Wilton Bulletin: Young Dem aims for the 26th

“I woke up the morning after Trump’s election and thought, ‘This is a moment of crisis.’ It’s incumbent on every citizen to build a version of America we can all be proud of,” he told The Bulletin on Tuesday. While many people might try to make changes from within the nation’s capital, Haskell said, “the best way to make change and to implement your values is to start in your hometown.”

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Run for Something Endorsement

Will Haskell is proud to receive the endorsement of Run for Something (RfS), the groundbreaking national organization that recruits and supports strong voices in the next generation of progressive leadership. “

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Fully Financed

"In the nine days since launching his campaign, Haskell has crisscrossed the 26th district to meet with voters and hear their concerns about the problems facing Connecticut. “Given the fast pace of our fundraising efforts, I’m more energized than ever to flip the 26th district. I’m so inspired by each and every one of the voters I met.”

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Aspetuck News: Haskell to challenge Boucher

Will Haskell believes Connecticut’s 26th state Senate District is in need of a major shakeup. Haskell, a 21-year-old Democrat from Westport, announced today that he will challenge Republican incumbent state Sen. Toni Boucher for her seat in Connecticut’s General Assembly.

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Announcement

Haskell, a Democrat, believes that Hartford badly needs new leadership. “Connecticut’s state government must rise to the challenge of protecting our community in the era of Donald Trump,” Haskell says, and he is ready to work with Republicans and Democrats to end decades of partisan infighting in Hartford.

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