We note that Donald Trump has left office after
losing Election 2020. But not before becoming the only President
to be Impeached twice.
became historic and frightening to watch live. Trump outdid
himself. First inciting a riot 1-6-21 that had extremists and his
supporters march on and attack the Capitol and Congress as it
"certified" the Nov. 3, 2020 results.
Presidential Primary in CT now set for August 11, 2020
E L E C T I O N 2 0 2 0 I N C T
NOVEMBER 3, 2020 ELECTION ISSUES: What were some in 2016? So is Presidential Election 2020 a referendum on Donald Trump (r)...or does he have an actual opponent (l)?
THERE IS A CERTAIN IRONY HERE - DOESN'T THIS REMIND YOU OF SOME MOVIES?
HOW ABOUT IMPEACHMENT WHILE COVID-19 LURKED? OH MY, EVERYONE MUST
BE LOCKED DOWN... BUT PROTESTORS??? AND WHAT ARE THE ODDS OF NO
ELECTION IN 2020?
What are the issues for the top job?
TIP: Republicans have more experience playing defense as the
Minority, so don't get too excited...unless "Democrat" Majority in for House, Senate and White House melds into "Socialist."
- Who is responsible for deaths from
COVID-19? Who is responsible for closing down the economy?
How about burning the cities?
- Let's see...how does Impeachment and Senate Trial fit with COVID-19? Is it the game plan for Democrats?
BINGO ON THE BIG ELECTION NOVEMBER 3rd: In an interview on FOX,
Senator Graham reminds everyone what the connection is between
impeachment and COVID-19 - and why this is meaningful.
Recalling that the House spent the autumn in the basement of the
Capitol, emerging only at the end of the year to Impeach President
Trump, perhaps there should be a reckoning?
And he notes regarding the Senate Trial, pointing out that the vote to
call "witnesses" would have extended the whole saga for more weeks -
into March. Which says it all for me.
What are the issues across Connecticut? Can anyone even think about this now?
- As a matter of fact there are many that come to mind...
- Education equity
- Safety and equity
- Equity and how to legislate for it.
- And how about using up the "rainy day fund" so
fast? How will CT compare to the rest of the country a year from
now when it is gone? What's the plan?
- Any impact of New York City residents buying homes in CT?
NOVEMBER 3, 2020 CHOICES SO FAR...
VIRTUAL CONVENTION IN CT SENATE 26th DISTRICT
VIRTUAL CONVENTION IN CT 135th HOUSE DISTRICT
Only registered voters and dead people allowed to apply? But wait...by July 14th we're past "FFF"
EXECUTIVE ORDER 7 "QQ" SAYS NO EXCUSE ABSENTEE BALLOTS OK
CONNECTICUT SECRETARY OF THE STATE'S CALENDAR
The contest for Weston State Senate seat in 26th district - Haskell v. Healy
And in the 28th Senatorial District...
Tony Hwang, incumbent, has opponent from Fairfield, whose photos appear here: https://westontoday.news/articles/200525-nominees
And for the GOP it is John Shaban in the 135th, Anne Hughes (D) re-nominated. Preliminary links on pictures of candidates for your convenience in case you want to contact them.
What about CT State elections? Will there be Primaries? How
is the Pandemic affecting our political system? What has the
Legislature done re: police behavior?
Legislature can run on its records for NOT increasing numbers of
mandates since they haven't been in Session. But some still cling
to the hope that Executive Orders can be an efficient was to do