On Wednesday Sept. 24, State Senate candidate Rob Michalik reached another milestone in his campaign: his 4,000th door knocked, reported a press release from his campaign. Over the course of the campaign, the release said, Michalik has been going door to door speaking with residents and learning about their concerns.
“It is very refreshing to see a guy like Rob get around the neighborhood and address the tough issues that are on everyone’s mind,” said Conrad Fongemie, a Plainville resident who resides at the home of Rob’s 4,000th door knocked, according to the press release. “I think the fact that Rob has knocked on so many doors is reflective of the kind of senator he will be. We need someone listens to us and will work hard on behalf of middle-class families.”
“Going door to door, I continually hear about the need to get this state moving in the right direction again,” said Michalik in the news release from his campaign. “I appreciate the opportunity to speak directly with residents to learn about their concerns and to share my vision for moving Connecticut forward.”
“To me, getting the state back on the right track starts by growing the economy and creating more good-paying jobs,” added Michalik in the press release. “We can do that by holding the line on spending and taxes, reducing the regulatory burden on businesses, and making sound strategic investments in education and job training.”
The 31st state Senate district is comprised of Bristol, Harwinton, Plainville, Thomaston and Plymouth.