No one will talk on the record, though.
Democrats Sherelle Harris and Heidi Keyes joined Republicans Sue Haynie and Lauren Rosato at what is described as a “Realtor event” Sunday in East Norwalk, sponsored by “Norwalk Citizens and Taxpayers for a Bi-partisan BOE.” That caused some people to wonder why the women were working against members of their own party.
Despite the appearances, a source close to the situation said the women were simply invited to the event, and had not banded together for an alternative ticket. No one replied to questions about how or why the four women were chosen. There are five female candidates. Shirley Mosby said she had not been contacted about the event.
“There is no Republican or Democratic way to run a BOE,” a flier advertising the event said. “It’s about driving achievement for ALL students with the most productive use our our taxpayer dollars.”
Elect the four bi-partisan women, the flier said.
A computer search for Norwwalk Citizens & Taxpayers for a Bi-Partisan B.O.E. returned no results.