Monday, June 20, 2022

Rally for an Affordable Connecticut


Rally for an Affordable Connecticut

Join me in Niantic on June 24th

Connecticut is unaffordable and growing more unaffordable by the day.

As inflation surges, I'm advocating for relief. 

The cost of living continues to increase; the cost of oil, the cost of groceries. The cost of just trying to balance our family budgets is becoming more and more difficult.

That's why I'm calling for a special session to adopt nearly $750 million in relief for CT residents, including tax cuts and energy assistance to make our state more affordable for working- and middle-class families. 

You can join me in advocating for this relief.

1) Join me in demanding a Special Session on tax relief and energy assistance.


2)  Rally with me for a more affordable Connecticut.

I'll be rallying with residents in Niantic on Friday, June 15 at 5:00 pm at Guy's Oil, 87 West Main Street. Please join me and stop by to say hi, learn more, and make your voice heard!

You can also find more upcoming rallies across the state at
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Sunday, June 05, 2022

Rob Sampson for State Senate 2022!


Dear Friends,

Earlier this week, I received the unanimous nomination to continue representing the Connecticut Republican party to be our candidate for State Senator for the 16th district including the towns of Cheshire, Prospect, Southington, Waterbury, and Wolcott.

I am proud to represent the Republican Party and our principles as our candidate and will work hard to be re-elected as our State Senator.

My Commitment to you:

I will remain the most consistent defender of our American system of representative government in our state senate - of, for, and by the people.

I will continue keeping my promise never to vote for policies that will limit the freedom or civil rights of my constituents.

Thursday, May 05, 2022

Goodspeed Musicals: Shhhhh! Don't tell Mama...


Get Mom a gift that dazzles this Mother's Day…tickets to Cabaret, Kander and Ebb’s legendary musical about British nightclub singer Sally Bowles, American writer Cliff Bradshaw, and the decadence of 1929 Berlin. With mounting fear and uncertainty outside, the bawdy Emcee lures you into the world of the Kit Kat Club where your troubles are left at the door. Featuring the treasured songs "Maybe This Time," "Don’t Tell Mama" and "Cabaret," this Tony Award-winning masterpiece comes to the Goodspeed stage for the very first time!

CLICK HERE to learn more about the show

Mom already has her Cabaret tickets? Not a problem! She'll love Anne of Green Gables, 42nd Street and Christmas In Connecticut, too. CLICK HERE to learn more about the 2022 lineup.

Not sure which show she'll like best? A gift card is the way to go! It's never too late to get an e-gift card sent straight to Mom's inbox! Just CLICK HERE to purchase.

Are you looking for a WOW factor? Get her Season Tickets! Nothing's better than gifting mom four fantastic musicals. Order an e-gift card or call 860.873.8668 to pick your dates.
MASKS: Everyone must wear a mask at all times, except when eating or drinking in designated areas.
Photo: Jelani Remy with Aurore Joly and Caroline Kane. Photo by Diane Sobolewski. 

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A message from Matt Corey: Help me support Jacqueline Crespan!


Friends -

I’m writing to ask for your support of my friend Jacqueline Crespan who’s running for the State Senate in the 4th District which includes Manchester, Glastonbury, Bolton and Andover.  I’m wholeheartedly endorsing Jacqueline today as she shares the same vision for Connecticut that I do.

Jacqueline is currently serving as the Republican Leader of the Manchester Board of Directors, which is the Town’s governing body. She has lived in Manchester for over 23 years. She was born in Uganda under the rule of Idi Amin, emigrated legally to the United States and five years later proudly became an American citizen. She knows what it’s like to live under executive rule so I know she will fight everyday for the freedoms and liberties that make this country great.

Today, Jacqueline needs our help! She needs to qualify for the citizen’s election program. She needs 300 residents from either Manchester, Glastonbury, Bolton or Andover to donate at least $5 or the maximum of $290 to my campaign. And she also needs to raise $17,300.

Please donate by credit online today at:

The sooner this part of the campaign is completed, the sooner Jacqueline can move on to meeting voters, knocking on doors and attending public events.

I’m proud to support Jacqueline and I ask that you do the same today!

Yours truly,

Matt Corey


Posted as a public service.

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