Re-elect Senator Suzio in the 13th District

Reasons why you should re-elect Senator Len Suzio.

To the editor:

 I have two questions for all voters in the 13th District:

1. Do you like paying a lot for gas?

2. Do you want dangerous criminals released onto our streets without supervision?

If the answer to those two questions is no, then what you need to do is vote for Senator Len Suzio. That way two things will happen:

1. The gas tax will be capped once and for all.

2. Dangerous criminals will remain behind bars and off our streets.



George Cooper


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William Wilson October 14, 2012 at 04:13 AM
Those are not state issues but national issues. Not sure how abortion is the top issue of an election when the state of Connecticut has unemployment rate over 9%. What other issues as I am curious. I know he is for a balanced budget. Keeping spending down. A cut is not a cut when someone ask for 10% and get 5% instead. That is how government works and why this state is in debt. A vote for Len is a vote for your pocket, and peace of mind.
Brave at Heart October 14, 2012 at 04:47 PM
Suzio elected to cut funding equally for Planned Parenthood and other non profits Colleen, why should one issue get cut and not another when there is not enough money to go around? Is a prostate less important than a breast? Is hunger less relevant than birth control? When there isn't enough money in the state coffers everyone needs to tighten their belts equally.


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