Newtown's Republican State Delegation

State Senator Tony Hwang

Senator Tony Hwang is serving his 5th term representing Connecticut’s 28th Senatorial District, which includes the towns of Newtown, Bethel, Easton and Fairfield .

Tony serves as the Ranking Member of the Transportation and Insurance and Real Estate Committees. He is a member of the Planning and Development Committee and the Finance Revenue and Bonding Committee. He is the Ranking Member of the Bonding Subcommittee of the Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee and serves as co-chair of the legislature’s bipartisan Bioscience Caucus.

Previously, Tony served as Vice-Chair of the Aging and Energy & Technology Committees and Ranking Member of the Housing, Higher Education, Public Health, Planning & Development and Public Safety & Security Committees.

To learn more about Tony visit his website: TONY HWANG

State Rep. Mitch Bolinsky

State Representative Mitch Bolinsky is serving his 6th term in the Connecticut General Assembly, proudly representing his hometown, Newtown.

He is an Assistant Republican Leader and serves on the legislature’s powerful Appropriations Committee, Education Committee, and Aging Committee.

Representative Bolinsky is dedicated to providing caring constituent service to the children, families, seniors and businesses in town. His focus on economic development and job creation has made him a highly effective advocate for the people of the 106th District.

To learn more about  Mitch  visit his website:  MITCH BOLINSKY

State Rep. Marty Foncello

Marty Foncello represents the 107th House District in the Connecticut General Assembly, serving the constituents of the Town of Brookfield and a section of Newtown and Bethel.

Marty serves on the Aging Committee, Appropriations Committee and Education Committees.  

Marty proudly served as an Army Officer for 28 years, retiring in 2002 as a Lieutenant Colonel. His military career spanned three wartime eras: Vietnam, the First Gulf War and the current War on Terror and includes service in all three components of the Army: Active, Reserve and National Guard.

Concurrent with his Reserve military career, Marty served in civilian life in several capacities. He taught Statistics and Business Decision Making as an adjunct faculty member at several local universities including Western Connecticut State University, founded, and served as the President of the Greenridge Tax District and Water Company which provided water to 270 homes in Brookfield and Newtown and served as a member of Brookfield’s Economic Development Commission.

In 1999, Marty was elected First Selectman of the Town of Brookfield.  He served in thiscapacity for two terms.  While serving as First Selectman, Marty was called to active duty with the Army in Washington, DC, following the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

Following his tenure as First Selectman, Marty served as a Senior Intelligence Officer with the newly created Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Office of Intelligence and Analysis. For over 14 years, Marty worked in New York City as a liaison to the NYPD, FDNY and Office of Emergency Management. He also worked closely with members of the private sector as well as his colleagues from the Intelligence Community and from the DHS component agencies located in NYC.