Saturday, October 13, 2012

Letter to the Editor: Vote Kleckowski, Lesser Supported Largest Tax Increase in Ct History

To the Editor:
As a candidate for State Representative for the 100th District, Councilwoman Deborah Kleckowski is eager to "take back" the legislature and serve her constituents. Councilwoman Deborah Kleckowski is currently serving her second term as a Middletown Councilwoman and has been an outspoken proponent of enhancing public safety and improving our community.
She facilitated an emergency access road at Middletown High School and initiated the purchase of communication equipment in the helmets of city firefighters. This allows firefighters to talk to one another in a fire.
She also implemented a parking program for participants of Job Seekers program. Once elected, Councilwoman Deborah Kleckowski will continue to dedicate her efforts to improving the quality of life in Middletown for all residents.
The incumbent, our current State Representative Matt Lesser, has voted for the largest tax increase in CT history. He voted to fund the Hartford-New Britain bus way, remaining silent as Gov. Malloy and the Bond Commission planned to approve $300 thousand for renovations of the Communist Party of Connecticut Headquarters (which is private property in New Haven.) Lesser also forced the unionization of private childcare providers and personal aides.
 Enough is enough! The spending and excessive taxation MUST stop! We CAN make changes to improve the lives of Middletown residents...and ALL residents of this wonderful state. However, to do so we must elect people to the state legislature and to the Senate who are dedicated to stopping the tax and spend policies currently in place. Secondly, we must end one party rule by electing more Republicans and putting an end to the super Democratic majority which makes compromise impossible. Once Republicans can affect votes, conservative policies can be implemented and the economy can once again grow. One party rule isn't working for CT and we all want CT working again!
Councilwoman Deborah Kleckowski is commited to the residents of Middletown and the State of CT. She will work diligently to create a more fertile environment for job creation. Additionally, she supports the suspension of the "Prisoner Early Release Program" and is a proponent of a balanced budget once and for all. Public Safety and decreasing our out-of-sight gas tax is another top priority for Deborah Kleckowski.
She has vowed to vote for solutions that have a positive effect on the residents of Middletown.
If all of this sounds good to you, do your part and vote forCouncilwoman Deborah Kleckowski. The 100th District, indeedthe entire state of CT, needs her very badly.
Patricia Knowles, Middletown

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