A Politician Not To Be Ignored
To the Editor:
Honestly, I like Tony Hwang as much as the next person. What’s not to like about such a happy man who is personally willing to help others when needed? In the political sense, that persona is really working for him. He received about 60 percent of the votes on his last campaign.
However, it has become more and more clear to me that his happy-go-lucky energy is a mere facade. He claims to be eager to help the people in his district, but his political activity and voting (or not voting) choices have done little to improve the lives of the people who voted for him. His votes in the State Senate have had little or no impact or are at times contrary to what he says he will do and thus have had little positive impact for us.
Now, what Connecticut needs is a politician whose actions in Hartford cannot be ignored. Michelle McCabe, the new Democratic candidate for State Senator, is especially impressive. Her slogan, “Let’s Get to Work,” is truly representative of her political agenda. She will get the work done for the Connecticut people instead of just wasting more time in Hartford.
Compared to the lackluster political accomplishments of Tony Hwang, Michelle McCabe is a passionate, enthusiastic politician who does what she says she will do and is eager to really get things done for Connecticut’s citizens.
Amy L Kaplan
570 S Pine Creek Road, Fairfield October 10, 2018
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