VOTE NOV 8
for District 144
On February 1st, 2022 I was sworn in at our capitol as the State Representative of Connecticut's 144th District and promised to do my utmost to uphold your faith in our constitution and in our government. In the months since, I've been able to work with lawmakers, community leaders and residents to uphold and expand my campaign promises of Investing in Education, Lowering the Cost of Living, Revitalizing Our Economy, Protecting Our Seniors and, Fighting for Veterans and First Responders. I am proud of the ways we've been able to create change in Stamford, but the work is not done. This year, Election Day is on November 8th. I hope you'll take some time to read about what I've been able to accomplish in the months since I was elected and trust me to continue the work in the 144th District.
NeWS & UPDATES
News12 The Bronx
State Rep. Hubert Delany reflects on ancestry during Black History Month
"[I want] To be a mirror and a torch. A mirror, so that others can see themselves where I stand. And a torch, to be able to pass on to others to be able to lift people up. That's what was done for me, and that's my responsibility to do that for others."
Connecticut officials push for anti-bias voting changes at the polls
“It’s important for us to be able to lead by example and to send a message to others that if you’re going to try to undermine democracy, that you’re going be able to try and undermine the right to vote, that you can’t do it here,”
NAACP Legal Defense Fund
Civil Rights Coalition and Connecticut Legislators Join Together in Calling for Passage of Voting Rights Bill S.B. 471
“Voting rights for all is a fundamental component of upholding a working democracy. We must ensure that our elections are being conducted in a fair and just manner."
News India Times
GOPIO-Connecticut celebrates India’s 75th Independence Day
On Sunday we celebrated the 75th Anniversary of the India’s Independence Day! We raised the American, Indian, and Connecticut flags, and then we celebrated the rich culture and history of our Indian and Indian American communities.
The Stamford Advocate
Stamford, Norwalk gain big in ‘earth-shattering’ change to how CT refunds new school buildings
“It’s a matter of equity here for both Stamford and Norwalk and we needed to get this done because these schools are so critical for the future of the state."
- Senate President Pro
Tempore Martin Looney