Letter to the Editor: “We need Toni now more than ever”

October 28, 2018

I have known Senator Toni Boucher for many years. We first met at the National Conference on Aging in Washington, DC when I was Comptroller General of the United States. I have come to know Toni much better since moving to Connecticut over eight years ago. Toni is a person of boundless energy and considerable […]

Letter to the Editor: A Fiscally Conservative Leader

October 28, 2018

To the Editor: What is the definition of insanity? Doing the same thing over and over but expecting different results. Over the last eight years, Governor Malloy expanded taxes while growing deficits year after year. As the rest of the United States has recovered from the great recession and has experienced one of the best […]

New Canaan Teacher: “Toni is a strong advocate for students, teachers and public education.”

October 25, 2018

To the Editor: I very highly recommend Toni Boucher for reelection as our State Senator. I have known Toni for over ten years. Her commitment to Connecticut and her constituents goes above and beyond measure. As a retired business teacher, I am extremely impressed with Toni’s tireless efforts on behalf of education, especially the needs […]


October 24, 2018

It’s with immense pride I share the statement below from a letter I received earlier this month informing me I was placed on the Honor Roll of the Connecticut Education Association. “You have proven yourself to be an advocate for students, teachers, and public education. Most recently, throughout the 2017-2018 legislative sessions, you steadfastly held […]

Letter to the Editor: Toni Boucher Local Treasure

October 21, 2018

Toni Boucher emigrated from Italy and became a Naturalized US Citizen at age 10. She earned her MBA from UCONN while working full time in business and serving as a State Representative, all the while, putting her children through college. Toni later became our State Senator and has meritoriously served in many leadership roles most […]

Letter to the Editor: Boucher Champions Women’s Rights

October 21, 2018

To the Editor: While many are familiar with Toni Boucher as a fighter for fiscal responsibility, know that she is an equally effective crusader for social responsibility, including a number of specific bills on behalf of women. She fought for House Bill 5386 that strengthens Connecticut’s ongoing efforts to secure equal pay for equal work, […]

Sen. Boucher: Bold Action to Strengthen Our Property Values; Letter to the Editor

October 20, 2018

High property taxes, unfunded public pensions, discouraging business climate, daily population loss … this is a short list of the problems we’re facing in Connecticut. Is it any wonder that our property values have tanked? Nationally markets have long since recovered. The opposite is true here. State Senator Toni Boucher is well aware of the […]


October 18, 2018

(Wilton, October 18) State Senator Toni Boucher (R-26) has been endorsed by the Connecticut Business & Industry Association (CBIA). CBIA is a leading advocacy group for business and industry in Connecticut with thousands of member companies. Their mission is to champion policy within the state that will make Connecticut’s economy more competitive regionally, nationally and […]

LETTER: Redding Resident Supports Sen. Boucher

October 17, 2018

‘She is committed to revitalizing Connecticut as a place where businesses want to invest in growth…’ To The Editor: Toni Boucher is an asset to our state and we are fortunate to have her representing us. I have seen Toni in action in the private and public sectors and believe her commitment to shaping a […]

Ridgefield Letter to the Editor: Toni Boucher and John Frey are Experience and Integrity

October 17, 2018

To the Editor, Experience and Integrity are the two qualities that will make the difference for Ridgefield, and the State, this November. Let’s face it; the out of control spending in Hartford will result in higher taxes for Ridgefielders. If you’re like me, I’ll bet your kitchen table economy is stretched. I, like you, do […]