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Morris holds HQ open house

The election is Nov. 7.

NORWALK, Conn. – This is a press release, presented in the format in which it was sent:

 

Mayoral candidate Bruce V. Morris opening campaign office Sunday Demonstrates continued momentum to connect and engage with the citizens of Norwalk

NORWALK, October 7, 2017 — Morris Is for Us Campaign for Mayor of Norwalk will host an open house at the campaign’s new office in Norwalk this Sunday at 3:00 p.m., and the public is invited to join the celebration.

To kick off the grand opening, the event will offer food and a meet-and-greet with Morris, who is set to make a brief speaking appearance.  Those who attend also will have a chance to get involved with the campaign as a volunteer and to participate in on-site training exercises.

(Morris is for Us)

“I am particularly gratified by the numbers that have called for my candidacy,” Morris said. “I have heard for years from community and neighborhood groups, business men and women, from our schools, the underserved and others, encouraging me to run. I am overwhelmed by their support. This race is for them, and together we will achieve greater economic security and a better quality of life for all of Norwalk.”

The office will serve as a base of operation for committee members and volunteers to organize in and work out of, and as a location that citizens are welcome to stop by if they would like to seek information about Morris’s campaign as the November election approaches.

“The time is now,” said Morris, “I’ve been highly encouraged and motivated by the words of support I have received from many people across the city that I’ve met throughout my campaign.  I look forward to earning the support of more voters in our movement to address the issues that have long held our neighborhoods back from their true potential.”

For more information on Morris’s campaign, visit www.morrisisforus.org Members of the media are invited to visit www.facebook.com/Morrisforus/ to stay abreast of ongoing campaign activities.

 

What:   Bruce V. Morris campaign office grand opening celebration

When:  Sunday, October 8, 2017 from 3:00-:500 p.m.

Where: 20 Wall Street, Norwalk, CT 06850

 

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2 comments

amar haouari October 8, 2017 at 12:28 pm

Mister Morris,
Come give us a sample of your leadership ability here at Oak Hills Restaurant a minority business in Norwalk being damaged….
Let us see now that i put you to the test….
I am not expecting much of an answer anyway….

Rick October 8, 2017 at 1:44 pm

Bruce recently endorsements are coming in, police chief is talking expense on cruisers what I offer is thought and clarification on some budget issues that never made it to print

average price to run a fire boat in most cities is $200,000 dollars Norwalk has two the smaller one cant cost that much. right?

average cost of a police boat is about $150.00 an hour 20,000 a year to insure, and gas up . whats Norwalk have three? (2009 estimates)

Is the Harbor masters boat on the police budget?

Norwalk taxpayers need some idea what its costing to keep the city safe don’t they?

Take nothing away from the police dept boats they save lives and the price tag on one life is worth the cost, yet most cities now charge for the service , how much does Norwalk charge?

Norwalk has a language barrier among emergency services here in the city, if those who speak Spanish are not important enough to protect and serve is there anything you can suggest.

The stabbing victim last night needed a Darien police officer almost an hour after the stabbing at the Norwalk ER who spoke Spanish.This from the Darien police log

More police officers on the street that only speak English shows not much progress for a city this size, imagine a shopper at the new mall not able to describe whats wrong to a responding officer. Oh yes we are ready for a mall bike lanes traffic nightmares.

You would think after 40 plus years years something is learned and applied unless voter registration cards are checked first on victims in the city. They do eventually check victims to see if they have outstanding warrants now that,s a good collar isn’t it.

Norwalk want’s a sanctuary city our leadership travels outside the city to show support for those who want justice why not deliver it back home in Norwalk to those who deserve it?

For those who love to knee jerk on my postings I don’t think voter registration has anything to do with the professionalism of our officers

yes we have the more officers on the street with much more less experience than the 40 year vets who have left. The specified number in the budget that hasn’t changed to what 20 years? In other words they filled what 3 positions that sat open for 20 years.

I could bee wrong Bruce as well

Progress or election time?

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