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State Representative
David Arconti Jr.
Proudly Serving Danbury
Legislative Office Building, Room 4000
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
(860) 240-8556 | 1-800-842-8267

2017 Constituent Survey

Heading into the 2017 Legislative Session, our state faces many opportunities and challenges. There will be tough decisions to be made and I would like you to be a part of this process.

Your feedback and input about Danbury's most pressing issues is important to me as I prepare to continue working for you in Hartford. I hope you will take a few minutes to fill out this survey.

As always, please do not hesitate to contact me if you or your family is in need of assistance or if you would like to share an opinion with me. It's an honor to serve as your state representative and I look forward to hearing from you about ways we can improve Connecticut for all of us.

Recreational Marijuana

In a 2016 Quinnipiac Poll, it was found that a majority of Connecticut Voters - 52% - support the legalization of recreational marijuana. What do you think? Please check one.


Any other thoughts?

What is the most serious problem facing our neighborhood?

Please check all that apply.

Things are fine as they are
Quality of our children's education
Lack of affordable housing
Lack of sense of security
Drug abuse
Traffic congestion

What concerns you and your family the most?

Please check all that apply.

Things are fine as they are
I'm afraid I'll lose my job
I'm afraid I'll lose my house
I've lost my job
There aren't enough career opportunities
I really can't afford health care or insurance
I'm afraid I'll lose my pension
I really can't afford car insurance
I can't find an affordable place to live
I'm afraid of being victimized by criminals
I can't afford a hike in utility rates

Do you have an idea for a state law? Tell me about it:

Balancing The Budget: State spending & program cuts during a budget deficit

If you were voting on the state budget, would you vote to spend less, spend the same, or spend more on each of the following programs?

  Less Same More
Aid to Businesses
Aid to Families with Children
Aid to the Disabled
Aid to the Mentally Ill
or Developmentally Disabled
Aid to Municipalities
Buses and Railroads
Crime Victim Services
Danbury's Public Schools
Drug Abuse Prevention Education
Drug Abuse Rehabilitation
Health Care Assistance for Seniors
  Less Same More
Open Space Land Purchases
Prescription Drugs for Seniors
Prescription Drugs for Families
Protecting the Environment
Rental Assistance for Families
Rental Assistance for Seniors
Roads, Bridges and Highways
The State Courts
State Universities, like Western CT
The State Police
Veterans' Services

If cuts need to be made to rebalance the budget, what program or service that you use would you be willing to give up or cut back?

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