Thursday, February 09, 2017


Today, Governor Malloy outlined gruesome tax & fee hikes on Connecticut working families while also hitting towns with massive funding cuts.

According to the CT Mirror: The governor recommends a net state tax increase of $205 million next fiscal year... And then there’s Malloy’s plan to bill cities and towns for one-third of the state’s cost of providing municipal teachers’ pensions. Technically, that’s a fee that would require communities to pay $407.8 million in the first year and $420.9 million in the second.

Here were just a few highlights from Malloy's budget proposal:

Increased Hospital Taxes

Gun Permit Fee Hikes

Alcohol and Tobacco Tax Hikes

It's time to STOP the madness in Hartford, by stopping Dan Malloy!

Last year our State Party spent over $100,000 in direct candidate support and provided unprecedented technological advancements to help campaigns target their voters.  Through your smart investments, we climbed all the way to an 18-18 TIE in the State Senate.

With three special elections happening later this month, we need to fight back against the Malloy budget mess harder than ever!

If we win two of the three special elections we can tip the balance of power in Hartford away from Dan Malloy!  

We are just one vote shy of stopping the disastrous Malloy redistribution of wealth once and for all.  But we can't do it without your immediate help.

Can I count on you to donate $25, $50 or $100 or more right away to help us fight back?
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Together, we can STOP the Dan Malloy and Hartford Liberals.

Thank you for chipping in TODAY!


J.R. Romano
State Party Chairman
Connecticut Republican Party

p.s. If we don't stand up to fight Dan Malloy's one party rule in Hartford now, it may soon be too late.  Please don't let extreme leftists run more prosperity out of our state!
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