Constituent Survey 2019

This summer and fall I am going door to door to speak to as many of my constituents as possible. If I miss you, I hope that you will fill out this survey so that I can hear from you! Our state faces many tough challenges in the year ahead. That’s why I want to find out about the most pressing issues facing Norwalk and New Canaan directly from my constituents. I really feel I cannot represent you properly unless I know what is important to you.

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.

Both Democrats and Republicans in the Capitol agree that we need to spend more on our crumbling infrastructure, as it is prohibiting economic growth. In Connecticut, we have 242 bridges in a state of disrepair and trains to Manhattan are slower than they were 50 years ago. The only disagreement is over how we fund our transportation system. Which solution do you prefer?
Please check all that apply.
What can I be doing better?
How do you think CT should change our state tax system?
Please check all that apply.
Would you raise, reduce, or not change the spending on these programs?
RaiseReduceNot Change
Medicaid for the disabled, poor and elderly
Health Care programs for everyone else
Environmental regulation
Infrastructure programs
Social Services
Municipal aid (state funding for education)
What can I do to help you and your family?
Please check all that apply.
Here are some of the bills that are being proposed right now, where do you stand?
SupportOpposeNo Opinion
Public Option Health Care
Drug importation from Canada
Electronic tolls to fund infrastructure
Additional gun control measures
Expand job-training programs
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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