Charles W. Jackson III
for State Representative in the 5th District
Charles W. Jackson III
Special Election! March 1, 2022
The seat was vacated off-cycle, so voters of the 5th Assembly District in CT get a special election. Go to your usual polling place. Vote for Charles W. Jackson III.
The 5th district includes parts of Windsor and Hartford. Watch for the signs in your area to see if you're part of the election. See the map.
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Charles W. Jackson, III Endorsed Independent Republican for the 5th
The Windsor Republican Town Committee unanimously endorses Charles Windsor Jackson, III for the 5th Assembly District’s March 1, 2022 Special Election.
In related news, on Sunday January 23rd the Independent Party of CT held their State Central Convention with a vote of 12-0 to cross endorse candidate Jackson.
Charles is 51 years old from Mahl Ave in Hartford and has resided for the last twenty years as a resident in the village of Wilson in Windsor. Mr. Jackson is the only candidate to reside in the now and soon to be reapportioned 5th Assembly District for more than thirty years.
In 2019, candidate Jackson was elected to serve as one of the three Constables for Windsor, and reelected for a second term in 2021.
Jackson is a member of several commissions, boards, councils, and civic organizations. He serves as the Chair of the Fair Rent Commission, Treasurer for the Hartford Area Cable Television Access Council, Secretary of the Wilson Deerfield Advisory Council, and Win-TV Board of Directors member. In 2014 he became the first black man to be granted the title of Worshipful Master of the Windsor Freemasons Washington Lodge #70 since its 1825 inception.
Charles is a twice Emmy Nominated Investigative Photojournalist & National Association of Broadcasters Photographer of the Year. For 8 years, Charles worked for CT-N, the government channel in the Legislative Office Building. While there he produced an hour long Week in Review show called the ‘Capitol Report’.
When asked why he continues to fight he responds with, “My vote, my district, and my neighbors matter. I’m getting old, so I don’t run much. I walk to the office. I’ll eventually get there.”
If you are wondering why this article is in the 3rd person, it is because my “I” is with the Independents in the 5th. If you’re not sure who to vote for, use your pen to write-in “Windsor”. Your vote will still and must count.
As the Honorable Mayor Donald Trinks (D) texted me the following message after a town council meeting on September 8, 2020; “I don’t think I’ve known anyone with your passion for that area of town.”
My name is Charles Windsor Jackson, III. If elected, I promise you a “Peace of Mind Guarantee”.