Fairfield residents have a ‘champion’ in Kupchick

To the Editor:

I have had the honor of serving in the Connecticut House of Representatives with Brenda Kupchick for the past four years. Knowing Brenda and seeing her in action, I think two words easily summarize her work — determined and passionate.

She consistently shows that she serves the people of the 132nd District with commitment for the right reasons and not for any type of political gain or self-aggrandizement. She is tireless advocate for constituents who have no voice, like children and the elderly, and has done remarkable work crafting legislation to protect animals.

A small business owner with her husband, Brenda has time and again defended those who are the backbone of our economy — the small business owner.

Brenda is outspoken in her support of small business, and been vocal about her opposition to growth stifling regulations and taxation rates. Brenda listens to her constituents and advocates on their behalf.

This past session, Brenda was the driving force behind the “Puppy Mill Bill,” which was signed into law. Despite many obstacles, Brenda Kupchick saw it through to the end. Our four-legged friends in Connecticut now have more protection against uncaring practices that sadly lead many to their demise. While they may not be able to thank her, Fairfield residents can on Nov. 4.

The good citizens of the 132nd District have a champion at state Capitol in Brenda Kupchick.


Fred Camillo

State Representative

151st District

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