MONROE, CT — State Rep. J.P. Sredzinski sent The Sun a statement showing his appreciation for all of those who expressed confidence in him through their votes on Tuesday.
Though Sredzinski ran unopposed, 7,423 Monroe voters supported him on the Republican line and another 1,629 on the Independent Party line, according to preliminary results from the Registrars of Voters Office.
“Since 2015, it has been an honor and privilege to serve the residents of the 112th district as their State Representative,” he said Wednesday. “Monroe and Newtown share many similarities when it comes to state government, and I am grateful today to have been re-elected to a fourth term in our General Assembly. I am deeply blessed to have many strong supporters and friends throughout the district.”
“I want to thank the voters for returning me to Hartford to serve them. Despite not all final results being known, we can all agree that the election is over,” Sredzinski said. “The partisanship needs to stop. The time to govern is now.
“The people of Monroe, Newtown and the entire State of Connecticut expect us to lead to make our state the best it can be. I look forward to working with my colleagues in the legislature and will seek to be part of the solution to help my district and the State of Connecticut strengthen its economy, navigate through this pandemic, and continue to improve our quality of life.”