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Photos tell story of Norwalk Republican caucus

Norwalk Republican Registrar Karen Doyle Lyons, left, greets a Republican voter Wednesday at the Norwalk Inn.

NORWALK, Conn. – At least one Norwalk Democrat had a request last week – provide lots of photos of the Norwalk Republican caucus, please.

That friendly email exchange led to the photo display you see below. As previously mentioned on these pages, one Nancy Chapman loves to take photographs. A picture is worth a thousand words, one reader replied. So here you have it, a spread of the Republican Town Committee (RTC) election that took place Wednesday at the Norwalk Inn.

It was very orderly. Conservative, one might say.

Enjoy, if that’s your pleasure.

Norwalk Republican Town Committee Art Scialabba, left, chats with Connecticut gubernatorial candidate and state Sen. John McKinney Wednesday at the Norwalk Inn.

 

Make sure you get my good side, said Bill Dunne, right.

 

 

 

Three’s a crowd for Republicans in District B. Republican Town Committee Chairman Art Scialabba, left, descended on the group at that point, as it meant there were enough people present to conduct legitimate voting.

 

 

Norwalk Republican Registrar Karen Doyle Lyons watches the proceedings.

 

 

Bill Dunne pays studious attention as voting nominations and endorsements continue.

 

Jim Feigenbaum nominates Republicans in District E. Watching are Emily Wilson and Ernie Desrochers.

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2 responses to “Photos tell story of Norwalk Republican caucus”

  1. Ophelia

    Ever notice that the best images of folks are captured when folks arent aware of the lense? It’s a constant challenge with limitations to optimum lense choices for focusing and lighting, if shooting from afar. Up close can be even more of a challenge as people tend to put on different faces for the camera. One photographer confessed that his optimum choice to capture people’s feelings and/or emotions, unobtrousivley and effectively was using mini cams that can be the size of a pen or disguised as some other object. People tend to pose when a photgrapeher is visblle. It’s a real challenge for a photographer, covering close confine venues to capture folks feelings/thoughts without them being aware that they may be prime time on the some web site. Would’ve liked to see a wider variety of subjects rather than just the same faces smircking for the lense that we see in every photoop.

  2. Some may not be the best “smiles” or smirks but many of these posted seem have honest-to-goodness smiles, the ones that come from being happy inside.
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    Nancy takes wonderful photos.

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