2017 Legislative Superlatives
This legislative session has been filled with the bad and the ugly. Vote below to help us choose the highlights
Josh Elliott: Has said Connecticut residents are not taxed enough - even though we are the most taxed state in the US.
Liz Linehan: Voted to reaffirm the judge who overturned the death penalty while representing the district where the Cheshire home invasion occured.
Cathy Osten: Has fought to protect her own personal political perks while her districts suffers.
Biggest Conflict of Interest
Joe Aresimowicz: Negotiates union contracts on behalf of the state while also being an employee for those unions.
Cathy Abercrombie: Went on record to enthuastically support tolls while residents in her district will be hit the hardest.
Kelly Luxenburg: Votes on the Citizen's Election Program while her husband directly benefits from that money.
Dan Drew: Running for Governor supporting the same tax and spend policies supported by a whopping 29% of Connecticut.
John Larson: Said he was from the hood when his East Hartford home is valued at more than $500,000.
Joe Ganim: Running for governor, wants public financing, served time for public corruption.
Ted Kennedy Jr: Continuing the Kennedy legacy while proposing legislation that kills business and hurts taxpayers.
Chris Murphy: Raised over $2 million from across the US with anti-Trump resistance rhetoric to begin his run for President in 2020.
Elizabeth Esty: Cares more about bashing President Trump than upholding the values of her district.
Mae Flexer: Applauding free speech when she agrees with it unless you have a difference of opinion. Enter name calling here.
Matt Lesser: Touts the Republican War on Women when he pays his female staffers 15% less than males.
Richard Blumenthal: Complains when Republicans have legitimate concerns over Obama cabinet appointees but refuses to vote on Trump's cabinet.
Do Not Fill This Out