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Perone supports early voting, is responsive to constituents

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Chris Perone is my State Representative and I’m proud to support him for reelection. Chris has always listened and responded to constituent concerns. He is not one to seek the limelight or tout slogans, but has served our community as a thoughtful, diligent legislator.

This year, the contrast between Chris and his opponent is stark: Chris favors amending the state constitution to allow early voting, supports the recently enacted police accountability legislation, and outlines an in-depth, constructive approach to addressing both the public health and economic recovery aspects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Voters can find out more about Chris Perone and all the other Norwalk candidates for General Assembly on the League of Women Voters of Norwalk website  – click under “Candidate Forums” to watch the debates and under “Voter Information” to read candidates’ responses to the six-item Voter Guide.

 

Elsa Peterson Obuchowski

5 comments

John O'Neill October 27, 2020 at 8:18 pm

Can’t get past him missing 70% of committee meetings. I would think that’s a deal breaker for many people. It wasn’t until we lost power in August did it occur to me that our rep on the Energy Committee was absent this year…Is that really what we want?? That still shocks me.

John Miller October 28, 2020 at 10:06 am

The stark contrast between Representative Perone and his opponent, Ellen Wink, is that, unlike Mr. Perone, Ellen will actually be in Hartford representing the citizens of Norwalk and the 137th Assembly District. Listening Is fine but it doesn’t translate to getting things done if the listener is absent. Ellen will not be an absentee representative.

Tysen Canevari October 28, 2020 at 8:51 pm

That’s wonderful that you support a guy that never shows up in Hartford. That’s called irresponsible. Wink has my vote

Bryan Meek October 29, 2020 at 6:58 am

Why was Perone never questioned or held to account for his comments that his primary job was at risk preventing his attendance at meetings?

Members of the legislature have legal protection from this and if he was fired he wouldn’t even have to sue for wrongful termination. The labor department would take care of it under the law that his body politic wrote.

Is anyone in the news media interested in asking him why?

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