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woodchuckbbq 03-Nov-12
fingers 03-Nov-12
bbqbuck 03-Nov-12
Wild Bill 03-Nov-12
CTCrow 03-Nov-12
Bowinhand 04-Nov-12
bbqbuck 04-Nov-12
Mike in CT 04-Nov-12
Passinthru63 05-Nov-12
Ace 05-Nov-12
Wild Bill 05-Nov-12
SmoothieJonez 05-Nov-12
BowhunterVA33 06-Nov-12










From: woodchuckbbq ........ No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual ....... Date: 03-Nov-12


Is there anybody that's up for vote that's a major roadblock to sunday hunting? It always seems that finding information about local elections is the hardest.

From: fingers ........ No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual ....... Date: 03-Nov-12


I'd be really surprised if this state would EVER give us Sunday hunting. As much as I would like to see it.

From: bbqbuck ........ No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual ....... Date: 03-Nov-12


Not gonna happen! To many PETA's

From: Wild Bill ........ No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual ....... Date: 03-Nov-12


Just to cover all the issues correctly, vote a straight Republican ticket.

From: CTCrow (mobile)Sent from Mobile Phone ........ No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual ....... Date: 03-Nov-12


I second what WB said.

From: Bowinhand ........ No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual ....... Date: 04-Nov-12


I third what wild bill said.

From: bbqbuck ........ No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual ....... Date: 04-Nov-12


4th

From: Mike in CT ........ No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual ....... Date: 04-Nov-12


We have a very tough road to hoe to get Sunday Hunting in CT.

As Wild Bill stated the best chance is to elect a Republican Congress so we'll chair the committees and most importantly, we'll have the Speaker who can determine what bills get called.

Absent that our only realistic hope is if we get more "moderate" Democrats in key leadership positions who will put the will of their constituents above party-line politics.

We still have to keep at it (pushing for Sunday Hunting legislation); after all, it improves the odds of success to 50% over doing nothing....

From: Passinthru63 ........ No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual ....... Date: 05-Nov-12


Passinthru63's Supporting Link

I posted this above link in another Sunday hunting thread, but here goes again. Click the link to be taken to the CT CGA website for SB-83 - Sunday hutning bill from 2012. You can see the vote results on the bill and use it to decide who to vote for tomorrow

From: Ace ........ No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual ....... Date: 05-Nov-12


This is too long to post, but I'm doing it anyway I apologize in advance if the format makes it hard to read: From Bob Crook.

COALITION OF CONNECTICUT SPORTSMEN 2012 Sportsmen’s Political Action Committee (SportPAC) P.O. Box 2506, Hartford, CT 06146, (203) 245-8076 www.ctsportsmen.com ccsct@comcast.net

Please copy and circulate these ratings. CCS Endorsements are in Bold; NRA Bold & . Incumbents designated by *.

If you don't know what district you're in go to http://www.cga.ct.gov/maps/townlist.asp

Some of these grades differ from NRA evaluations due to the CCS broader spectrum of issues (Hunting, Fishing, Boating, Trapping, Fees, etc.). Generally however, they are similar. CCS has previously sent the NRA Candidate Questionnaire and NRA grades.

VOTE! TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6! Grading System Names in BOLD are SportPAC ENDORSED CANDIDATES. * Incumbent currently filling seat.

Each candidate begins with an "A" rating. Incumbent voting records are carefully evaluated and carry significant weight. Those who have an established legislative voting record, in their current state office or local level, are evaluated on the basis of that voting record. If there is no voting record, evaluation is based on response to the Questionnaire. Other factors considered are public statements, personal interviews and media comments. The Questionnaire is also used to refine incumbent's grades based on responses to new issues. SportPAC grades are generally consistent with NRA ratings, with differences attributable to issues not normally associated with NRA (Fishing, Boating, Fees, etc.). An "A+" or "F-" rating is only given to incumbent legislators.

A+: Pro-Sportsmen Leader - Proposes, coordinates, influences pro-sportsman legislation. Works closely with sportsmen's groups/lobbyists. Proposes sportsmen amendments/vocalizes sportsmen's positions during debate. A: Pro-Sportsmen Voter - Investigates and understands issues. Philosophically sound. Always supports sportsmen's issues. Occasionally takes a leadership role. B: Sportsmen Supporter - Generally votes with us, but occasionally supports an anti-sportsmen proposal. May compromise without sufficient information or constituent input. C: Middle of the Road - No real philosophical commitment. Strongly influenced by other legislators, leadership, and constituents. If not contacted, will vote against us. D: Anti-Sportsmen Supporter - Usually votes against us. Normally has no interest in our issues and does not investigate. May have few vocal sportsmen constituents. F: Anti-Sportsmen Voter - Philosophically committed anti-sportsmen. Occasionally sponsors, co-sponsors, debates detrimental bills or amendments. Relies on anti-sportsmen leaders for information. Can be consistently counted upon to vote against us. F-: Anti-Sportsmen Leader - Outspoken anti-sportsmen leader who consistently sponsors, co-sponsors, and leads debate on bills or amendments detrimental to sportsmen. ?: Position unknown. Did not answer the Questionnaire and no other pertinent information is available. Should be considered to have no interest in sportsmen's issues or is reluctant to be on record.

PRESIDENT

MITT ROMNEY/PAUL RYAN (R) Grade: A BARACK OBAMA/ JOE BIDEN (D) Grade: F

U.S. SENATE

LINDA McMAHON (R) Grade: A CHRIS MURPHY (D/WF) Grade: F

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES District 1 (R) JOHN HENRY DECKER B (D) *JOHN LARSON F District 2 (R) PAUL FORMICA ? (D) *JOE COURTNEY C- District 3 (R) WAYNE WINSLEY A (D) *ROSA DeLAURO F District 4 (R) STEVE OBSITNIK ? (D) *JIM HIMES F District 5 (R) ANDREW RORABACK B (D) ELIZABETH ESTY ?

STATE SENATE District 1 (R) BARBARA RUHE A (D) *JOHN FONFARA D

District 2 (R) MALVI LENNON ? (D) *ERIC COLEMAN D

District 3 (R) HECTOR REVERON ? (R) *GARY LEBEAU C

District 4 (R) Cheri ANN PELLETIER ? (D) STEVE CASSANO B

District 5 (D) BETH BYE C+

District 6 (R) DWIGHT F. BLINT ? (D) *TERRY GERRATANA C+

District 7 (R) *JOHN KISSEL A+ (D) KAREN M. JARMOC B

District 8 (R) *KEVIN WITKOS A+

(D) DANIEL J. SEGER ?

District 9 (R) JOE “D” DINUNZIO A- (D) *PAUL DOYLE A+

District 10 (D) *TONI HARP D- District 11 (D) *MARTIN LOONEY F

District 12 (R) CINDY CARTIER A (D) *EDWARD MEYER C

District 13 (R) *LEN SUZIO A (D) DANTE BARTOLOMEO ?

District 14 (R) MICHAEL DEGREGO ? (D) *GAYLE SLOSSBERG D

District 15 (D) *JOAN HARTLEY A+ District 16 (R) *JOE MARKLEY A+ (D) Corky Mazurek A

District 17 (D) *JOE CRISCO F

District 18 (R) THERESA MADONNA. A (D) *ANDREW MAYNARD A+

District 19 (R) *CHRISTOPHER COUTU A+ (D) CATHERINE A. OSTEN ?

District 20 (R) MIKE DOYLE ? (D) *ANDREA STILLMAN C

District 21 (R) *KEVIN C. KELLY B District 22 (R) CHADWICK CIOCCI B+ (D) *ANTHONY MUSTO D-

District 23 ® CAZ MIZERA ? (D) ANDRES AYALA JR. D+ District 24 R)*MICHAEL MCLACHLAN A (D) JASON W. BARTLETT D

District 25 (R) JACK CHIARAMONTE A (D) *BOB DUFF D

District 26

(R) *TONI BOUCHER A- (D) CAROLANN CURRY ?

District 27 (R) BARRY MICHELSON A- (D) *CARLO LEONE D

District 28 (R) *JOHN MCKINNEY B

District 29 (R) SALLY WHITE A- (D) *DONALD WILLIAMS JR. D

District 30 (R) CLARK CHAPIN A (D) WILLIAM O. RISKA ?

District 31

(R) *JASON WELCH A- (D) DAVE ROCHE ?

District 32 (R) *ROBERT KANE A (D) JAMES GAMBARDELLA C-

District 33 (R) ART LINARES A (D) JAMES CRAWFORD ?

District 34 (R) *LEONARD FASANO A- (D) STEVE FONTANA D

District 35 (R) *TONY GUGLIELMO A+ (D) SUSAN EASTWOOD ?

District 36 (R) *SCOTT FRANTZ B+ (D) DANIEL DAUPLAISE ?

STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES District 1 (R) KENNETH LERMON ? (D) *MATTHEW RITTER B District 2 (R) *DAN CARTER B (D) STEVEN DeMOURA ?

District 3 (D) *MINNIE GONZALEZ A-

District 4 (R) RICL DENCE ? (D) ANGEL ARCE ?

District 5 (R) PAUL PANOS ? (D) LEO CANTY ? District 6 (R) MICHAEL LUPO ? (D) EDWIN VARGAS ?

District 7 (R) COLLEEN RANKINE ? (D) *DOUGLAS MCCRORY D

District 8 (R) *TIMOTHY ACKERT A (D) JOHN P. MURPHY ?

District 9 (R) RUDY HRUBALA B+ (D) *JASON ROJAS B District 10 (R) EILEEN A. POWERS ? (D) *HENRY GENGA D+

District 11 (R) THOMAS A. OGAR ? (D) * TIMOTHY LARSON B District 12 (R) TIMOTHY DEVANNEY ? (D) GEOFF LUXENBERG D-

District 13 (R) MARK TWEEDIE A (D) JOE DIMINICO ?

District 14 (R) *BILL AMAN A- (D) CAROL DRISCOLL C-

District 15 (R) QUENTIN E. JOHNSON ? (D) *DAVID BARAM B+

District 16 (R) CHARITY FOLK C- (D) JOHN K. HAMPTON ?

District 17 (R) *TIMOTHY LEGEYT C- (D) DAVID PENA ?

District 18 (D) *ANDREW FLEISCHMANN D-

District 19 (R) JDON LANDRY ? (D) *BRIAN BECKER B

District 20 (R) CHAD THOMPSON ? (D) JOE VERRENGIA B+

District 21 (R) BILL WADSWORTH B (D) MIKE DEMICCO ? District 22 (R) SCOTT SANDERS ? (D) *ELIZABETH BOUKUS C

District 23 (R) *MARILYN GIULIANO A (D) ADAM STILLMAN C-

District 24 (R) PETER C. STEELE ? (D) *RICK LOPES C

District 25 (R) RICHARD GADOWSKI ? (D) ROBERT SANCHEZ B

District 26 (R) DANIEL DAVIS C (D) *PETER TERCYAK D

District 27 (R) BEN ANCONA ? (D) *SANDY NAFIS D

District 28 (R) JOHN J. CONSOLE ? (D) *RUSSELL MORIN C

District 29 (R) TODD BROWN ? (D) *ANTONIO GUERRERA B

District 30 (D) *JOE ARESIMOWICZ A+

District 31 (R) *PRASAD SRIWIVASIN B (D) CHIP FLANAGAN ? District 32 (R) *CHRISTIE CARPINO A (D) CHRISTOPHER PHELPS ?

District 33 (R) CALLIE L GRIPPO A- (D) *JOSEPH SERRA D-

District 34 (R) MILISSA H ZIOBRON ? (D) CHRISTOPHER GOFF ?

District 35 (R) JOHN A SAMPERI A (D) TOM VICINO ?

District 36 (R) VINCENT PACILEO III A- (D) *PHILLIP J MILLER B

District 37 (D) *ED JUTILA B+ District 38 (R) TONY SIRAGUSA B (D) *ELIZABETH RITTER D-

District 39 (R) DANIEL DOCKER A (D) *ERNEST HEWETT C District 40 (R) ANDREW LAVERY A- (D) *EDWARD MOUKAWSHER A

District 41 (R) HARRY A. WATSON A- (D) *ELISSA WRIGHT F District 42 (R) MIKE FRANCE A (D) TIMOTHY R. BOWLES ?

District 43 (D) *DIANA S. URBAN F

District 44 (R) HAROLD REEVES B (D) *MAE FLEXER B

District 45 (R) RICH EIGHME A (D) *STEVEN MIKUTEL A+

District 46 (R) MIKEL E. MIDDLETON A (D) EMMETT D. RILEY ?

District 47 (R) NOAH P. ENSLOW A (D) BRIAN H. SEAR ? District 48 (R) STAN SOBY ? (D) *LINDA ORANGE A+

District 49 (R) HARRY CARBONI ? (D) *SUSAN JOHNSON B District 50 (R) *MIKE ALBERTS A

District 51 (D) * DANIEL S. ROVERO B

District 52 (R) PENNY BACCHIOCHI A+ (D) CHRIS GROHS ?

District 53 (R) CHRISTINE VINCENT ? (D) *BRYAN HURLBURT A

District 54 (D) GREGORY HADDAD B

District 55 (R) *PAMELA SAWYER A (D) RICHARD MARZI ? District 56 (D) *CLAIRE JANOWSKI A

District 57 (R) *CHRISTOPHER DAVIS A- (D) JAXSON E. BOWSZA B District 58 (R) TED SIRARD ? (D) DAVID ALEXANDER ?

District 59 (R) JOE BOSCO. A (D) *DAVID KINER B District 60 (R) MICHAEL RUSSO B+? (D) *PEGGY SAYERS A

District 61 (R) TAMI ZAWISTOWSKI A (D) *ELAINE O'BRIEN B District 62 (R) *WILLIAM SIMANSKI A (D) EVAN S DANTOS C

District 63 (R) JAY M. CASE A (D) MICHAEL J. RENZULLO ? District 64 (R) VIVIAN MASIATKA A (D) *ROBERTA WILLIS A

District 65 (R) WENDY TRAUB A- (D) *MICHELLE COOK B District 66 (R) *CRAIG MINER A+

District 67 (R) CECILIA BUCK-TAYLORLOR A (D) ANDREW B. GROSSMAN ? District 68 (R) *SEAN WILLIAMS A District 69 (R) *ARTHUR O’NEILL A- (D) VIVIAN TEMPLETON ? District 70 (R) *ROSA REBIMBAS A

District 71 (R) *ANTHONY D’AMELIO A (D) ERNEST BRUNELLI ?

District 72 (R) MIKE STANGO ? (D) *LARRY BUTLER C+

District 73 (R) DENNIS ODLE B+ (D) *JEFFREY BERGER A District 74 (R) *SELIM NOUJAIM A

District 75

(R) JOHN F. ALSEPH JR A- (D) VICTOR CUEVAS ? District 76 (R) *JOHN PISCOPO A

District 77 (R) JILL FITZGERALD A- (D) *CHRISTOPHER WRIGHT B District 78 (R) *WHIT BETTS B+ (D) DANIEL SANTORSO ?

District 79 (R) MARY L ALFORD A (D) *FRANK NICASTRO SR C+

District 80 (R) *ROB SAMPSON A+ (D) CHUCK MARSELLA B

District 78 (R) CHERYL LOUNSBURY B (D) DAVID ZONI A District 82 (D) *EMIL ALTOBELLO A

District 83 (R) PABLO SOTO A- (D) *CATHERINE ABERCROMBIE C+ District 84 (D) HILDA E. SANTIAGO ?

District 85 (R) GREGORY N. BACHAND A (D) *MARY MUSHINSKY C-

District 86 (R) *VINCENT CANDELORA A

District 87 (R) DAVE YACCARINO B District 88 (D) *BRENDAN SHARKEY C-

District 89 (R) LEZLYE ZUPKUS A (D) *VICKIE NARDELLO D- District 90 (R) GUY DARTER A (D) *MARY FRITZ B

District 91 (D) MICHAEL D’AGOSTINO ? District 92 (D) *PATRICIA DILLON F

District 93 (D) *TONI EDMONDS-WALKER D District 94 (D) *GARY WINFIELD B+

District 95 (D) *JUAN CANDELARIA C+ District 96 (D) ROLAND LEMAR D-

District 97 (D) *ROBERT MEGNA D- District 98 (D) *PATRICIA M. WIDLITZ C

District 99 (R) CRAIG CUBELLOTTI A- (D) * JAMES M. ALBIS B+ District 100 (R) DEBORAH KLECKOWSKI A- (D) * MATTHEW L. LESSER B District 101 (R) *NOREEN S. KOKORUDA B+ (D) DAVID DWYER ? District 102 (R) LORI NICHOLSON C (D) *LONNIE REED B+ District 103 (R) AL ADINOLFI A+ (D) *ELIZABETH LINEHAN ? District 104 (R) MARY PORTER C- (D) *LINDA GENTILE A- District 105 (R) *LEONARD GREENE Jr. A

(D) THERESA CONROY D District 106 (R) MITCH BOLINSKY ? (D) LISA ROMANO ?

District 107 (R) *DAVID SCRIBNER A District 108 (R) RICHARD SMITH B+

District 109 (R) ANDREW R. WETMORE ? (D) DAVID ARCONTI JR ? District 110 (R) SCOTT DEMUTH ? (D) *BOB GODFREY F

District 111 (R) *JOHN FREY B+ (D) JEFF BONISTALLI ? District 112 (R) *DEBRALEE HOVEY A- (D) ROBERT S. DUMBROWSKI ?

District 113 (R) *JASON PERILLO A (D) ELAINE MATTO ? District 114 (R) *THEMIS KLARIDES B (D) ALDON HYNES ?

District 115 (R) JOSEPH PALMUCCI SR ? (D) *STEPHEN D. DARGAN B+ District 116 (D) *LOUIS ESPOSITO JR. B

District 117 (D) *PAUL DAVIS B- District 118 (R) MICHAEL S. CASEY ? (D) *KIM ROSE B

District 119 (R) PAM STANESKI ? (D) JAMES MARONEY ? District 120 (R) *LAURA HOYDICK B (D) TERRY MASTERS ?

District 121 (R) JOE CRUDO A (D) *TERRY BACKER A

District 122 (R) *LAWRENCE MILLER A

District 123 (R) DAVID RUTIGLIANO A (D) TOM CHRISTIANO ?

District 124 (R) JOSE L. QUIROGA ? (D) *CHARLES CLEMONS JR. D

District 125 (R) TOM O’DEA ? (D) MARK ROBBINS ?

District 126 (R) ANTHONY PIZIGHELLI A (D) *CHARLIE L STALLWORTH B

District 127 (R) ANTHONY MINUTOLO ? (D)* JOHN HENNESSEY D- District 128 (R) MANUEL BATAGUAS B (D) CHRISTINA M. AYALA ?

District 129 (R) JOHN SLATER ? (D) *AUDEN GROGINS B- District 130 (R) JOHN IANNUZZI B+ (D) *EZEQUIEL SANTIAGO B

District 131 (R) *DAVID LABRIOLA A

District 132 (R) *BRENDA KUPCHICK C (D) SUE BRAND ?

District 133 (R) CHRIS DESANCTIS ? (D) *KIM FAWCETT C District 134 (R) *TONY HWANG B+

District 135 (R) *JOHN SHABAN A (D) LEON J. KARVELIS ?

District 136 (R) STEPHEN RUBIN ? (D) *JONATHAN STEINBERG D+

District 137 (R) JOANNE ROMANO ? (D) *CHRIS PERONE D-

District 138 (R) *JANICE GIEGLER B+

District 139 (R) LEON MOORE A (D) *KEVIN RYAN A District 140 (D) *BRUCE MORRIS B-

District 141 (R) *TERRIE WOOD B (D) ROB WERNER ?

District 142 (R) *LAWRENCE CAFERO B+ (D) KATE TEPPER ? District 143 (R) *GAIL LAVIELLE B (D) TED HOFFSTATTER C District 144 (R) *MICHAEL MOLGANO B+ (D) MICHAEL POLLARD ? District 145 (R) FRANCKY TROFORT ? (D) *PATRICIA MILLER B District 146 (R) EVA A. MALDONADO ? (D) *GERALD FOX III D- District 147 (R) JOSEPH S TARZIA ? (D) *WILLIAM TONG D- District 148 (R) PHILIP BALESTRIERE A- (D) *DANIEL J. FOX B District 149 (R) *LIVVY FLOREN D (D) JOHN BLANKLEY F District 150 (R) STEPHEN G. WALKO ? (D) STEPHANIE PAULMENO ?

District 151 (R) *FRED CAMILLO C (D) CLAUDE JOHNSON ?

From: Wild Bill ........ No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual ....... Date: 05-Nov-12


Ace,

Did you read that whole thing? I couldn't.

Vote Republican. A gain in the number of Republicans will signal that the people want a change from "business as usual" = tax and spend working peoples money as freely as you please.

From: SmoothieJonez ........ No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual ....... Date: 05-Nov-12


I like my guy State Rep David Kiner (D) 59th District (Hazardville/Enfield). He supports SB83 and I got him to co-sponsor SB-83, which says a lot considering was only 8 co-sponsors if I remember correctly. He's proactive, fair and hard working. That's all need to know.

I will vote Karen Jarmoc (D) State Senate 2nd District. Last session I called and emailed Sen Kissel to see where he stood on SB83 and if he would co-sponsor SB83, to no avail. I never heard back from him until 6 weeks after the session and I got some generic email stating that Sen Kissel supports the 2nd amendment. Huh? Really? What's that have to do with SB83? Furthermore, Karen Jarmoc personally gave me and another bowsite member permission to both archery and firearms hunt all 14 of her farms/properties, which I must say has swayed my vote lol She also supports SB83.

The rest I'll vote republican.

From: BowhunterVA33 ........ No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual No Violations Reported on this individual ....... Date: 06-Nov-12


Not sure the repubs will do as they say (who remembers the contract for America?) but I know Dems will raise spending and taxes and a host of other things that do not bode well for us.




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