State Senatorial Debate Saturday Afternoon

Incumbent Sen. Anthony Musto and challenger Chadwick Ciocci (R) will square off, answering voters' questions from 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. at the North Branch Library, 3455 Madison Ave., Bridgeport.

Forget Hurricane Sandy, now it's time for a debate.

State Sen. Anthony Musto and Trumbull Town Councilman Chadwick Ciocci will take voters' written questions in this event, the only debate for this race.

Musto, a democrat, has occupied the seat since 2008 and Ciocci, a republican, has been on the Trumbull Town Council for five years. Both live in Trumbull.

The district covers Monroe, Trumbull and Bridgeport.

If this is your district, come out and support your candidate! Trumbull Patch and the Trumbull Times will moderate the debate.

The debate starts at 3:30 p.m. but written questions will be collected beforehand. Questions can also be emailed in advance to aaron.leo@patch.com or to the Times.

Ciocci's Facebook page is here and his Website here; Musto's Facebook page is here and his Website here.

Anthony Musto November 04, 2012 at 12:28 PM
I want to thank Mr. Ciocci for a respectful debate. As you might imagine, there were not many people there (many were Trumbull town officials - BOE member Labella, Councilmen Scinto, Waizenegger (who took notes the whole time from the front row) and Pia), and I was late due to meetings with state and federal officials about storm responses. Nonetheless, we had a good debate about several important issues: job creation, education, municipal funding, and budgets. Although we disagreed on several points, it was, I hope, informative. Just a reminder - if you don't have power or know someone who doesn't call 800-7-CALL-UI (800-722-5584) and report it once in the morning and once around 6. When Mr. Leo writes his article about the debate I encourage everyone to read it. Storm or not, power or not, we still have an election on Tuesday. Anthony Musto


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