Election Night Parties?

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Many of the Republican Town Committees &/or Candidates across the state are having Election Night Parties at their Head Quarters or at one of the local restaurants in the area

If you do not live in an are where there is going to be an election night party consider having one for your family & friends to watch the results come in together

Filed under: #TeamTillett, Elections, Family, Internet, Life in CT, Spending, Taxes, Uncategorized Tagged: 2016, Party

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#TBT West Hartford Town Hall – Bronin Pushing Regionalism – Ed Peruta Off the Cuff

This #ThrowBackThursday post is from 2016

With the municipal elections pending I thought this was a fitting post to reshare…

After all it is Our Elected Town Officials that have gone along with this Tax and Spend Agenda which the Democrats have been pushing for years that have hurt our families by making life needlessly more expensive…. 

 

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Have you been following what is happening over in Hartford’s city hall? 
 
Well if you’re a taxpaying property owner; 
you need to wake up & 
start asking some questions 
of your mayor & town council 
(especially if they are democrats) 
because many have already gone on record volunteering YOU & Your Family
to pay higher taxes 
so that you can pay for 
HARTFORD’s money mismanagement, & decades of corruption… 
 
YES That’s Right …
 
You Don’t get to VOTE in Hartford 
but YOUR TAXES will be going up 
so that YOU can Pay 
“Your Fair Share” 
of Hartford’s Mismanaged “Bills”! 
 
You won’t have a voice in how that money is misspent (that’s what they do there) 
BUT each year 
Your Family will have Less & Less 
while #BrokeBronin & his cohorts 
get to Spend More & More
 
If you Do Not Speak Up Now
Then YOU subject your family forever
to the whims of the corruption going on down in Hartford’s city halls…
More backroom failed stadium deals
More tax increases to pay higher salaries
More tax increases to pay for more scandals
 
The choice is yours 
Speak Up NOW…
 or 
Forever be subjected 
to the continued mismanagement & 
added tax increases circle
 
Can YOUR Family Afford to Pay More Taxes for Hartford’s Money Mismanagement? 
 
7pm West Hartford Town Hall
 

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Senator Tony Hwang Interviews Champagne Joy

This is a blast from the past – back in 2016 I posted this & with October being Breast Cancer Awareness Month I’m reposting this positive video again

Cross posted item from another Tillett4CT project

Senator Tony Hwang spent some time interviewing “Champagne Joy” about surviving cancer earlier this year.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month & I thought that this video was a positive message to end the month of September with a positive note from a survivor as we head into October. 

Will I see you wearing Pink this coming month? 


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Election Night Parties?

Cross posted item from another Tillett4CT project

Many of the Republican Town Committees &/or Candidates across the state are having Election Night Parties at their HeadQuarters or at one of the local restaurants in the area.

If you do not live in an area where there is going to be an election night party consider having one for your family & friends to watch the results come in together.

Filed under: #TeamTillett, Elections, Family, Internet, Life in CT, Spending, Taxes, Uncategorized Tagged: 2016, Party

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Today in History for August 26th

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Today in History for August 25th

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Today in History for August 12th

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