#DefundCTPolice – Representatives

The list of legislators below are those who supported the Juneteenth Agenda proposed by Senate Democrats, and/or are House or Senate majority or minority leaders, and/or were the main drafters of this bill. We assigned them a lobbying score based on whether they’re being primaried on August 11th, whether they are in a contested election for their seat in November, whether they’ve expressed support for BLM, defunding the police, or police reform, and whether they serve on committees that deal with issues involved in this bill. The higher the score, the more of these criteria they fit.

The bill already passed the House, so no need to contact these legislators on this issue (except, perhaps, to share your support or disappointment in how they voted).

The Judiciary Committee led the drafting of LCO #3471, these are the representative members featured below: Steven Stafstrom (D), Rosa Rebimbas (R), Matt Blumenthal (D), Pat Dillon (D), Michael DiMassa (D), Bob Godfrey (D), Christine Palm (D), Robyn Porter (D), Emmett Riley (D), Toni Walker (D), and Philip Young (D).

CT State Representatives

Aresimowicz, Joe (D)

District 30 (Berlin, Southington)
Lobby Score – 5

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Arnone, Tom (D)

District 58 (Enfield)
Lobby Score – 6

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Blumenthal, Matt (D)

District 147 (Stamford, Darien)
Lobby Score – 11

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“No one is above the law.” – State Representative Blumenthal

Candelaria, Juan (D)

District 95 (New Haven)
Lobby Score – 7

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Gibson, Bobby (D)

District 15 (Bloomfield, Windsor) Lobby Score – 9

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Godfrey, Bob (D)

District 110 (Danbury) Lobby Score – 7

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State Representative Godfrey made a very offensive comment in 2016 calling Danbury “a dumping grounds for poor people and ethnic minorities”

Gonzalez, Minnie (D)

District 3 (Hartford) Lobby Score – 10

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Gucker, Kenneth (D)

District 138 (Danbury, New Fairfield, Ridgefield) Lobby Score – 4

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Haddad, Gregg (D)

District 54 (Mansfield) Lobby Score – 5

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Hall, Joshua M. (D)

District 7
(Hartford)
Lobby Score – 6

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Hughes, Anne (D)

District 135
(Easton, Redding, Weston)
Lobby Score – 6

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McGee, Brandon (D)

District 5 (Windsor, Hartford)

Lobby Score – 7

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Michel, David (D)

District 146 (Stamford)

Lobby Score – 6

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Morin, Russ (D)

District 28 (Wethersfield)

Lobby Score – 3

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Mushinsky, Mary (D)

District 85 (Wallingford)

Lobby Score – 4

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Nolan, Anthony (D)

District 39 (New London)

Lobby Score – 8

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Paolillo, Al (D)

District 97 (New Haven)

Lobby Score – 5

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Perone, Chris (D)

District 137 (Norwalk)

Lobby Score – 8

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Pheanious, Pat W. (D)

District 53 (Ashford, Tolland, Willington)

Lobby Score – 7

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Phipps, Quentin (D)

District 100 (Middletown)

Lobby Score – 6

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Porter, Robyn A. (D)

District 94 (Hamden, New Haven)

Lobby Score – 11

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Rebimbas, Rosa (R)

General Assembly District 70 (Naugatuck)

Lobby Score – 7

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Rosario, Christopher (D)

District 128 (Bridgeport)

Lobby Score – 8

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“The Board of Hispanic Caucus Chairs is committed to dismantling systematic racism against people of color, especially our Black brothers and sisters. We stand in solidarity with the protestors and protests that are not only fighting for justice for George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, and the many other victims of racial violence, but also challenging the history of racism and police brutality. As state legislators, we are committed to using our individual and collective positions to breate change within this country. We will use our platform to institutionalize solidarity efforts with the black community. It is our hope that with the work of activists, protestors, advocates, and policymakers that we will create a more socially just and equitable society.” – State Representative Rosario

Rose, Kim (D)

District 118 (Milford)

Lobby Score – 4

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Ryan, Kevin (D)

District 139 (Bozrah, Montville, Norwich)

Lobby Score – 6

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Sanchez, Bobby (D)

District 25 (New Britain)

Lobby Score – 6

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Walker, Toni (D)

District 93 (New Haven)

Lobby Score – 10

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Wilson Pheanious, Pat (D)

District 53 (Ashford, Tolland, Willington)

Lobby Score – 7

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Winkler, Mike (D)

District 56 (Vernon)

Lobby Score – 7

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Young, Phil (D)

District 120 (Stratford)

Lobby Score – 9

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