An alteredConnecticut House of Representatives district map approved in November by the Bipartisan Reapportionment Commission of the Connecticut General Assembly will reshape the composition of the 112th House District.
As we emerge from quarantines and closures, we must again confront the chronic issues we still face: (i) our state’s fiscal infirmity; (ii) progressive legislators undermining local control of schools and land use; and (iii) the need for a robust voice in Hartford.
On Nov. 3 the residents of Easton, Redding and Weston have a choice for state representative between a long-serving, dedicated and pragmatic public servant on both the Independent and Republican lines, or an activist for national protests and debates on the Democratic line.
During these tough times, I see the challenges we face to stay united on a national level. However, on a local level, we need to elect representatives that will stay focused on our issues facing Easton, Redding and Weston.
Ann Hughes, Democrat representing Weston, Easton and Redding in Hartford, is a member of the radical Progressive Caucus. John Shaban, Republican, who previously served three terms in that seat is running against her.