2/19/2020 0 Comments
NORTH STONINGTON – Mike Urgo, First Selectman, will be joined by Oz Griebel, former gubernatorial candidate and now Chair of the SAM-CT task force, on February 24th at the Wheeler Library in North Stonington for a 6 pm presentation and conversation about SAM-CT’s efforts to reform Connecticut’s election system.
SAM stands for Serve America Movement, a political organization founded in New York in 2017, where it is now also a political party.
SAM-CT formed in 2019. It is an election reform group with a growing coalition of voters focused on restructuring Connecticut’s election system by supporting term limits, ranked-choice voting and a statewide referendum on open primaries.
Their efforts are designed to provide voters with more competition and more choice at the ballot box and more action on the issues that matter to voters.
In the Connecticut November 2019 municipal elections, SAM endorsed Mike Urgo’s successful campaign for re-election as the town’s first selectman.
Who: Oz Griebel, SAM-CT and Mike Urgo, First Selectman of North Stonington
What: A discussion of election reform in Connecticut
When: February 24, 2020 at 6:00 p.m.
Where: Wheeler Library, 101 Main Street – North Stonington, Connecticut
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