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Posted on: January 17, 2020

Election Officials to Pilot Food Drive at Special Election

Calling it a “test run” for the November Elections, the Registrars of Voters are partnering with Neighbor to Neighbor to make the 151st State Rep Election a food drive. Drop-Off bins will be located at the three largest polling places where voting is taking place, on Tuesday, Jan. 21.

Voters can bring non-perishable items with them to North Mianus School, Central Middle School, or North Street School. In the future, more polling places will be added.

“I heard this program was working very successfully in Bristol, Connecticut, and it seemed clear to me that Greenwich residents have the resources and the heart to participate in a similar program.” said Fred DeCaro III, Registrar of Voters (R).

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