Concerned Citizens Party


Concerned Citizens Party

The Concerned Citizens Party is the Connecticut affiliate of the Constitution Party. The party's name is related to ballot access issues in Connecticut which have made it advantageous for the group to retain a name differing from the national organization with which they are affiliated. It was founded by Joe Zdonczyk and pre-dates the founding of Constitution Party having been founded in the mid-1970s [1].

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Platform

  • opposed to abortion, euthanasia and assisted suicide and will not support candidates who support these views "without exception."
  • environmental policies "must first take into account the inherent dignity and supreme value of humans."
  • support income taxes and society's responsibility to take care of all forms of humanity that cannot for reasons beyond their control take care of themselves.
  • opposed to homeschooling and strong supporter of public education. Public education is a constitutional right and as such, we must support this precious institution.
  • support organized labor, worker's rights and the inherent freedom of our citizens under the constitution.

2006 statewide candidates

  • Joseph A. Zdonczyk, Governor
  • Jose Garcia, Lieutenant Governor
  • Timothy Knibbs, US Senate
  • Jean Marie Burness, Secretary of the State
  • Mimi Knibbs, State Treasurer

2006 State Assembly candidates

  • Stanley Wosczyna, 24th State Assembly District
  • Robert Gorgonlione, 49th State Assembly District
  • Richard Shuley, 66th State Assembly District
  • Justin Ruggiers, 75th State Assembly District
  • Rosita Rodrigez, 80th State Assembly District
  • Nicholas Piccolo, 81st State Assembly District

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