MEET ERIC MASTROIANNI

Giving Back to the Community

Eric Mastroianni is a life long New Haven native who is very committed to our community. He is actively involved in many civic organizations including the Shriners, Masonry, the American Legion, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and Disabled American Veterans. Eric can often be seen participating in toy drives, charity fundraisers, and other community outreach programs.

A History of Service

Eric, a veteran of Desert Storm, served as a combat engineer with the US Navy Seabees. As a Seabee equipment operator, he was part of the Korean Air flight 801 rescue operation. As your State Representative, Eric will serve with the same commitment as he has served our country.

ISSUES

Increase Household Incomes

By cutting wasteful government spending, we can lower taxes and put more money back in the pockets of the working class.  I will work to end ideologically driven expenses that have no real benefit to our state.  I will support all sensible tax cuts for the middle class and I have pledged to oppose any tax increases or tolls.

More Connecticut Jobs

By ending job killing regulations and red tape, as well as reducing the tax burden on businesses, we will bring jobs back to Connecticut without giving corporate welfare to politically connected favorites.

Safety For Your Family

Strict enforcement of existing laws can take violent criminals off the streets. Putting police officers in schools will protect our children.

Fix State Employee Benefits

For the past 40 years, politicians made promises to state unions that are impossible for Connecticut to keep. Workers accepted jobs expecting those benefits upon retirement. We need to find a middle ground that is both fair to state employees and fair to Connecticut taxpayers.

Fight the Opioid Crisis

Opiods now kill more Americans every year than were killed in the entire Vietnam War. We need to address the root of the problem through education and intervention programs. People already in the grip of addiction should have ready access to treatment programs.

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