• Letter of Endorsement

    To the Editor:

    I’d like to take this time to endorse our current state representative for the 106th District, Mitch Bolinsky, for another term on Election Day.

    Mitch has a strong record of serving Newtown as a past member of the Board of Ethics, the Economic Development Commission and the Legislative Council.  In addition to his public service, he brings over 25 years of private sector experience in the areas of Marketing and Regulatory Affairs.

  • Letter of Endrosement

    To the Editor:

    My experience in having worked with Mitch Bolinsky on the Legislative Council, makes it easy to once again support him in his bid for reelection as Newtown’s 106th District State Representative.

  • Letter of Endorsement

    To the Editor:

    We encourage you to reelect Mitch Bolinsky. He joined the General Assembly during challenging times, caused by 12/14, and quickly grew into a seasoned legislator. A conservative Republican, Mitch was guided by some of the best – from both parties. He was assigned to the right committees, fought for all things Newtown, and accomplished a lot. Now he’s ready to do more and has the connections and savvy to do so.

  • Letter of Endorsement

    To the Editor:

    It is a great pleasure to endorse our State Representative, Mitch Bolinsky, for the 106th District. When I first met Mitch, he was serving as Pack Committee Chairman for the Newtown Cub Scouts. Previously, he had served as Cub Master and Den Leader.

    Mitch has also served on the Legislative Council, Economic Development Commission and Board of Ethics. He also serves as a Justice of the Peace. Whatever organization Mitch volunteers for, he is always is the first one to roll up his sleeves and get to work.

  • Bolinsky, McKinney Join Governor Praising New DUI Law

    Newtown Rep. Mitch Bolinsky stands behind Governor Dannel Malloy, and beside Rep. Tony Hwang and Senator John McKinney during a bill signing event at the Fairfield Police Department August 11. Officials were introducing the statute, which affects a number of changes to deter driving under the influence (DUI) and strengthens the state’s ignition interlock requirements by authorizing the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to administratively require the devices be installed on cars of first-time DUI offenders. 

  • Evergreen Plantings Added To I-84 Bridge Replacement Project

    Evergreen tree plantings intended to improve aesthetics will now be included as part of an ongoing Interstate 84 dual-bridge replacement project in the Sandy Hook section.

    State Representative Mitch Bolinsky (R-106) in a statement on January 22 said that “noise mitigation” and a permanent safety barrier will be part of the project where I-84 crosses over Center Street in the Riverside section.

  • Local GOP Reps ‘Disappointed,’ 'Misled' Over Gun Panel Split

    Two of Newtown’s three state representatives expressed dismay and frustration following a split recommendation by the legislative working group on gun violence, after a bipartisan package of reforms suddenly morphed into two sets of recommendations on Tuesday, March 5.

  • Unanimous Vote Carries Aid Bill Inspired By Newtown Responders

    Newtown’s State Representatives Mitch Bolinsky, Dan Carter, and DebraLee Hovey joined their colleagues March 6 in unanimously passing a bill to help the first responders of the Newtown tragedy. According to Rep Bolinsky, the vote was 143 to 0 with only eight lawmakers absent.

  • Rep Bolinsky Invites Job Seekers To Career Fair

    DANBURY — Newtown State Representative Mitch Bolinsky is inviting job seekers to an upcoming career fair sponsored by the Connecticut Department of Labor (DOL) and the Danbury Chamber of Commerce.

    The event will take place on Tuesday, March 12, from 11 am to 3 pm at the Ethan Allen Hotel, 21 Lake Avenue Extension.

    The fair will feature dozens of local employers, and also offers job seeking resources, including:

    *Nationally certified resume writers available for resume critiquing