Here is my plan for Connecticut when I become the Secretary of the State.Read More
Our state’s voting machines need to be replaced! It’s going to be up to our next Secretary of the State to choose our voting machines – a job that isn’t suited for everyone. The current optical scanners are 15 years old and were only manufactured to last 5-7 years. The lack of care and respect…Read More
In the race for Secretary of the State, we’ve been talking a lot about voting issues, but the Secretary of the State is also the chief administrative officer for businesses in our state. When the Secretary of the State sent out business registration filing reminders last month, the system crashed. THIS SHOULDN’T HAPPEN Each year,…Read More
I was asked last night what my priorities are for Connecticut as Secretary of the State.
In addition to working with the legislature to pass voter ID and work to make our business administration more modern, streamlined, and effective, we MUST Clean our Voter Rolls.Read More
The most important thing our next Secretary of the State can do is secure our elections. We will secure our elections through instituting voter ID and cleaning our voter rolls. You will hear a lot of empty promises about instituting these changes from my competitors, but the truth is, Voter ID has to be passed…Read More
After seven terms serving as state representative for Norwalk and Darien, I’m deeply enthused to be shifting my energy and focus to a state-wide race for Secretary of the State. Serving as a state representative for Norwalk and Darien over the last thirteen years has been an extraordinary experience. To have been able to participate in…Read More
With a few weeks left in the year, this is a good time to provide an update on two key issues — our state budget and the redistricting plan taking effect next fall for the 2022 elections. It is important information to know and understand some basics. I’ll also offer closing thoughts as we look…Read More
Connecticut’s 2022-23 state budget tells a story. Like any story, the author – in this case the majority party – decides what you should see and think. In this case, the story told was of a “no tax increase budget.” Let’s dive in and take a look. There are many good things in this two-year…Read More
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