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ACORN Behind ‘Protests’ At AIG Homes

From New York Magazine:

Busload of Crazies to Tour Homes of AIG Executives This Weekend


Less than a year ago, the most repellent area bus tour we knew of was the one that induced Sex and the City–crazed tourists to put $40 on their Citi cards for a cupcake and a glimpse at Carrie Bradshaw’s brownstone. How times have changed! Now, everyone’s clamoring aboard the Populist Rage Bus.

The Connecticut Working Families Party this weekend has organized a bus store that will make stops at Wilton, Connecticut, AIG office as well as the security-patrolled homes of AIG execs who are fearing for their lives.

"We’re going to be peaceful and lawful in everything we do," said Jon Green, the director of Connecticut Working Families. "I know there’s a lot of anger and a lot of rage about what’s happened. We’re not looking to foment that unnecessarily, but what we want to do is give folks in Bridgeport and Hartford and other parts of Connecticut who are struggling and losing their homes and their jobs and their health insurance an opportunity to see what kinds of lifestyle billions of dollars in credit-default swaps can buy."

Right, they’re not fomenting rage, they’re just encouraging it. So if you happen to record someone’s address so you can return in the dead of night, it’s not like Working Families told you to! We know we sound paranoid and we really can’t believe we’re actually on the same side as Rush, but this is getting way out of hand. Oh, to have fat ladies in high heels clogging up the West Village again.

And just who are Connecticut Working Families?

Why a couple of mouse clicks would tell any interested journalist that they were ‘founded’ by none other than ACORN.

From CWF’s website:

Working Families Party Making Inroads

by Scott Whipple (New Britain Herald) Oct. 28th, 2008

Asked about the party’s joint founder, ACORN (The Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now), Dinkin said “while it’s fair to say that ACORN has a role in Working Families, allegations of voter fraud against ACORN are trumped up. At worst, a couple of people who worked for ACORN tried to cheat ACORN and not do their jobs. These people were identified and fired. I’m impressed with what a good operation they run.” …

So it all becomes clear.

The only question is why does ACORN feel the need to hide behind a front group?

Certainly we know by now that they are shameless.

(Thanks to CGardner for the heads up.)

This article was posted by Steve on Friday, March 20th, 2009. Comments are currently closed.

39 Responses to “ACORN Behind ‘Protests’ At AIG Homes”

  1. Colonel1961 says:

    Capitalism is organized crime? Fools and knaves. And useful idiots.

    • navymom says:

      Capitalism is organized crime? How about voter registration fraud??? Voter manipulation?? Voter intimidation (Blank Panthers at voting places)??? Recounting votes until their person wins??? Strong arming banks to give out bad loans??? Breaking into repoed homes??? Where does the list end???

  2. Consilience says:

    These people are a menace and at some point we’re going to have to convince them their misguided efforts exact a high price…

    • jrmcdonald says:

      One volunteer fire dept. could send this rabble packing. Buy guns AND ammo folks while you still can.

  3. Consilience says:

    Notice the nitwit in the photo appears to have a Islamic-like scarf…I fear there will be much bloodshed as a result of government hype/demagogy. No American should have to endure this thuggish nonsense. These people should pay a price, along with their “leaders” in Congress/White House…

  4. proreason says:

    Day 60

    It’s come to this in 60 days.

  5. MinnesotaRush says:

    The Salem Witch Hunt’s come to mind.

    I think it’s important to notice the text of their signs that speak to the real agenda. Perfectly Alinsky, Ayers, o-blah-blah, et al. Anti-capitalism, anti-America, anti-_____, anti-_____, anti-_____.

    Terrorizing law abiding citizen workers and their families in their own homes is just another piece of the sick web they weave; and they by all means needs to be repelled and stopped.

    How come o-blah-blah, Dodd, and Geithner aren’t calling some “community organizers” (ACORN) to let ’em know to call off the(ir) dogs??? They KNEW of these bonuses are are purposely inciting people (possibly to riot, or worse)!

    Capitalism is a crime (NOT); but what these eggheads are up to is good?!?!? It seems to me that these people are inciting (domestic) terrorism.

    These ACORN thugs and “associates” seem to be feeling real empowered now that their “guy” is in. Maybe some “bus tours” need to be organized for the WH and Congress (and other ACORN locations).

    God Bless the innocents and the CT law enforcement that are gonna get sucked into this ugly and canniving vortex.

  6. U NO HOO says:

    Tell those miscreants that Trick or Treat is in October.

  7. Weasel says:

    “The only question is why does ACORN feel the need to hide behind a front group?”

    Actually, I think the real questions is, why does Obama and the “dims” feel the need to hide behind ACORN who is also hiding behind a front group?

    The have the White House, the Senate, the House of Reps, the mainstream media, etc. They can do what they want any time they want. So if what they are doing is so wonderful, why hide it?

    • Sharps Rifle says:

      Because even the most deluded of the ‘rats (and to be a ‘rat, you have to be ignorant, stupid, deluded, or some combination thereof) won’t openly admit to being what they really are:


      I happen to know a former KGB officer who defected just before the fall of the Soviet Union, and he told me something that was very informative: “The Democratic Party has been full of Communists who were loyal to Moscow since the 1920’s. If you read their platforms since 1932, you will see items placed there at the orders of the Kremlin. Prior to 1992, Moscow relied on ‘useful idiots,’ but now with Communism in Russia a memory (I wonder about that sometimes-S.R.), the American Democratic Party is the true home of Marxism in the west, and Obama is a true believer. He doesn’t have the courage to admit that he IS a Communist, but he is one.” He then gave me a very hard look and said “This is not the country I left Russia for anymore. If Obama isn’t stopped, this country will end up worse than North Korea.”

      I have no reason to doubt this man, and every reason to believe him.

      May God forgive the people of this country who were fool enough to elect the Anti-Christ to the presidency.

    • retire05 says:

      Anyone notice who furnished these signs? It is the Party for Socialism and Liberation, an arm of the Socialist Party of America.

      Any liberals out there want to tell me how Communist died in this country when the U.S.S.R. collapsed?

      Be sure to watch as this economy continues to falter; these fools are now coming out in the open.

      Was J. Edgar Hoover’s book prophetic? It seems so.

  8. nctedl says:

    how is this not illegal. Could it be the that Obama and his cronies in congress are pushing this .

    America is changing and not for the better.

    Change you can believe, I think not.

  9. canary says:

    I noticed the terrorist in the scarf too. So, the neighboorhood needs to also get masks covering their faces, and long heavy grade strand of double barbwire, the width of the street. Two patriots with muslim masks, one each side of street. See commie bus coming, use the barbed rope across the street. Hopefully the worst thing to happen is the commies will have to walk home.

  10. CGardner says:

    The contact address for CT Working Families Party is:

    30 Arbor St., Suite 210
    Hartford CT 06106

    The address for ACORN in Harford is:

    30 Arbor St., Suite 210
    Hartford CT 06106

    Funny how they claim to be an “independent” political party.

  11. Zilla says:

    Did anyone notice the website shown at the bottom of those signs? Party for Socialism and Liberation.

    • canary says:

      Zilla, they claim to be a new 3rd/Independent party. Course they want donations, this one doesn’t say if tax-deductable, but 5000 dollar a person limit. No lobbyists. (maybe cause they are a scam) thouogh working with acorn. If acorn is a part of this I’d say this is illegal. No federal ID number or tax number. Kind of like all the fake rip off ollobama coins. No wonder they guy has his face covered.

  12. Steve says:

    Apparently the Connecticut Post reads S&L.

    From this morning’s edition:

    AIG executives at the center of firestorm

    By MariAn Gail Brown

    Every now and then, a beefy security guard steps out of his sport utility vehicle idling outside James Haas’ Fairfield house, strides up the driveway and tells visitors his employer has no desire to see them.

    “You’ll have to go,” he informs one couple. “Mr. Haas doesn’t want you on his property. He’s not home.” The guard gestures toward Sasco Hill Road, where traffic appears heavier than usual, with pickups, minivans and a few econo-cars. These curiosity seekers, not ordinarily seen in this ritzy Southport neighborhood, slow down to gawk at the home of one of the AIG Financial Products’ executives, recipients of a share of the $165 million retention bonuses meted out with taxpayer bailout money.

    In the big scheme of things, the presence of this security outside Haas’ home is a dress rehearsal for the activists on the bus who will show up today to protest the bonuses, catch a glimpse of these executives’ havens and rally for new laws that make it harder for the corporate elite to benefit from federal bailouts and easier for middle class people to protect their homes from foreclosure.

    Connecticut Working Families and ACORN are organizing activists outraged by the federal bailout to AIG for a bus tour of AIG executive homes in Fairfield County, culminating with a rally outside AIG Financial Products’ headquarters in Wilton.

    “The voices of people who are on the other side of this economic meltdown have not been heard, and they need to be heard as clearly and as forcefully about losing their homes to foreclosure, losing their jobs,” Jon Green, a spokesman for Connecticut Working Families, says. “We are not looking to harass these individuals or fan the flames for retribution in any way.”

    But if any of the AIG executives who took a slice of the firm’s retention bonuses feels uncomfortable or a sense of shame, he says, it might not be a bad thing. “It would show that there’s a sense of contrition.”

    Back in the Southport section of Fairfield, Mark Bystery, a retired Seagrams executive, reined in his Siberian husky, Natasha, as they passed Haas’ home.

    “First off, it was a huge mistake that Congress made, giving away these billion-dollar bailouts. If you have to pay retention bonuses, they should be based on merit, not for people who by their own mismanagement caused the business to be in the position it’s in,” Bystery says. “If the federal government hadn’t done this, this company wouldn’t have been out of business. It would have asked for givebacks from its people and been forced to cut its wages.”

    Bystery knows firsthand of what he speaks. In his career in the beverage industry, he’d seen more than one of his former employers renegotiate employees’ salary and benefits packages to stay in business.

    “Ultimately, I would like to see the [bonus] money turned back into some fruitful venue to re-energize the company and/or bring back some of the …[funds],” Bystery says. “Unfortunately, the company is so big that if AIG went under [now] it could be very devastating” to the economy.

    A few houses away, a neighbor of Haas’ who lives in a house behind a locked iron gate, would only speak about her neighbor over the intercom from her house.

    Not far away, on Golden Pond Lane, also in Fairfield, it was the same story outside Douglas Poling’s house. A security guard stood vigil in the driveway in the early evening, warding off the media.

    According to several media reports, Poling, who received $6.4 million, Haas and Jon Liebergall, of New Canaan, intend to give the bonuses back.

    At the home of another AIG executive, Joseph Rooney, on Campbell Road in Fairfield, a woman who answered the phone said he wasn’t there late Friday afternoon. Informed the caller was a reporter, the woman promised to give him a message. Then she hung up.

    Rooney’s house is one of just three Colonials on a narrow, dead-end street in the Greenfield Hill section of town. The road’s entrance is marked by two short columns. Rooney bought the 10-room house in 1997 for $597,750 and it has an assessment of $924,630.

    Robert Toft, who identified himself as the father of Christian Toft, one of the AIG bonus recipients, answered the door Friday evening at the family’s large, gray Colonial tucked away at the end of Hidden Meadow Road in Weston.

    “We’re just under a lot of stress right now and my son does not want to make any comment at this time,” said the senior Toft. Asked if he or his son wanted to address the controversy over the bonuses, he said, “Not at the present time.”

    A Weston police officer summoned by the Tofts then ordered a reporter from the scene.

    Robert Powell, another AIG bonus recipient who lives in Weston, did not appear to be home Friday. His large Hemlock Ridge Road home at the end of a long, winding driveway was dark and no one answered the door.

    Security companies in New York say the financial crisis has created brisk business in everything from bomb-sniffing dogs to bodyguards for executives. The firms didn’t want to identify the companies for security reasons.

    Pat Timlin, president of the Michael Stapleton Associates, which provides dog teams, said some companies are reacting to the negative atmosphere surrounding Wall Street firms.

    “These are people used to living private lives, and are now faced with publicity and attention, often negative attention, and they’re worried and responding to that,” Timlin said.

    Tim Horner, the managing director at Kroll Inc. security company, said the financial industry is taking any perceived risk much more seriously. He has seen an increase on the human resources side of security from companies concerned about hostile laid-off employees.

    He has also seen more companies reacting to the very public criticism of once very private companies like AIG.

    “There are corporations that have been spotlighted as those responsible or whatever, where they weren’t before, and it’s a concern,” he said. “What’s going on here is the stress that individuals and corporations are facing, given a downturn economy. The problems are highlighted more during this time.”

    AIG executives who received bonuses: James Haas, 47, Fairfield Jonathan Liebergall, 43, New Canaan Steven Pike, 47, Stamford Christopher Pohle, 47, New Canaan Douglas Poling, 48, Fairfield Robert Powell, 45, Weston Joseph Rooney, 45, Fairfield Gregory Ruffa, 46, Darien Leonid Shekhtman, 48. Redding Christopher Toft, 41, New Canaan Steven Wagar, 41, Norwalk


    Isn’t it considerate of the Connecticut Post to list the names and town of all of the AIG executives?

    • proreason says:

      The people of Conneticut should come to the assistance of those people named by that corrupt and disgusting newspaper. It’s one of the most dispicable things I’ve ever heard of.

      The office of the POTUS is behind these criminal actions.

    • Gila Monster says:

      This is exactly the same tactic(s) used by the socialist jack-booted thugs out in CA trying to overturn Prop 8. Publish names and then subject them to endless harassment, straight out of the Marx-Lenin-Hitler-Stalin-Alinsky playbook, page 666.

      If the libtards keep this BS up, it will eventually blow up in their collective faces. When you threaten someone personally, it’s one thing but when you threaten their families’ security and safety, don’t act surprised when both barrels are suddenly pointed at your head from point blank range.
      That line from Dirty Harry comes to mind, “Do you feel lucky, ….well do ya punk”.

  13. Liberals Demise says:

    Someone on “High” answer me this….How in the Wild, Wild, Wild World of Sports is ACORN a political ANYTHING when in fact they are a 501c Tax Exempt Status org.?
    I’m really getting pissed over this. I am a member of a tax exempt status organization, “Marine Corps League”. If we were to EVER pull anything like the crap ACORN in getting away with, we would lose our status. We do more in the communities we live in than ACORN……..and without the rabble rousing / lying / cheating / back handed scams these perps lay on the people they are “suppose” to “help”!!
    This can’t continue to go on much longer……….it is getting to stupid to allow to continue.

  14. vdavisson says:

    Notice the bullhorn guy is wearing a keffiyeh.

    I searched for Connecticut Working Families over at discoverthenetworks.org but did not find anything. It might be a good submission for them to add to the network. Nice work S&L.

  15. Melly says:

    My friend’s neighbor in Weston Ct headed a division of AIG; it was hugely successful. He only makes $200,000 (everything is relative – he cannot live off that alone given the property taxes, mortgage in CT). Anyways, he relies on his bonuses. He is still debating whether to return the bonus or face the taxes.

    I hope people have grounds to sue for having their names released to the public. God forbid someone gets injured because of these ACORN pigs.

    • Colonel1961 says:

      Hey, Mel: tell him to keep the bonus and fight it in court – ex post facto. What a sad state of affairs. $200k is marginal in those climes and below the threshold for retribution (or redistribution), I thought…

  16. CGardner says:

    Here’s one possible reason why ACORN decided to hide behind one of its front groups for this job. From a 3/18 article in the Washington Post:

    Hill panel testimony to accuse ACORN of mob tactics

    A lawyer for a whistleblower on the activist group ACORN is prepared to tell a House panel Thursday that the group provided liberal causes with protest-for-hire services and coerced donations from the targets of demonstrations through a mob-style “protection” racket.

    ACORN called it the “muscle for the money” program, according to prepared testimony Pittsburgh lawyer Heather Heidelbaugh plans to deliver at a hearing of the House Judiciary subcommittee on the Constitution, civil rights and civil liberties. . . .


  17. vdavisson says:

    plsweb.org is the Party for Socialism and Liberation

  18. 12 Gauge Rage says:

    Beware of any protester who wears a Muslim scarf, or wears a beret and has on a red shirt with a black stencil of Che Guevara’s (murderous bastard!) face.

  19. GL0120 says:

    What prevents a group of concerned conservatives from picketing at ACORN headquarters or at the homes of their executives?
    We’d be expressing free speech about matters that concern us, just like ACORN does.
    Think about it!

    • navymom says:

      I like the way you think. Acorn EXECs AND congressional idiots who vote for legislation without reading it! I say protest at their homes also! I also say, cap the salary of congress, tax any kickbacks, monies they make from being in their positions of political power AND, make it all RETROACTIVE from the day they took office!!!

  20. bobbys says:

    Do these Acorn “protesters” get paid by debit cards or do they have them on payroll with taxes Taken out????.

    I suppose the irony escapes them ..

    • GL0120 says:

      Pay taxes? What are you smoking?
      These are the Perpetually Poor, the downtrodden, who don’t make enough at their minimum wage jobs (and who refuse to work for better jobs) to pay taxes.
      Think about it, these protesters more than likely receive payments from the Earned Income Credit which means that the very people who are the targets of these protesters are paying for their own vilification!

  21. canary says:

    To be legal they have to be registered with the government. It’s not tax-deductible, and not non-profit. Donations obviously pay their salaries, office, etc.
    Something I don’t think people realize even in non-profit organizations, is by law the organization can keep up to 80% of donations to pay staff, office, cars, etc.
    You can check on a non-profit organziation’s assets to see how your donations are being used. It seems that all these Obama organizations are non-transparent, and no one is looking into it. The one paid by Democratic Nomination Committee is using so much money to promote Obama, what happens next election? Who’s going to give to these organizations since Obama is in, already promised miracles. So, I’d say most of these Acorn, etc. are paying themselves with any penny they get.

    An example is the RED CROSS. When I heard after 9/11 to send donations to them, I was like don’t do it. Then RED CROSS tried to keep millions, but since it had major media attention, they handed it over. Saw a small grass roots garage charity center, grow into a gigantic company after a disaster once. The victims got little. The fed govt aided them in their extravaganza and disbursements.

    I checked one of these links and couldn’t find any of Obama’s grass root organizations in Federal or charities.

    Explains Acorn, Myobama, etc. they have to have an EIN (federal ID number):



    CORRECTION? ACORN is non-profit? This article says they may have given money to support Obama. Either way the guidelines the IRS gives is they have to have registered numbers, be transparent, show their income, outcome, how every penny was spent. If they fix a hole in the wall, (cause alot of non-profits really like to milk. And I’ve found in the past, pretty easy to check on a church or non-profit organzation like a church. Usually they have audit, IRS records and stuff. I know My.Obama that Sweetness-Light showed they weren’t non-profit, and gave to different agencies that paid for their organizations. But, where’s the registration numbers, etc. profit or non-profit. I think Obama is a blowing a smokescreen.



    This talks about transparency do to the Transparency Act of 2006 by Bush. So, much for Obama hiding billions of dollars from everyone in the country.

    • canary says:

      Federal ID 22-3104237 Donate Now Through Network For Good (see link)

      So, I’m assuming ACORN is not non-profit. Because ACCORN’s site did not give the Federal non-profit identification?

      An excerpt from Adam Serwer’s article Oct. 31st 2008

      ACORN’s Internal Problems

      While ACORN has previously been in Republican crosshairs, Obama’s connections to the group have made it even more of a lightning rod. Neither camp has been entirely honest in making its case. In the last presidential debate, Obama maintained that his only connection to ACORN was that he represented the organization as a lawyer in a court case alongside the Justice Department. In fact, the Obama campaign paid ACORN affiliate Citizen’s Services, Inc. $800,000 for get-out-the-vote efforts during the 2008 primary but not for registration, as conservatives have claimed. In addition, Obama’s 1992 involvement with Project Vote occurred before the group came under the auspices of ACORN in 1994, according to Project Vote spokesperson Sarah Massey.

      Nevertheless, ACORN is in many ways a troubled organization. Dale Rathke, the brother of the organization’s founder, embezzled nearly $1 million dollars from ACORN between 1999 and 2000. The organization later tried to conceal the embezzlement from its donors. In addition, concerns of impropriety have risen over ACORN’s stewardship of Project Vote, which is a federally tax exempt nonprofit and must be nonpartisan. The New York Times reported last week that the board of Project Vote was staffed entirely by members of ACORN, which is a nonprofit but is not tax exempt and therefore not subject to the same restrictions on political activity. ACORN also owes back taxes to several states and the IRS.

      Recently the group overstated the number of new voters it has registered. ACORN first reported that it had registered 1.3 million new voters, but the exact number of new voters seems to have been 450,000, with close to 30 percent of the forms filed turning out to be faulty in some way, with many either being incomplete, duplicates, or having false names. As for the argument that ACORN is trying to swing the election through fraudulent forms, Brian Kettenring argues the organization is in fact, being victimized by employees who are being paid for not actually doing any work.

      “The submission of bogus voter registrations is really workers ripping off their employer. … Registration fraud doesn’t lead to [fraudulent] votes, so if one were trying to impact the outcome of the election, that would be an ineffective way to go about it.”

  22. BillK says:

    What many of you fail to realize is for things that are illegal or unconstitutional to be stopped, you need at least two factors:

    1) Political will

    2) Adequate momentum.

    For example, say someone wants to point out that ACORN or Code Pink are (once again) violating their 501(c)3 guidelines.

    To call them on it there has to be political will.

    The Dems won’t do it and when they were in office the Republicans lacked the political will.

    Now say a Republican group is doing something the left believes is unconstitutional.

    A left group will file suit, multiple others will file friend-of-the-court briefs, and a number of Democratic legislators will jump in as “interested parties.”

    What about something like say, Obama’s birth certificate or Congress’ laws retroactively making a grab for the AIG bonuses.

    First, no Republicans have the political will to make an issue of it.

    Second, if anyone does sue, it will be painted as the actions of a few right-wing wackos.

    There are no large Conservative groups to file friend-of-the-court briefs.

    Thus the Supreme Court will rule there is no “standing” to sue, and there is no “harm” that can be shown.

    Thus any number of blatantly illegal or unconstitutional issues go untouched.

    For example, the Supreme Court lacks the political will to overturn a national election, so even if Obama’s birth certificate plainly says “Indonesia” it would never see the light of day.

    This was first posited as a query as to what would happen if Schwarzenegger, ran for and was elected President – he’d serve.

    SCOTUS would never risk overturning the results of a valid Presidential election.

    To bring this full circle, neither ACORN nor Code Pink nor any other liberal group will ever lose their tax exemption; the press would paint anyone who tried to bring the case as a heartless partisan attacking a group that just wanted to “do good” and thus no one possesses the political will to even try.

    • Steve says:

      “What many of you fail to realize is for things that are illegal or unconstitutional to be stopped, you need at least two factors”

      Good points, BillK. (Though the birth certificate thing was always nonsense.)

      But you left out one thing — money. Even a 501c3 needs a sugar daddy or mommy.

      If it wasn’t for Jodie Evans getting a billion dollar divorce settlement from her husband, nobody would have ever heard of Code Pink.

      Similarly, we only know about ACORN and other such anti-American groups because they are all heavily funded by the usual suspects — Soros and his pals.

      If just a few people from the right would step up to the plate, like they have done on the other side, it would be amazing what a difference it could make.

      In that respect, maybe Mr. Obama is doing our side a favor with his war on capitalism.

      If any capitalists survive, they might remember which side of the bread their butter is on.

      But I doubt it.

  23. Yarddog1 says:

    How come you never see any poor rednecks in groups like this?

  24. canary says:

    Well, the one ACORN org wasn’t exempt from taxes and wan’t tax-deductable.
    Clicked on to an ACORN CAFE, and they are tax-deductable, and have the 501(c)3 only their Federal ID number is 680434948.
    There are so many branches and different spin-off names, so some are non-profit, but some have to pay taxes. Anyways, didn’t know there was such a variety of nuts in this country. Nut capital of the world.

  25. CounterRevolutionary says:

    Here are some names of the “rent a mob” and the names from the organizing ACORN faction.

    If you are a hard working AIG executive I suggest you sue each and everyone personally.

    AIG Protesters

    Mary Huguley, of Hartford, said AIG executives should share their wealth with people like her sister, who is facing foreclosure.

    Marisa Lindsey sits with Malik Stallings 6, and Leslie Seecharan as they pass the home of James Hass, an AIG executive, Saturday, March 21, 2009 in Fairfield, Conn

    We think $165 million could be used in a more appropriate way to keep people in their homes, create more jobs and health care,” said Emeline Bravo-Blackport, a gardener

    Another protester, Claire Jeffery, of Bloomfield, said she’s on the verge of foreclosure. She works as a housekeeper; her husband, a truck driver, can’t find work

    Jon Green, the director of Connecticut Working Families

    Jon Green – Executive Director

    Kate Breslin – Canvass Director

    Carly Dickinson – 4th CD (Bridgeport-Norwalk-Stamford Area) Organizer

    Joe Dinkin – Communications Director

    Lindsay Farrell – Organizing Director

    Marquita McElya – 1st CD (Hartford Area) Organizer

    Dianna Vazquez – Administrative Coordinator

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