State Senator Bob Duff wants to know what you believe are the most important local and state issues. Residents of Darien and Norwalk, Duff’s districts, can share their thoughts through an online survey.
“In a democracy, everyone’s opinion matters,” Duff said. “We get a chance to express those opinions at every election, but I find a lot of value in getting more regular updates on people’s views. I will use the feedback from this online survey to inform and guide my upcoming votes on important bills this legislative session. The survey only takes five minutes to complete, so I hope everyone will take a little time to fill it out.”
The survey, available at SenatorDuffSurvey.com, will ask questions regarding the state’s budget, ways to help the state budget and create jobs, minimum wage, energy planning and deregulation, health care and local hospitals, gun violence, reinstating tolls, education, senior issues, response to Sandy Hook, tree removal, genetically modified food labeling, and early voting.