Primary Elections Will Have An Impact In Southington
Connecticut’s primary is scheduled for Aug. 11 and it features a local flair for Southington voters as Jim Townsley of Southington squares off with Donna Veach of Berlin on the Republic side in the race for the 30th District state House seat.
The race heated up after the announcement that incumbent State Rep. Joe Aresimowicz will not be seeking re-election following the current term.
In Connecticut, 2020 this will be the first time every eligible voter has the opportunity to vote via absentee ballot or in-person.
There is still a presidential primary despite the presumptive nominees being President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. For Democratic voters the choices that still remain on the ballot are Biden, Bernie Sanders and Tulsi Gabbard.
For Republicans the choices are Trump and Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente.
Locally, Townsley said he committed to “preserving a way a current Berlin Town Councilor, of life centered on individual freedom, financial responsibility, and common sense values. He said he “will fight against the trend of families leaving Connecticut due to high taxes and increasing costs by fighting for reduced spending and fiscal common sense in Hartford.”
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