It's About People, Not Politics
“A strong commitment to community is the most important reason I’m running for state representative. Working for what helps us all is more important than the negative attack politics that tears communities apart.”
As Chair of the Clinton Town Council and a small business owner myself, I have seen first-hand the impacts of the pandemic on small businesses and the struggles of working people who are confronted with uncontrolled inflation. Investments in our communities that promote growth and keep our towns affordable are essential. I support responsible spending, low taxes and a strong commitment to infrastructure investments.
Climate change is real. We can see it along the shoreline and we need to take reasonable steps to protect our natural environment for future generations. I support efforts at the state level to partner with towns to make real investments in coastal resiliency initiatives.
The first duty of government is to protect the safety of our communities. If government can't keep us safe, it has failed us. That's why I am a strong supporter of funding our police and committed to giving officers the tools and resources they need to do the job of protecting our families and fellow citizens.
Parents and local elected boards of education should be allowed to run our grammar and secondary schools without interference from the State. Home rule is important tradition in Connecticut and we should respect the efforts of parents, teachers, and local elected officials to make those public schools great places to learn for every student.
As a former member of the Clinton Zoning Commission, I am strong believer in local control of zoning laws. I do not and will not support state laws that further erode local zoning regulations. Our communities belong to us and the State should not make our towns a social experiment.
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A resident of Clinton since 2003, where he resides with his wife and two children, Chris has been active in the local community, serving as the President of the Clinton Youth Football, Board Member and volunteer coach in Harry Swan Little League and volunteer coach in the Park & Rec Youth Basketball program.
For last three years, he has served as Chair of the Clinton Town Council and before that was a member of the Clinton Planning and Zoning Commission and Board of Assessment Appeals.
Chris attended Notre Dame High School in West Haven and graduated with a BS in Business Administration from Merrimack College. He is the owner of Security Financial Mortgage Corp., LLC, a mortgage broker with an office in Clinton.