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For far too long the people of our community have been the victims of tax-and-spend politicians in Hartford. We in East Haven are a group of proud, hardworking individuals who gladly pay our fair share. But enough is enough. In the 2019 legislative session, new taxes and highway tolls are a top priority. These new revenue streams for the state will cripple the wonderful citizens of the Town of East Haven. The optimistic news is that we have a choice. We can either send another tax-and-spend politician to Hartford, or we can send Joe Zullo.
Joe Zullo is the fiscally sensible leader East Haven needs in Hartford. He will fight against highway tolls because he understands that taxing the middle class to go to their jobs is unethical. Furthermore, Joe is one of East Haven’s own and has been a vested member of this community for many years and volunteers so much of his time with the youth in this town because they are our future. He is running for state representative for the 99th district because he genuinely cares about the people of this town. Joe Zullo has been a strong advocate for the residents of East Haven on a local level. It is now time for him to be our voice of reason in Hartford.
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