Congratulations Len Suzio – No More Taxes!

Len Suzio Victory Speech - New Day for NO More taxes!

One can only hope that Suzio’s election is harbinger of reform to come. Recent developments in other states suggest that a nationwide retreat from reckless spending, unfunded mandates, and impossible entitlements is in the offing. The turnout for this election was remarkable for a special election and I imagine that taxpayer concerns here and the news from other states spurred voter participation yesterday.

Overall, Suzio had 1,627 more total votes, with 6,110 to Bruenn’s 4,483. According to Suzio camp data:

in Middlefield Suzio received 503 votes vs. Bruenn’s 307;
in Meriden, Suzio won 3,083 to Bruenn’s 2,614;
in Middletown he had 950 to Bruenn’s 871; and
in Cheshire, Suzio received a sizeable 1,574 to Bruenn’s 691.

Suzio said he felt that his win of a seat that has been in Democratic hands for so many years (36, according to the Hartford Courant) was a sign for Connecticut politicians in Hartford.

“I hope this sends a message to the governor loud and clear – no more taxes,” he said. “I think this is the beginning of a conservative revolution in Connecticut.”

See Middletown Patch for complete details and video.

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3 Responses to “Congratulations Len Suzio – No More Taxes!”

  1. Middletown Republicans Poised to End Democrat Domination in the City « ConservaCity Says:

    [...] according to the Hartford Courant’s calculations. At the time of Suzio’s win I wrote, in another venue: “One can only hope that Suzio’s election is a harbinger of reform to come. Recent [...]

  2. The Danger of the One Party Rule « Steady Habits Says:

    [...] 36 years according to the Hartford Courant’s calculations. At the time of Suzio’s win I wrote; “One can only hope that Suzio’s election is a harbinger of reform to come. Recent [...]

  3. Middletown Republicans Poised to End Democrat Domination in the City « Right of Middle Says:

    [...] according to the Hartford Courant’s calculations. At the time of Suzio’s win I wrote, in another venue: “One can only hope that Suzio’s election is a harbinger of reform to come. Recent [...]

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