Oz Griebel and Monte Frank were the speakers at a recent West Hartford Exchange Club meeting.
The West Hartford Exchange Club recently hosted Oz Griebel and Monte Frank, independent candidates for governor/lieutenant governor. Emphasizing their “No politics, No parties, Just solutions” theme, Griebel and Frank outlined their mission of providing enthusiastic and collaborative leadership focused on the ideas and the actions necessary for Connecticut to compete aggressively and successfully for jobs, capital, and talent. Their goal is to ensure that Connecticut remains a premier place for all people to live, play, work, start and grow an enterprise and raise a family.
Griebel and Frank emphasized “to realize our state’s full potential, all stakeholders must be involved, including the business community, state, municipal, and regional governments, and public and private universities and colleges. We will bring in relevant voices from big and small businesses and nonprofit organizations, community leaders, teachers, students, parents. We want to put aside differences in political ideology or party affiliation to work towards a shared goal: Making sure Connecticut can compete successfully for jobs, capital, talent, and industry.”
To learn more about the campaign go to https://www.ozforgovct.com.
The West Hartford Exchange Club’s mission is to make its community a better place to live through programs of service in Americanism, Community Service, Youth Activities and its national project, the Prevention of Child Abuse. The club sponsors the West Hartford Police & Firefighters Annual Service Awards and provides annual scholarships to Hall and Conard graduates. The club also donates to a variety of local charities.