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State Representative
Joe Aresimowicz
House Majority Leader
Proudly Serving Berlin, Southington
Legislative Office Building, Room 4110
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
(860) 240-8489 | 1-800-842-8267
2016 Constituent Survey

Representing you is a responsibility that I do not take lightly. I consider my office at the State Capitol to be your office. That's why I am looking for your ideas and feedback as we begin the 2016 legislative session. When I get calls, texts, or emails from you, or run into you at the grocery store and you tell me what matters most to you, it helps me make sure the folks in Hartford are focused on that as well.

Please take a moment to complete this survey. You can also reach me on my cell phone at 860-371-6887 if you would like to talk more in-depth or you feel there is an issue I can help with.

What concerns you and your family the most?

Please check all that apply.

Things are fine as they are
Losing my job
Losing my house
Affording my property taxes
Finding a job if unemployed
Living on a fixed income
Lack of affordable housing
Affording my car insurance
Cost of attending or sending a child to college
Increasing energy/utility costs
Affording health care/insurance
Being the victim of crime

What Could I Be Doing Better?

How Do You Find Out About What Happens At the State Capitol?

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My Capitol Updates via E-mail
My Capitol Updates via Mail and Newsletters
TV News

Are There Better Ways We Can Stay In Touch?

This legislative session, I expect that there will be proposals on a range of topics. As I assess these issues, I want to know from you what's important.

Creating a retirement savings plan for private sector workers so that ALL workers in the state have a low-cost way to save for retirement.

Working with the business community to develop workforce training programs to ensure our students have the skills necessary to find a good job.

Capping out-of-pocket expenses for prescription drugs.

Instituting a "constitutional lockbox" to protect funds dedicated to rebuilding our public transportation infrastructure like roads, bridges and railroads from being used for other purposes.

Reducing the cost of higher education.

Helping those addicted to opioids find treatment.

Providing Connecticut businesses a leg up when bidding for state contracts.

Reforming our veterans' outreach programs to better help those who served get all of the benefits they deserve.

What are your policy ideas?

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