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Sen. Duff Meets Voters & Completes Ice Bucket Challenge

"Opportunity to answer questions they might have"

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Norwalk, CT | Added on August 24, 2014 At 03:58 PM

Ice cream came with an ice bucket challenge Sunday afternoon.

Senator Bob Duff and his wife opened up their home to constituents for an ice cream social, allowing voters to interact with the Senator one-on-one.

"It gives voters an opportunity to come and talk to me in a relaxed setting, have some ice cream and really just think and talk about some of the issues that might be on their minds," said Senator Duff.

"You're able to talk to people and expand upon an issue they may be concerned about," said Keith Rodgerson, Democratic candidate for State Representative for the 143rd District.

"I do represent them and I want them to feel comfortable and feel like I am approachable. We're in their community so if they do have questions, they can come and ask me," added Senator Duff.

In addition to speaking with voters, Senator Duff also completed the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge along with Danbury Hospitals' Dr. Shawn Tittle.

"I've know people who have had ALS. It is a debilitating disease that really impacts families so deeply so hopefully this will continue to bring awareness towards it," said Senator Duff before taking the challenge.


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