WELCOME

Dear Friends or Neighbors,

Serving in the Connecticut General Assembly has been an interesting and challenging experience. I have taken every opportunity to listen and learn from the people of our community, who have grown weary of the state’s failed policies. As your voice in the legislature, I have stood for common sense government and the taxpayers’ clear desire to face Connecticut’s massive budget deficits head on by eliminating wasteful spending.

My husband Peter and I both grew up in Fairfield and operate a heating and cooling company in town. As a small business owner, I’m particularly proud to have had the opportunity to establish a Business Advisory Council comprised of Fairfield small business owners. Together we work to encourage job growth, improve and expand workforce development and ease unnecessary business regulations.

We’ve felt the effects of one party rule in Hartford right here at home as General Electric recently announced their decision to move their headquarters to Boston after 42 years in Fairfield due in part to unsound fiscal policies and irresponsible budgets that simply don’t add up. We cannot expect businesses, whether they are large global corporations like GE, or the small mom and pop shops down the street, to continue investing in Connecticut if we cannot get our fiscal house in order.

As we head into an unpredictable presidential election year, It’s more important than ever to provide a balanced approach. Connecticut has been subjected to one-party rule that has been dominated by entrenched special interests for Too Long. I cannot stress how crucial it is for balanced and common sense leadership.

I would be honored to have your support to continue representing and fighting for our community in the Connecticut General Assembly.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at my home 203/336-1724 or by email Bkupchick@gmail.com.

Sincerely, Brenda L. Kupchick, 132nd District Proudly serving Fairfield & Southport

 

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