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I am a lifelong Democrat, but have never believed in blindly voting the party line. As such, I will be splitting my ticket and voting for Devin Carney to return as state representative for the 23rd District. In the last several years, I have gotten to know Devin and have found out he is an individual who really cares about people.
Devin has always been an independent voice for the district and frequently works across the aisle to get the best legislation passed. He doesn’t represent us in Hartford as a partisan, but as someone really trying to do the right thing for his constituents. He has been a strong advocate for our community in terms of the economy and taxes, especially as they affect seniors. Devin has in his statements and voting record shown that he is committed to create a positive economic climate in Connecticut for everyone, reduce our debt burden, control state spending and oppose new taxes.
These aren’t partisan ideals, but ideals that will help return our state to prosperity. I hope other Democrats will join me in voting for Devin this November.
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