Green Party map
of Connecticut

Watch us on Public Access cable TV!

Click here for
program guide

Rolf Maurer for Constable, Stamford 2011

What is a Constable? In Connecticut, a Constable has the same duties, within the boundaries of a town, as a State Marshal:  serving legal papers to the people named in a lawsuit. (This role was also fulfilled by County Sheriffs until that office was abolished in 2000.)

    Rolf Maurer

A former Associate Editor with Folio: magazine, Rolf Maurer has collectively spent eight years working in trade and directory publishing, and, as former co-chair of the Unitarian Universalist Society in Stamford's Civil Liberties Action Committee, organized a series of lectures and panel discussions on the PATRIOT Act and related topics. He has relied completely on foot, bike, and mass transit since 1999. Rolf ran for Mayor in 2009.


If elected, Rolf promises:

  • Reliable and efficient process service throughout Stamford:
    - Writs
    - Subpoenas
    - Summons and Complaints
    - Delinquent Child Support Payments
  • Four-season delivery by bicycle or mass transitóclean, quiet, and unthreatening
  • No firearms carried or needed

Greenwich has a Bicycle Master Plan and a Safe Routes to School program. Stamford needs these too, since 10% of Stamford households have no car.

- SWRPA Bicycle and Pedestrian Planning
- Keep Stamford Moving
- Connecticut Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Board
- Connecticut Bicycle Coalition
- Fairfield County Bike-Ped Alliance
- Stamford Area Bike Shops
- CT Transit Routes & Schedules
- Transportation thread on BlogStamford

Approved by Rolf Maurer
Paid for by the Green Party of Connecticut