LETTER: Supporting Dwyer and McCarthy Vahey

Letter-to-the-EditorNEWTo the Editor:

Phil Dwyer is the best choice for State Senate in the 28th district. His work on two school boards, including his current role as Chair of Fairfield’s Board of Education, and his 40 year career as an Executive and CEO for the YMCA, demonstrate both his depth of experience and his level of commitment to families in Connecticut. Phil’s role at the YMCA in creating sustainable jobs for members of the community, as well as innovative programs directed toward children and adolescents, will serve him well in in the State Senate, a position that involves stimulating the local economy through job growth while also providing care for underserved individuals and young people.

Cristin McCarthy Vahey, incumbent State Legislator representing the 133rd Assembly District, has a demonstrated record of achievement as a community leader and advocate. Her tenure as an elected official on the RTM and the Board of Selectmen, where she fought for investment in our libraries, schools and infrastructure, and as a committed volunteer, advocating for Fairfield through her involvement in the bike and pedestrian master plan, demonstrate her passion to serve. In Hartford, Cristin is a member of  the Appropriations, Education and Transportation Committees, working in a bipartisan fashion to address and find solutions to our community’s most pressing concerns.   

Both Phil and Cristin have the depth of experience and passion we need in Hartford. Each candidate is committed to listening to us, fighting for us, and representing us in Hartford.

As such, please join me in voting for Phil Dwyer for State Senate and Cristin McCarthy Vahey for State Representative on November 8th.  

Sheila Marmion

Fairfield

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