Constituent Survey 2020

Every year I send out a survey asking your opinions on a variety of topics. Here are some examples of the work I did in the legislature last year to address your concerns:

  • Passed a balanced state budget that included no increase in the income, corporate, or sales tax.
  • Spearheaded the ratification of the state water plan, permanently banned fracking waste, and required offshore wind in Connecticut’s renewable energy portfolio.
  • Strengthened Connecticut’s gun laws, implemented protections for immigrant communities, and increased fairness and transparency in the criminal justice system.

Now, you have the same opportunity to influence the work we face in the 2020 session. I hope you will take the time to fill out this survey and let me know what is most important to you.

Topics in Westport
It’s a new year and a new legislative session. Please let me know how you feel about these issues facing Westport:
SupportOppose
Increased development in Saugutuck
Increasing Westport’s Affordable Housing Stock
Capital investments for Westport’s roadways to improve traffic flow
Expanding the amount of bicycle lanes and sidewalks to increase safety
What issues are the most important to you?
How can I better represent you?
What do you consider the top ways Connecticut can grow its economy?
Please select only three.
Here are some of the possible issues that may be addressed by legislation. Where do you stand?
SupportOppose
Banning flavors in “vaping” products
Legalizing cannabis for recreational use
Implementing no excuse absentee ballot voting
Encouraging towns and cities to share services and reduce duplication of efforts
Elimination of the religious exemption for vaccinations
Implementing electronic highway tolls for passenger vehicles
Casino expansion in East Windsor and Bridgeport
Strengthening CT’s “red flag” firearm laws
Legalizing sports betting
There ought to be a 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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