Scott: Today, I humbly ask for your vote.

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Tony Scott with his wife, Jennifer, and their twin daughters Lauren and Addison.

Dear Fellow 112th District Voter,

I am asking for your vote this Tuesday, April 13th. Our former State Representatives, JP Sredzinski and DebraLee Hovey, showed us what it truly means to represent our community. I promise to follow in their footsteps and go to Hartford knowing that I carry the voices of our district. I will listen to our residents and each vote I make up in Hartford will be made with the voters of the 112th District in mind.

Over the past weeks I have clearly stated my goals: to fight against unfunded mandates and excessive taxation, to make Connecticut more affordable for all its residents, and to protect local control over governing.

Today, I humbly ask for your vote. For those of you that have already voted for me by absentee and for those that will go out to their polling place and cast their vote for me Tuesday, I promise to make you proud and serve you well when elected. For those that will choose not to vote for me, I promise to work diligently for Monroe and Newtown to earn your trust so that when up for reelection I do earn your vote.

We have a two-party system, not to force us to battle amongst ourselves, but to allow us to work together, for the good of the people we represent. One party rule up in Hartford does no one any good and is clearly not working. We need a State Representative who will strongly advocate for our district, push back against Hartford overreaching control, and steadfastly fight against increased taxes and unfunded mandates, while also striving to make positive change for the people of Connecticut.

I ask for your trust, I ask for your confidence, and I ask for your vote this Tuesday, April 13th.

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me at 630-640-0193 or [email protected]

With gratitude,

Tony Scott

One thought on “Scott: Today, I humbly ask for your vote.

  1. Hello Tony,,,wishing you good luck in tomorrow’s election..
    I am an avid outdoorsman and enjoy fishing, hunting, and hiking all around our beautiful state.
    I am very concerned about recent efforts by some lawmakers to limit our ability to enjoy the great outdoors. If you are successful in your effort, will you please keep sportsmen and women in mind when anti hunting, fishing and trapping measures are introduced in the legislature. Thank you.

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