest.

In addition to a menu of traditional Southern cuisine Democrats also sang Happy Birthday to DTC leader and activist Alton Brooks who celebrated his 93rd birthday with a cake.  He was joined by Cong Elizabeth Esty and Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman.  A community wide  drive is underway to establish a $25,000 scholarship fund at the Community Foundation of Greater New Britain in honor of Mr. Brooks.

Black Democratic Club President and Alderwoman Shirley Black and Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman at Soul Food fest.

Black Democratic Club President and Alderwoman Shirley Black and Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman at Soul Food fest.

From left: Rev. John Morris, the pastor of Spottswood Church, Alton Brooks. Lt. Governor Wyman, Alderwoman Shirley Black and Cong Elizabeth Esty.

From left: Rev. John Morris, the pastor of Spottswood Church, Alton Brooks. Lt. Governor Wyman, Alderwoman Shirley Black and Cong Elizabeth Esty.

Shirley Black, Attorney General George Jepsen and DTC member Bill Shortell.

Shirley Black, Attorney General George Jepsen and DTC member Bill Shortell.

Emma Pierce and Attorney General Jepsen.

Emma Pierce and Attorney General Jepsen.

Lt. Governor Wyman, Alton Brooks and Cong Esty before attendees seranaded Brooks with "Happy Birthday."

Lt. Governor Wyman, Alton Brooks and Cong Esty before attendees seranaded Brooks with “Happy Birthday.”

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New Britain Goes To The JJB; Emma Pierce Toast of 66th Democratic Dinner

New Britain’s Emma Pierce, State Central Committeewoman and Party Treasurer, was the toast of the 66th Jefferson Jackson Bailey (JJB) dinner held August 13th in Hartford and the Connecticut Convention Center. Pierce was the recipient of the Governor William A. O’Neill award

Democrats heard Governor Malloy make a forceful campaign kick off speech that drew sharp contrasts on budget priorities and quality of life issues between his administration and the Republican nominee.

A photo essay on the JJB dinner from DTC member Frank Gerratana

Emma Pierce congratulated by family members at JJB dinner

Emma Pierce congratulated by family members at JJB dinner

State Party Chair Nancy DiNardo presents Governor O'Neill Award to Emma Pierce.

State Party Chair Nancy DiNardo presents Governor O’Neill Award to Emma Pierce.

DTC Leader Alton Brooks, Emma Pierce and the Rev. Thomas Mills.

DTC Leader Alton Brooks, Emma Pierce and the Rev. Thomas Mills.

Alton Brooks, Emma Pierce, Susan McKinley Perry and Art Perry

Alton Brooks, Emma Pierce, Susan McKinley Perry and Art Perry

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State Senator Terry Gerratana, DAS Commissioner Don DeFronzo, Emma Pierce and DTC Chair John McNamara

State Senator Terry Gerratana, DAS Commissioner Don DeFronzo, Emma Pierce and DTC Chair John McNamara

Pierce and John McNamara

Pierce and John McNamara

Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman introduces Governor Malloy.

Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman introduces Governor Malloy.

Governor Malloy makes a strong case for re-election at Democratic dinner.

Governor Malloy makes a strong case for re-election at Democratic dinner.

 

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Voter Registration Drive Continues…..Soul Food Fest Saturday 8/16….DTC Cookout 8/30….City Hall Watch……

DTC Voter Registration Drive Continues Thursday, Saturday

VOTE-768023The Democratic Town Committee’s voter registration drive is continuing this week after last week’s efforts netted over 100 new registrations in the canvassing of neighborhoods and signing up of new voters.

Town Committee members and volunteers are invited to join the August voter registration drive. If you can volunteer please go to Democratic Headquarters, 19 Bassett Street, to get instruction, voter list and locations.

This week’s schedule includes Thursday, August 14, 5 to 7:30 pm and Saturday, August 16, 3:30 pm after the Soulfood Fest.

Thank you  to the volunteers and the DTC voter registration committee members Isabelita Cancel, Willie Justiniano, Tom Shields and Don DeFronzo for the drive that will continue through the October deadline.

CAMPAIGN “DIET”  EVENTS

Black Dems’ Soul Food Fest, Saturday, August 16th At Spottswood Church 

The Black Democratic Club will hold its annual Soulfood Fest on Saturday, August 16th from noon to 3 pm at Spottswood AME Zion Church, 25 Crestwood Lane (off Alexander Road). 

Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman and other state and local elected officials are expected to attend the event.

Soulfood Fest volunteers serving up good food at the 2013 event.

Volunteers serving up good food at the 2013 event.

The menu includes traditional Southern cuisine from the grill with Macaroni & Cheese, Collard Greens, String Beans, Sweet Potatoes, Corn Bread, cakes, pies and (if you’re lucky) Emma Pierce’s Peach Cobbler.

There is a $15 pp donation with proceeds going to the Black Democratic Club.

 

 

Backyard barbeque for Row B Democrats Is  Saturday, August 30th, 3-6

The Democratic Town Committee will hold a Backyard barbeque in support of the Democratic slate on Saturday, August 30th from 3 to 6 pm.

Backyard BBQ host Rep. Peter Tercyak

Backyard BBQ host Rep. Peter Tercyak

The event will be held at the home of State Rep. Peter Tercyak (26), 150 Belridge Road.

Donations are $20 pp in support of voter registration and Get Out The Vote Activities.

Thanks to Rep. Tercyak and his family for hosting the event. For reservations and information call 860-505-8901.

CITY HALL WATCH: Council Meets Wednesday, August 13th

Controversial Sale of Watershed on Common Council Agenda Wednesday

The proposed sale of watershed property to the Town of Southington — opposed by residents who testified at a July hearing —  is on the New Britain City Council agenda at  Wednesday August 13th meeting of the Common Council.

Mayor Erin Stewart and Republicans, who last year falsely charged that the O’Brien Administration was planning to sell off New Britain’s watershed,  are pushing strongly for a $1.2 million sale of the Patton Brook Well to Southington.

The move would break with the city’s longstanding policy of retaining valuable watershed assets in exchange for a one-time shot of revenue proposed at $1.2 million and may open the gates to similar sales of public assets as the city remains mired in borrowing and deficits and a property tax increase of 11% this year.

The Board of Water Commissioners reportedly approved the deal but the Stewart appointed board was not unanimous with only three members present and one of those Stewart-appointed members abstaining.  Public testimony at the Council committee hearing was unanimously against the sale.

In July the Democratic Town Committee adopted a unanimous resolution opposing the sale of watershed to Southington.

Stated Rep. Rick Lopes (24) in a recent letter to the editor: “The idea that Southington refuses to renew the lease for the well because they no longer need it does not hold water when it is followed up by their offer to buy and renovate it for millions of dollars. If the town really does not need the well, then why would they buy it from us? Obviously the well is part of their long-term water sustainability plan and they see great financial savings though purchasing the asset instead of leasing it indefinitely. Water and access to water will always remain a valuable asset. The city of New Britain had the foresight to purchase property with access to water all over the state and these water rights remain among our most valuable assets. Giving up wells and reservoirs are short-term fixes that will only cost the city in the long run.”

Public participation begins at 7 p.m. for the regular Common Council meeting in the Council chambers at City Hall.

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