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  • Letter of Endorsement

    To the Editor:

    I first met Mr JP Sredzinski as a parent on the sidelines of Little League baseball while our sons played together for a few years.  He then became involved in the coaching of the team, eventually becoming the Travel Team manager in 2009, for the Monroe U10 team.  It was then we also worked on the Monroe Little League board together.  His passion for service was remarkable, always willing to help where he could, especially when it came to taking care of the kids on his team.  

  • Letter of Endorsement

    To the Editor:

    I am confident Matt Cole is the best candidate for state representative.

    Over the years I have watched Matt grow into a young man who I am proud to know. I admire his leadership qualities and his strong commitment to volunteering. I have no doubt he will put his strong skills to work in Hartford and will be a voice for the people of Newtown.

    Join me on November 4th and vote for the best candidate for State Representative, Matt Cole.

  • Letter of Endorsement

    To the Editor:

    Some of the best people I know are those who’ve devoted their lives to others.  They are also the ones who touch and represent the best interests of people at some of the most sensitive times.  This is why our community would be best served by reelecting Joe Egan as Probate Judge. 

  • Letter of Endorsement

    To the Editor:

    It is with great pride I endorse Mitch Bolinsky for reelection as Newtown’s 106th District State Representative.  Mitch is a one-term incumbent who spent his first term establishing himself a leader in the state house by learning protocols, building relationships and most importantly performing public service for Newtowners with great compassion. 

  • Letter of Endorsement

    To the Editor:

    We would like to express our support in electing Tony Hwang as our state senator. When electing people to office we look at three important traits in any candidate:  1) an unwavering commitment to serve as a representative of the people; 2) an ability to be a thoughtful and effective legislator; and 3) possess great character. We have known Tony and his family for over 12 years – as a neighbor, friend, and colleague – and we can say with confidence that he meets all three criteria.

  • Letter of Endrosement

    To the Editor:

    My wife and I moved to Newtown in 1993. We started a family here and through our kids have become immersed in all that is great about our town. In the 20-plus years I've lived here, I have never been moved to write a letter to the editor. Until now.

    In less than a month we will have a choice in deciding who will lead our community in the seat of the 28th Senate District. Through my employment I have gotten to know one of the candidates, Tony Hwang.

  • Searching For The Right Balance On The Ballot

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  • Letter of Endorsement

    To the Editor:

    I have had the privilege and honor of working with Tony Hwang over the six years he has served as our State Representative for the 134th District. What initially impressed me and still does today is the commitment he brings to anything he undertakes. It is a reflection of his values and who he is as a person.

  • Letter of Endorsement

    To the Editor:

     Over the years… and there have been many since I'm now 80! … of watching and working for political candidates, I've never met a more committed public servant than Tony Hwang. 

    In an age of disillusionment with politics it is so important to have a man like Tony Hwang as a leader in the Connecticut State Senate. His exuberant attendance and participation at events sponsored by young people have given them a good model for their lives.

  • Letters of Endorsement

    To the Editor: As a former US Comptroller General, I have earned a national and international reputation as a truth teller, problem solver, and transformational change agent. Based on my extensive study of the current financial condition and competitive posture of the State of Connecticut, it's time for truth and trans-formation in the Constitution State. The plain and simple truth is that Connecticut has gone from a leading state to last place in connec-tion with a number of key financial and competitiveness factors over the past 25-plus years.