Monroe Rotary Club hears from all three 112th District candidates

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MONROE, CT — Three candidates vying for the Connecticut General Assembly’s vacant 112th District seat in a special election on April 13 met with the Monroe Rotary Club at its virtual meeting Thursday morning.

Republican candidate Tony Scott, Democrat Nick Kapoor and Independent Party candidate William “Bill” Furrier each gave a 10 minute intro and participated in a 15 minute question and answer period.

The 112th District represents Monroe and portions of Newtown. The seat became available following Republican, J.P. Sredzinski’s sudden resignation last month.

Click on the links below to read stories on what the three candidates had to say:

Scott wants to get Connecticut on the right path to a bright future

Kapoor wants to end Hartford’s shell game, invest money in infrastructure

Furrier wants to fully reopen Connecticut, curtail executive power

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