I am running for governor because I have watched politicians in Hartford worry more about their jobs then ours. They continue to make sure that their political cronies’ nests are well-feathered, while the people of Connecticut continue see wages and jobs stagnate. Enough is enough. Connecticut needs a governor who is going to undo the damage done by the Malloy administration and create a bold vision for us all to come together.
Connecticut’s main problem is a lack of job growth. While the rest of the United States has recovered from the Great Recession, Connecticut has recovered only 78 percent of its lost jobs. As a result, 100 people each day move out of Connecticut. Our next governor’s main job is to inspire us and enact policies that allow us all to create private-sector jobs.