Constituent Survey 2018

The 2018 Legislative Session begins on February 7th and ends May 9th. During this time, I will face many tough choices which is why it is so important for me to get feedback from you about the most pressing issues facing Guilford and Branford. I hope you will take a few minutes to complete my fourth annual legislative survey and help me better represent our district at the State Capitol.

As always, please do not hesitate to contact me if you or your family is in need of assistance, or if you would like to share an opinion with me. It’s an honor to serve as your state representative and I look forward to hearing from you about ways we can improve Connecticut for all of us.

Last year I held a “Citizens Budget Workshop” in Guilford where I asked people to work with their neighbors in small groups to balance our state budget. 9 out of 10 groups did and it helped me make the case to my colleagues that if constituents with different political views could balance the budget, so could we. Until my next workshop, let me know how you think we should be balancing the budget.
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What can I be doing better?
What can I do to help you and your family?
Here are some of the bills that are being proposed right now, where do you stand?
Creating an employee-funded paid family leave program to ensure that families can earn paid time off to take care of newborn children and sick loved ones
Legalizing marijuana for recreational use
Instituting electronic tolls on our highways if revenue collected is placed in a lockbox only to be used for transportation projects like fixing roads and bridges
Allowing early voting that exists in other states where you can go and vote before Election Day
How can state government help create more good-paying jobs?
There ought to be law
Every so often, I find myself saying “there ought to be a law.” Now is your chance to suggest a bill that the legislature should consider. What are your ideas for what we should be working on at the Capitol?
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