CT State Police Union endorses Toni Boucher for State Senate

September 29, 2022

Toni’s commitment to public safety and Trooper safety is truly appreciated by the entire Union membership.”

The men and women of the Connecticut State Police Union have endorsed Toni Boucher for the 26th District’s State Senate seat, which includes Wilton, Westport, Weston, Redding and parts of Ridgefield, New Canaan, Darien and Stamford.

“Toni Boucher is one of the few candidates to receive the official endorsement of the men and women of the Connecticut State Police Union,” said Connecticut State Police Union President Todd Fedigan. “Toni’s commitment to public safety and Trooper safety is truly appreciated by the entire Union membership. We look forward to working with Toni on issues of concern during the Connecticut General Assembly’s 2023 legislative session. Together, we can make the State of Connecticut a safer place for all who live in, visit, or travel through our great State.”

“To receive this extraordinary endorsement by our state police Union is humbling and gratifying,” Boucher said. “The men and women who put on a Trooper uniform every day to keep us safe deserve our thanks, our respect and our strong support. As state senator, I will work in bipartisan fashion to make sure our Troopers are able to do their jobs safely and effectively. I so appreciate this vote of confidence from the Union membership, and I know we can further collaborate on a host of issues which will make our communities safer.”

Boucher served as 26th District State Senator from 2008 to 2019 and as a State Representative from 1997 to 2008. She has been endorsed by the Connecticut Independent Party and the Connecticut Fraternal Order of Police.

Boucher encouraged voters of all parties as well as unaffiliated voters to visit www.ToniBoucher.com today for more information about her campaign and to learn about volunteer opportunities. Election Day is Nov. 8.