Irish Club To Remember JFK At Walnut Hill Park Memorial Saturday 11/22/14 at 11 a.m.

Members of New Britain’s Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) will honor the memory of President John F. Kennedy on the 51st anniversary of his assassination.

A wreath-laying ceremony will be held at 11 a.m. at the JFK Memorial on West Main Street at Walnut Hill Park. The public is invited to attend.

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But the facts of the matter are that only a creative national party can provide a strong, creative President. The Republican Party is not a national party. It does not represent all sections, all interest groups, all voters. And that is why – historically and inevitably – the forces of inertia and reaction in the Republican Party oppose any powerful voice in the White House, Republican or Democratic that tries to speak for the nation as a whole.

John F. Kennedy speaking at the Connecticut Democratic Party’s Jefferson Jackson Dinner in Hartford, February 1960.

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NB Gets State Bonds For Schools, Treatment Center, COSTCO’s Road

The state Bond Commission approved several New Britain projects Wednesday November 19th.   Among the bonding requests were $1,191,500 for the DiLoreto, Pulaski and Slade Schools, $545,272 for renovations and improvements at the Farrell Treatment Center, $1,057,465 for a roof replacement for 10 Franklin Square, and E.C. Goodwin Technical High School is expected to receive $840,031for facility upgrades.  Additionally, a $850,000 grant-in-aid to the City of New Britain has been requested to finance road improvements along Route 71 (Hartford Road) and at the Route 9 north-bound off ramp to Route 71.

“Our technical schools are key in our efforts to continue to grow Connecticut’s manufacturing sector and prepare a workforce for 21st Century careers,” said Governor Dannel P. Malloy. “These new funds will help ensure that students get the most out of their educational experience and graduate ready to fill real-world jobs.”

“It seems like a million years since I volunteered at the Farrell Treatment Center. I am pleased that they received the funding necessary to continue serving the New Britain Community,” said State Rep. Peter Terycak (D- New Britain).

“I am very pleased that as a result of the hard work of the delegation and the Governor, our schools will receive funding for much-needed technology improvements.   Farrell Treatment Center has a long record of quality service in the City of New Britain,” Rep. Rick Lopes said. “The delegation believes that improving their facility will help continue their important work for the next few decades.”

“Technological advances are becoming an increasingly critical component of our daily lives. I am encouraged to see us investing in school technological improvements that will allow our students to be prepared for the future,” Rep. Robert Sanchez said. “These funds will help us get there.”

“During a recent visit to Goodwin Technical High School, I had the pleasure of seeing the impressive work being done by students in electrical engineering and other high-precision fields,” said Senator Terry Gerratana. “The bonding secured this month will ensure that students at this school continue to be trained on the same cutting edge tools that they will use upon entering the workforce. This is exactly the kind of investment that Connecticut needs to make to maintain a skilled workforce that will help businesses thrive in our state.”

The bonding for E.C. Goodwin Technical High School is part of a larger package for technical high schools across the state. The $840,000 dedicated to that project will go towards facilities repairs and program upgrades.

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DTC Meets Thursday Nov. 20th……Winning On The Democratic Record…..Election Wrap In Pictures

Town Committee Meets Thursday, November 20th

The November meeting of the Democratic Town Committee will be held  Thursday, November 20th, at 7 p.m at New Britain City Hall, Room 504. On the agenda will be reports on rules, the municipal nominations process, property tax relief and plans for an Inauguration Party in January. All Democrats are welcome to attend.

2014 Election Wrap: New Britain Voters Say Yes To Progress On Key Issues 

Turnout: 52% Of 25,640 Eligible Voters

New Britain voters responded affirmatively on Election Day 2014 to Democratic incumbents who pushed the $10.10 minimum, new state support for education in city schools, accessible health care and preserving local aid and services through state legislative action and the policies of Governor Malloy in his first term.

Four members of the city's legislative delegation celebrate a victory at the Pulaski Club on Election night. From left Rep. Bobby Sanchez (25), Rep Peter Tercyak (26), State Senator Terry Gerratana (6) and State Rep. Rick Lopes (24). Rep. Betty Boukus (22), representing  the DiLoreto School district in the city, celebrated her big win at Plainville Democratic headquarters. (F. Gerratana photo)

Four members of the city’s legislative delegation celebrate a victory at the Pulaski Club on Election night. From left Rep. Bobby Sanchez (25), Rep Peter Tercyak (26), State Senator Terry Gerratana (6) and State Rep. Rick Lopes (24). Rep. Betty Boukus (22), representing the DiLoreto School district in the city, celebrated her big win at Plainville Democratic headquarters. (F. Gerratana photo)

The Malloy/Wyman ticket and Democratic legislative incumbents ran on “continuing our progress” in these key areas while still dealing with the state’s own fiscal problems stemming from the worst economic downturn and financial collapse since the Depression. 

In endorsing Malloy The Day of London, one of many CT dailies favoring the incumbent, put the circumstances  that made Malloy vulnerable in 2014 into perspective: “No Connecticut governor, and perhaps few governors anywhere, ever faced the fiscal calamity that confronted Gov. Malloy after his 2010 election. The $3.5 billion black hole was the largest deficit in proportion to the budget in the country. He had to fix it while the state was still trying to recover from the job and tax revenue losses caused by the Great Recession.”

With New Britain residents now facing an 11% property tax increase, hikes in municipal fees and cuts to services by a Republican City Hall administration,  the increases in local aid delivered by Malloy and legislators averted even more hardships and cuts in the city.  Democrats talked not only campaign promises but pointed to a record that delivered on wages, property tax relief, education, gun safety and access to health care.  That record contrasted with Tom Foley’s and New Britain Republicans’ “generalities”, slogans and the usual grandstanding on tax cuts and spending.

Of 25,640 registered voters on the active list, 52% turned out this year to produce another  Democratic landslide. Malloy’s New Britain vote doubled up on Foley, 8,631 to 4,356. Similarly, Cong Elizabeth Esty prevailed 9,004 to Mark Greenberg’s 3,531. The results were similar up and down Row B. The official results for all offices and by voting district may be found at 2014 New Britain Results  at the Town and City Clerk’s web site.

Scenes from Election Day And Democratic Headquarters……

Governor Malloy outside the C-Town grocery store in  downtown New Britain on Election Day. (F. Gerratana photo)

Governor Malloy outside the C-Town grocery store in downtown New Britain on Election Day.  He stopped in New Britain to encourage Election Day Registration to push turnout. (F. Gerratana photo)

Malloy stops for selfie with shopper at C-Town November 4th (F. Gerratana photo)

Malloy stops for selfie with shopper at C-Town November 4th (F. Gerratana photo)

Senator Richard Blumenthal joined Governor Malloy on campaign trail in New Britain.  Blumenthal meets Cafe Beauregard's Rob   (F Gerratana photo)

Senator Richard Blumenthal joined Governor Malloy on campaign trail in New Britain. Blumenthal meets Cafe Beauregard’s Rob  Chiovoloni. Malloy stopped for lunch at the Cafe where President Obama visited last March before a rally for the minimum wage at CCSU (F Gerratana photo)

Governor Malloy greets shopper on Election Day in downtown New Britain. Ward 3 Ald. Manny Sanchez (center) looks on (F. Gerratana photo)

Governor Malloy greets shopper on Election Day in downtown New Britain. Ward 3 Ald. Manny Sanchez (center) looks on (F. Gerratana photo)

The Democratic sweep in New Britain was celebrated by candidates and volunteers on Election Night at the Pulaski Club. (F. Gerratana photo)

The Democratic sweep in New Britain was celebrated by candidates and volunteers on Election Night at the Pulaski Club. (F. Gerratana photo)

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Esty Rally At NB Headquarters Kicks Off Getting Out The Vote Weekend……Join the Row B Team…

Senator Murphy, LG Wyman At NB Rally With Congresswoman Esty Saturday, 11:30 a.m.

A final push to get out the New Britain Democratic vote will begin Saturday, Nov. 1st, at 11:30 a.m. with a rally at Democratic headquarters for first term Cong. Elizabeth Esty.

Esty will be joined at the rally by her predecessor, U.S. Senator Chris Murphy, and Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman.

New Britain headquarters is located at 19 Bassett Street. All Democrats are welcome to attend.

Join Us To Get Out The Vote

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

  • Be part of a neighborhood canvass/distribute literature
  • Contact five people you know and urge them to vote
  • Call Democratic supporters on behalf of Row B
  • Do visibility and poll standing
  • Give rides to the polls
  • Provide hospitality/refreshments to campaigners

Come out and support Row B — Malloy/Wyman, Merrill, Nappier, Jepsen, Lembo, Congresswoman Esty, State Senator Gerratana (6), Rep. Boukus (22), Rep. Lopes (24), Rep. Sanchez 25) and Rep. Tercyak (26).

For more information contact NB Headquarters by calling 860-505-8901 or by email: newbritaindemocrat@gmail.com. Democratic headquarters is located at 19 Bassett Street.

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.

Join the Democratic Team in New Britain.  860-505-8901  newbritaindemocrat@gmail.com (F Gerratana photo credit)

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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, United Farm Workers

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Kevin Lembo, Denise Merrill In NB For “Bacon, Eggs and Democrats” Thursday, 10/30, At Roma

State Comptroller Kevin Lembo and Secretary of the State Denise Merrill will be among Democratic elected officials and leaders joining city Democrats at the Chairman’s  Breakfast Thursday, October 30th, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the Roma Sports Bar & Grill, 382 Allen Street.

The breakfast will kick off five days of campaigning in support of the Row B slate and a strong turnout

Lembo and Merrill are seeking their second terms to state constitutional office.

The suggested donation for the NBDTC breakfast  is $20.  The breakfast will include selections from the Roma’s new breakfast menu.

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New Britain legislators are on the ballot November 4th seeking to continue their successful efforts at increased education aid, property tax relief , fair wage policies and economic development in the New Britain area. The legislative Row B slate includes:State Senator Terry Gerratana, Rep. Betty Boukus (22), Rep. Rick Lopes (24), Rep. Bobby Sanchez (25) and Rep. Peter Tercyak (26).

For voter information or  to volunteer call Democratic headquarters at 860-505-8901 or email newbritaindemocrat@gmail.com

Election Day Is November 4th… Please consider devoting an hour or more  to help get out the vote on Election Day….Drive, Canvas, Phone Bank, Poll Stand 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

On the campaign trail this week

Last Sunday Governor Dan Malloy visited a crowded Roma Sport Bar & Grill filled with football fans. (Gerratana photo)

Last Sunday Governor Dan Malloy visited a crowded Roma Sport Bar & Grill receiving an enthusiastic reception from patrons watching  football. (Gerratana photo)

Governor Malloy campaigns in New Britain Sunday. (Gerratana photo)

Governor Malloy campaigns in New Britain Sunday. (Gerratana photo)

Secretary of the State Denise Merrill held a campaign event Monday at Criollisimo Restaurant on Arch Street with State Rep. Bobby Sanchez, State Rep. Peter Tercyak and Democratic supporters. (Gerratana photo)

Secretary of the State Denise Merrill held a campaign event Monday at Criollisimo Restaurant on Arch Street with State Rep. Bobby Sanchez, State Rep. Peter Tercyak and Democratic supporters. (Gerratana photo)

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Campaign 2014……Coming Events and Mobilizing for Election Day

CAMPAIGN 2014

Friends Don’t Let Friends Vote Republican. It’s Time To Get Out The Vote. Contact New Britain Democratic Headquarters at 860-505-8901 or email newbritaindemocrat@gmail.com

Congresswoman Esty Event At New Britain’s Cafe Beauregard Wednesday 10/22

Cong Elizabeth Esty at her nominating convention (F. Gerratana photo)

Cong Elizabeth Esty at her nominating convention (F. Gerratana photo)

A New Britain Reception in support of Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty will be held Wednesday, October 22nd, from 7 to 8:30 pm at the Cafe Beauregard, 2 Main Street. Attendees are invited to make a $25 contribution or sign up to volunteer to get out the vote between now and Election Day.   RSVP to HiIlary Glass at 203-699-9621 or hillary@elizabethesty.com

 

 

Chief Wardwell Will Discuss Privacy Rights and Technology In Law Enforcement At Wednesday Public Forum

On Wednesday, Oct. 29 at the New Britain Police Department Community Room there will be a discussion on law enforcement, technology, the Fourth Amendment and privacy rights with New Britain Police Chief James Wardwell and David McGuire, staff attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union of Connecticut.

Police can now track your movements with license plate scanners, cellphone location data and GPS. Soon they’ll have drones, too. Privacy rights advocates and law enforcement officials are are now seeking appropriate ways to  align the new technology with our right to and expectation of privacy.

The discussion will be held at 6:30 p.m. in the community room of the New Britain police station, 10 Chestnut Street, New Britain. It is sponsored by the ACLU of Connecticut and its Greater Hartford chapter and is free and open to the public.

For more information contact Isa Mujahid, field organizer for the ACLU of Connecticut, imujahid@acluct.org.

October DTC Meeting Thursday 10/23

The Democratic Town Committee will hold its October meeting on Thursday, October 23rd at 7 p.m. in Room 305 at New Britain City Hall. On the agenda will be mobilization plans for November 4th and committee reports. All Democrats are welcome.

Chairman’s Breakfast: Bacon, Eggs and Democrats Thursday 10/30

A Chairman’s  Breakfast will be held Thursday, October 30th, from 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. at the Roma Sports Bar & Grill, 382 Allen Street. Join New Britain Democrats five days before Election Day in support of the Row B slate and a strong turnout in 2014 with our candidates and Democratic leaders.

The suggested donation for the NBDTC breakfast  is $20.  The breakfast will include selections from the Roma’s new breakfast menu.  RSVP to newbritaindemocrat@gmail.com or Headquarters 860-505-8901.

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New Britain legislators are on the ballot November 4th seeking to continue their successful efforts at increased education aid, property tax relief , fair wage policies and economic development in the New Britain area. The legislative Row B slate includes:State Senator Terry Gerratana, Rep. Betty Boukus (22), Rep. Rick Lopes (24), Rep. Bobby Sanchez (25) and Rep. Peter Tercyak (26).

 

Election Day Is November 4th… Please consider devoting an hour or more  to help get out the vote on Election Day….Drive, Canvas, Phone Bank, Poll Stand 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

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Vote Yes On 1……..6 Ways To Help Get Out The Vote….Questions Linger On 2013 Campaign Against Democrats…

Campaign 2014

Time for Early Voting in Connecticut: Vote Yes On Question 1

1. Shall the Constitution of the State be amended to remove restrictions concerning absentee ballots and to permit a person to vote without appearing at a polling place on the day of an election?

Connecticut — the Constitution State — rarely amends its historic governing document. But Question 1 on November 4th ballots would create much greater opportunities for residents to vote amid steady declines in participation, particularly in off-presidential years and local elections.Vote Yes CT Low Res

And a yes vote is an  opportunity to send a message to  elements of the Republican party and right-wing extremists that their discriminatory efforts to adopt voter ID laws and reduce early voting options are undemocratic.  It’s more than appropriate that this referendum is on the ballot on the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act.

“The state Constitution, like the federal, should not be amended willy-nilly,” editorialized The Hartford Courant on August 22nd. “Ours has been amended by voters when it made sense.. This revision makes sense. The possible changes in voting rules that would come if the amendment is approved would help commuters, busy parents, the elderly and students fine more time to vote.”

Getting Out The Vote: One Month To Go and Six Ways To Help

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

  • Send post cards to your family, friends and neighbors
  • Distribute literature/phone bank voters
  • Register unregistered voters; re-register inactive voters before the October deadline
  • Sign up for lawn signs and visibility
  • Host a Meet the candidate house party with your state representative
  • Volunteer for E-Day

Come out and support Row B — Malloy/Wyman, Merrill, Nappier, Jepsen, Lembo, Congresswoman Esty, State Senator Gerratana (6), Rep. Boukus (22), Rep. Lopes (24), Rep. Sanchez 25) and Rep. Tercyak (26).

The differences between Malloy and Foley and Democrats and Republicans are stark and revealing on fair and minimum 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. Democratic headquarters is located at 19 Bassett Street.

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League of Women Voters Legislative Candidate Forum Tuesday, October 7th

The New Britain Area League of Women Voters (LWV) will host a forum for state legislative candidates representing New Britain and Plainville on Tuesday, October 7th, at the New Britain Police Department’s Community Room at the corner of Chestnut and Main streets. The public is invited.

From The Chair

Questions Linger On Money That Fueled 2013 Campaign Against Democrats

The Waterbury-based Connecticut Property Owners Alliance, which  last year hosted campaign meetings prominently featuring former Farmington Hills Apartment Complex Owner Sam Zherka, announced the formation of a political action committee (PAC) in the final two months of the  2013 municipal campaign. “The CT Property Owners Alliance is pleased to announce the formation of its Political Action Committee and will host an event on Wednesday September 18th, 7:00 pm at the Whinstone Restaurant in New Britain to celebrate. It’s only fitting the event be held in New Britain with all the controversy created by its current Mayor Tim O’Brien and his housing policies. Michael Telesca, a longtime landlord and chairmen of the State Independent Party is heading up the committee” stated the CTPOA in a press release posted to its website.

The CTPOA, representing absentee landlord interests in New Britain and other communities, was acting appropriately by forming a political action committee to oppose policies they were against and to support candidates pledging to change those policies.    The CTPOA PAC, however,  gave  no money to any candidates in the legal, legitimate way it was set up to do. It raised $150 and spent $150 — the only reported expenditure was a $150 cash payment for bookkeeping expenses to the PAC’s treasurer, according to the committee’s termination report earlier this year.

You didn’t have to be a political junkie to know that by the time the landlord group’s PAC formed there were already tens of thousands of unreported and unaccounted for dollars in circulation on behalf of the Mayoral campaign of Erin Stewart.  Individual absentee landlords were taking out full-page ads in the New Britain City Journal.  The shadowy and now defunct website,  www.savenewbritain.com,  was promoting candidates and smearing Mayor O’Brien and City Council Democrats — its web domain registered to the CTPOA’s Bob DeCosmo.  Stewart and her slate became the darlings of the CTPOA for a promise to repeal a fee on absentee landlords used to pay for housing code enforcement — a common practice in cities across the United States that reduces burdens on the property tax.

The CTPOA political committee also escaped a complaint filed by the New Britain Democratic Chair at the height of the campaign for disseminating an email from “Allen Court Apartments” that “invites you to meet Erin Stewart….there are only 13 days left till the election. New Britain needs Erin Stewart to win this election to fix  the mess the current Mayor has created.”  The complaint was part of a tit-for-tat when the Republican Party Chair filed a frivolous complaint against a member of the Democratic slate.  Subsequently, a November 1 2013 full-page political ad supporting Stewart for Mayor  was published with a “paid for by CTPOA PAC” but no expenses were ever reported as required by the State Elections Enforcement Commission (SEEC).

This excerpt from a full-page ad in the 11/1/13 New Britain City Journal on behalf of the Stewart Mayoral campaign says "paid for" by the CTPOA but no expenses were reported for the ad.This excerpt from a full-page ad in the 11/1/13 New Britain City Journal on behalf of the Stewart Mayoral campaign says “paid for” by the CTPOA-PAC but no expenses were reported for the ad. 

At issue in the “Allen Court Apartments” e-mail  is a prohibition in state statute that bans an independent expenditure for communication, including web-based communication, that promotes the success or defeat of any candidate  “unless such communication bears upon its face the words “paid for by.”  The State Elections Enforcement Commission (SEEC) concluded that the CT POA PAC was just forwarding a communication from someone else and not required to do a disclaimer.  The SEEC, under-staffed and increasingly  limited in its ability to do full-scale investigations at the municipal level,  “declined to investigate the matter further.” And who can blame them? It’s hard to find anything wrong about a committee that is neither raising money nor doling out contributions nor incurring any expenses.

No one, Democrats included, during 2013 or since has really “followed the money” behind a campaign of yellow journalism, personal attacks and off the books political organizing.

Back in the fall of 2012, at the same Whinstone Tavern where CTPOA celebrated its short-lived “PAC”,  Sam Zherka,  charged last month with witness tampering and multiple fraud charges amounting to more than $150 million, told his CTPOA audience that a group of  “seven landlords”  had already raised $100,000 to “wipe out” Mayor Tim O’Brien and Common Council Democrats in the next election. Former Mayor Tim Stewart warmly introduced Zherka at that meeting,  saying  Zherka “is the driving force behind the steering committee to fight this issue” after which Zherka announced a $100,000 fund against Democratic elected officials.

All of which brings us back to the question: what did the CTPOA PAC do and when did it do it? Aside from a pre-election, full-page ad in the New Britain City Journal for which no expenses were reported,  the CTPOA PAC, according to SEEC reports, opened and shut without doing much of anything.

Instead, the out-of-town landlord group and the Stewart campaign, both with “plausible deniability”, hitched their wagons to Sam Zherka, the New Britain City Journal and a model of political mayhem imported from Zherka’s Westchester Guardian newspaper in New York to reach their goals and attain public office.

Questions will continue to linger on the assault on civility and democracy in New Britain last year.

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