Businessman Harry Arora wants to promote pro-growth economic policies, advance the affordability of health care, and invest in education. He strongly believes in limited government and in protecting individual freedoms.
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Current State Senator and former State House Rep Toni Boucher wants to advance the CT economy by promoting business growth and creating jobs, as well as investing in transportation. She strongly believes in lowering taxes and in reducing the size and cost of government, as well as in improving our education system.
Joe Markley (R)
Jim Himes (D)*
Nonprofit director Michelle McCabe wants to increase our tax base by bringing new people and businesses to CT, as well as investing in education, transportation, and infrastructure. She strongly believe in gun safety, advancing public health, and equal rights.
Matthew Corey (R)
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Businessman Bob Stefanowski wants to rebuild the CT economy by cutting or eliminating various state taxes, helping small businesses, modernizing our infrastructure, and keeping retirees and graduates in CT. He strongly believes in eliminating the corporate and state income tax and promoting job growth.
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STATE SENATOR District 28
Harry Arora (R)
State Senator Joe Markley wants to revive the CT economy by preventing tax increases and toll payments. He strongly believes in making significant cuts to fiscal spending.
Ned Lamont (D)
Michelle McCabe (D)
Business owner Matthew Corey wants to drive business growth, keep health care costs down, secure jobs for CT residents, and stimulate our economy. He strongly believes in defending our nation, educating our youth, and keeping our promises to veterans.
Bob Stefanowski (R)
Toni Boucher (R)*
Current State Senator and former State House Rep Tony Hwang wants to reduce government spending and lower taxes and to promote job and business growth. He strongly believes in limited state government, investing in transportation, and supporting small businesses and seniors.
Will Haskell (D)
Susan Bysiewicz (D)
Current US House Rep Jim Himes wants to advance economic growth and to help our small businesses create good jobs. He strongly believes in affordable health care for all and in taking on special interest groups, as well as in supporting the middle class.
STATE SENATOR District 26
Businessman and 2006 Democratic candidate for Senate Ned Lamont wants to reform the CT economy by investing in infrastructure, education, and creating jobs. He strongly believes in access to quality health care, preventing gun violence, and protecting the environment.
Will Haskell wants to revitalize the CT economy by creating jobs and keeping graduates and businesses in CT, as well as investing in our infrastructure and education. He strongly believes in fighting for fiscal sustainability, equal right for all, and access to health care.
Chris Murphy (D)*
Tony Hwang (R)*
Former Secretary of the State and State Representative
Susan Bysiewicz wants to create jobs, support rural CT, and provide access to quality health care and affordable education. She strongly believes in a woman’s right to choose and in equal rights for everyone in our state.
Current US Senator and former House Rep Chris Murphy wants to advance job creation, affordable health care, education, sensible gun laws, and a forward-looking foreign policy. He strongly believes in reaching across the aisle and in equal rights.
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Current State House Representative Gail Lavielle wants to prioritize transportation and structural budget reform.
Denise Merrill (D)*
Jonathan Steinberg (D)*
Businessman Greg Kraut wants to keep people in and coming to Westport and wants to fight for a financial recovery plan that will lower taxes.
Law firm partner Shawn Wooden wants to put his passion for public service and experience with complicated financial and investment issues to work for the people of CT. He is a strong believer in economic justice, fairness, and equality.
Greg Kraut (R)
Kurt Miller (R)
William Tong (D)
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Former First Selectman Susan Chapman wants to promote business friendly policies and ensure fair and free elections. She strongly believes in ensuring that residents, businesses, and municipalities receive the services they deserve.
Shawn Wooden (D)
STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL
Non-profit consultant Stephanie Thomas wants to advance public schooling, affordable health care, and progressive ideals such as banning ghost guns.
STATE HOUSE REP District 136
Sue Hatfield (R)
Thad Gray (R)
Susan Chapman (R)
Current State House Representative Jonathan Steinberg wants to prioritize fundamental budget reform, transportation infrastructure investment, and progressive energy policy.
Kevin Lembo (D)*
Law firm chief investment officer Thad Gray wants to address CT’s unfunded pension liabilities and provide direct communication to beneficiaries and taxpayers. He strongly believes in protecting the public interest by making sound investment decisions with no political or social agenda.
House Chairman of the Judiciary Committee William Tong wants to protect middle-class and working families in Connecticut and strongly believes in progressive ideals and guarding civil rights.
First Selectman Kurt Miller wants to create an environment that allows towns and cities to be free of unneeded regulations and burdens from the state. He strongly believes that this will allow them to thrive and lessen their need for municipal funding.
State prosecutor Sue Hatfield wants to prioritize transportation and the opioid crisis and wants make CT more welcoming of businesses. She strongly believes in protecting consumers’ privacy.
Current CT Secretary of the State and former State House Rep Denise Merrill wants to protect and expand the voting rights of CT citizens to participate in free and fair elections, and to make registering and voting easier and more convenient, and to streamline and modernize CT’s business services offerings. She is a strong believer in voter rights and access.
Gail Lavielle (R)*
Current State Comptroller Kevin Lembo wants to improve and expand public access to information about state revenue and spending, state payments, and payroll. He strongly believes in strong progressive principles and data-driven decisions that boost CT’s working families, expand opportunity, and promote equality.
STATE HOUSE REP District 143
Stephanie Thomas (D)
SECRETARY OF THE STATE