Mike Demicco!

Lots of political leaders talk about supporting people with disabilities. They are generally compassionate, but when it comes to actually DOING something to improve the lives of the disabled, they are lacking. That is not the case with Mike Demicco. Here are the bills that Mike introduced in the 2018 Session.

  • An Act concerning minimum employee wages for providers of state-administered services for persons with intellectual disabilities.
  • An Act establishing a pilot program to serve people seeking residential services from the Department of Developmental Services.
  • An Act concerning graduate funding and the provision of support and services for persons with intellectual disability.
  • An Act establishing a a task force to study the needs of persons with intellectual disability and pilot programs to establish and evaluate alternative service models for persons with intellectual disability.

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Demicco is a true public servant

To the Editor:

We are asking all of our friends and neighbors in Farmington and Unionville to vote for Mike Demicco on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

Mike is a true public servant in every sense of the term. As our current State Representative in the legislature, and previously as a member of the Farmington Town Council, Mike has made every effort to listen to the concerns of the public, and act on those concerns. Mike attends countless meetings and events around town, answers e-mails and phone calls and knocks on thousands of doors at election time, all in effort to hear what our residents have to say.

On the Town Council, Mike’s thoughtful and balanced approach to government brought us reasonable budgets, great schools for our kids, and property tax relief for our senior citizens.

In the legislature, Mike has brought home millions of dollars in state aid for Farmington, secured grants for numerous projects around town, protected water and electricity rate-payers from excessive charges, continued to pay down our pension liabilities, and protected services for our most vulnerable residents.

We are proud to support a hardworking honest and humble public servant in this year’s election. Please join us in voting for Mike Demicco for state representative on Tuesday, Nov. 6.

Carol and John Donagher

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Demicco has earned our trust

To the Editor:

Another election is in front of us. empowering us as constituents, to cast a vote that affects our community and our lives. as a woman, a mother of four kids, in three different schools in town, and (forgive me Mom & Dad), a daughter with aging parents, I take this vote seriously. I am casting my vote for Mike Demicco, for State Representative. Mike Demicco is a very easy candidate to support. If all politicians worked and behaved like Mike, our country would be in a far better state. He is not in this for accolades, he is truly striving to make a difference and his record shows that. He has knocked on over 5000 doors in Farmington since June, and even though he knows he has our vote as both a Democrat and Republican household, he still knocks on ours.

I follow elections very simply. I look at the facts, at the records,and at the people and their character. Some people can not stand behind their records and they have no facts to back them up. In fact, they have a history of spewing false information in the hopes that we are too busy to seek out the truth. They’ve perhaps found themselves in bad company, but have stayed. Luckily, Mike makes it easy for us because there are so many positives, easily uncovered. Mike Demicco represents all of us. He works tirelessly for our schools, for women, for seniors and for our special needs community.

He legislates for our education budgets, from our Westwoods playground to our Turf Soccer Field at Tunxis Mead. He looks after our children’s safety by securing millions of dollars for our schoool security infrastructure and our school technology upgrades. He is not someone that represents one person, or one facet of our lives. He represents all of us. He has pushed legislation for women to protect our health benefits, to ensure pregnant women have access to health care and that insurance companies protect all forms of mammograms. He has worked for our Seniors, to restore funding for the Medicare savings program and by phasing out income tax on Social Security and pension benefits.

I trust him to work for me and my family – after all, that’s why we cast a vote. Who do you want to represent the needs of you and your family? We trust Mike Demicco. You should too. On Tuesday, November 6th we will head to the polls to vote for Mike in the General Assembly. We have full confidence he will continue to fight for the well-being of our entire community.

Monique Daragjati Bannon

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Demicco has integrity and dedication

To The Editor:

I am writing to urge residents of Farmington and Unionville to get out and vote on Tuesday, Nov. 6 and re-elect Mike Demicco for state representative.

The election impacts the quality of life for our families in Farmington, our state and there is a lot at stake for all of us. i have known Mike and his family for over 18 years. He has served as our State Representative for the past 6 years with integrity; dedication and quickly the trust and respect of colleagues and constituents.

Mike has worked hard for Farmington during some very challenging times in our state. He has increased overall state grant dollars to Farmington, increased education for school security, secured grants for the Farmington High School Turf Field and West Woods Upper Elementary School playground. Mike advocates for common sense gun laws and as Chair of the Environment Committee he is setting aggressive goals to increase renewable energy and provide solar energy initiatives to homeowners. He is a tireless advocate for the concerns of women, senior citizens and the intellectual and developmentally challenged.

Mike is the compassionate, hardworking leader with the experience to keep fighting for Farmington. Please join me in voting for Mike Demicco on Tuesday Nov. 6.

Ellen Siuta

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