TONY HWANG FOR STATE SENATE – WESTON RTC DONATION & VOLUNTEER
Be Part of the Change We Need to See in Connecticut
Good afternoon friends, neighbors and family,
First, let me say thank you. These past 2 legislative sessions have been some of the toughest in Connecticut’s history. Your words of encouragement, insight, ideas and yes even your frustrations, made me stronger for both you and our state, every single day. Like you, I believe our state is worth fighting for and I hope to be the person in Hartford that continues to do so for us all. Hand in hand, we can make the changes our state needs. But we must be “in it to win it”.
With that in mind, I am asking for your support in raising the funds needed to assist in making that a reality this Nov. 8th, 2016, as we kick off this re-election campaign.
In order to qualify for state campaign funds, I must obtain donations from Fairfield, Southport, Westport, Weston, Easton and Newtown/Sandy Hook residents/constituents of $100 or less. Each individual donation counts toward my goal of 500 total contributions and $15,000.
If I reach that goal I will qualify for state campaign funds; a uniquely CT campaign finance reform program that focuses on grass-root fundraising instead of special interest/corporate money/influence. Your personal contributions matter to me. Your contributions say you believe in me and the work I do on your behalf. You believe in a better vision for Connecticut. I invite you to be part of the change we need to see in Connecticut. We can do much better, we have to do better and we all deserve better.
Each individual can go online or fill out the attached form via www.Hwang4Senate.com/Donate. I also invite you to share this with your friends and neighbors and because so much of what we do affects the future of our youth, kids over the age of 12 can now also show support with a donation. My suggestion is $5.
Many thanks again for your help, friendship along with your DONATION and support!
“The meaning of life is to find your gift. The purpose of life is to give it away”
Thank you for the gift of public service that you have provided me these last two years. Yes, it has been a difficult road to travel and the fiscal problems of the state are devastating and seem to get worse each year, but I believe we can still turn things around. People have finally had enough and are offering to help me fight back. This will be a historic year, not just nationally but in the CT Senate. National polls show CT will be a toss-up state and that Republicans have a serious chance to win the majority. We are only 4 seats away from gaining control of the senate and changing the direction of the state! Accomplishing this goal required that we keep the seats we have to do this.
I am grateful to receive the unanimous vote and support at the State Senate 25 Convention this month. I have filed with the Secretary of the State to be your candidate on November 8. Now is the time donate and for me to quality for funds to run a strong race.
Boucher for CT” campaign needs 300 donors from any of the towns in the district, even if you are not in the district line ( the entire town residents can contribute)
Maximum contribution is $100 and 12-18 years olds can donate up to $30. Only personal credit cards and NOT corporate credit cards are permissible
NOTE: If sending a check by mail using the below donor form (see link) to Boucher for CT, 5 Wicks End Lane, Wilton, CT 06897- the Maximum contribution is $100 and 12-18 years olds can donate up to $30. Only personal checks and NOT business checks are permissible. The signature on the form must MATCH the signature on the check.
The Weston Republican Town Committee on April 12 unanimously endorsed the following candidates for office:
John Shaban for 4th Congressional District
Toni Boucher for 26th State Senate
Tony Hwang for 28th State Senate
Adam Dunsby for 135th State House of Representatives (pictured below)
Weston RTC Chair Bob Ferguson said, “We are excited to have so many candidates running for office that have faithfully served Weston and the State of Connecticut for years. Considering the State’s current fiscal woes, we need representatives with proven track records that have consistently fought for fiscal responsibility and against the administration’s runaway spending policies.”
The Weston RTC elected Bob Ferguson as its new Chairman on March 8th for a two-year term. Bob is a life-long Republican who joined the RTC in 2014. He served as Campaign Chair for the last two elections, including the 2015 campaign which took back the First Selectman seat with the election of Nina Daniel. Bob spent his 25-year career in finance, most recently as Managing Director with Barclays. He is also an active member of Weston Kiwanis and St. Francis of Assisi.
“I am excited to step into the role of RTC chair and build on the success that Britta Lerner built over the past six years, Bob said. “I will continue to fight for strong conservative values and encourage fiscal responsibility for Weston, while retaining the unique characteristics of our town. We are committed to furthering the success of Republican candidates in Weston and throughout the state.”
The RTC recently added two new board members – Jenny Mitchell and Dana Troxell. Jenny and her family have lived in Weston for 13 years. She is very active in Norfield Church and is also involved in Weston Neighbors & Newcomers. Dana is President of Miller/Howard Investments and is a 24-year resident of Weston.
The Weston RTC, unanimously approved Eileen Buckley as Life Member for her many years of distinguished service on behalf of the RTC as well as state and local GOP candidates. During her four decades on the RTC, Eileen has handled countless projects from driving candidates door-to-door, to working on candidate mailings, to manning the polls on Election Day. Plus Eileen was the Republican Registrar of Voters form 1987 – 2009.
State Senator Toni Boucher and State Representative John Shaban presented Eileen with a Connecticut General Assembly Official Citation for her efforts on behalf of the town of Weston, and local and state Republican politics.