Perillo Promotes Victims’ Rights Over Parole Board Nomination

Posted on April 28, 2023


(HARTFORD) — On Thursday morning, members of the General Assembly convened for a scheduled session, tasked with voting on the controversial reappointment of Carleton J. Giles to become a member of the Connecticut Board of Pardons and Paroles. State Representative Jason Perillo (R-113)  joined the House Republican caucus in standing alongside families of crime victims who have raised serious concerns about Giles’ reappointment.

Giles, a former Norwalk police officer, was previously chairman of the

Take My 2023 Legislative Survey!

Posted on April 12, 2023


Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Below, I encourage you to fill out my 2023 Legislative Survey which includes a brief set of questions on what issues matter most to YOU! Your participation in this survey will help me to better represent your interests as our legislature begins to vote on key bills on the House floor.

To access the form, please click the link here: Rep. Perillo 2023 Legislative Survey

This survey consists of questions relating to both state and local issues ranging from the economy to

Bond Commission Approves $50,306 for Shelton Police Department

Posted on April 6, 2023


(HARTFORD) — On Thursday, April 6th, the State Bond Commission convened to discuss and approve requested funding for several statewide programs and initiatives. In their meeting, the commission approved the $50,306 to reimburse Shelton’s Police Department for the purchase of body cameras, dash cameras, and video storage devices.

State Representative Jason Perillo (R-113) expressed his gratitude for the work of the State Bond Commission this morning. “I am pleased to see the Bond Commission allocate