I'm proud to receive the endorsement from the Connecticut Business & Industry Association, CBIA. "The candidates we've endorsed understand Connecticut needs an environment where companies can compete, attract much-needed investment to our state, and drive economic growth and job creation," CBIA CEO and President Joe Brennan said. "We urge voters to look beyond the rhetoric … Continue reading Kupchick Endorsed By Leading Business Group
FAIRFIELD- Connecticut’s leading advocacy group for retired teachers, the Association of Retired Teachers of Connecticut (ARTC) representing 16,000 members/affiliates and advocate for 33,000 CT retired teachers have thrown their full support behind Kupchick in her re-election bid. Representative Kupchick represents residents of Fairfield & Southport in the 132nd House District in the Connecticut General Assembly. … Continue reading Kupchick Receives Endorsement for Re-Election CT Retired Teachers
Dear Rep. Brenda Kupchick: The NFIB Connecticut PAC is pleased to inform you that we have endorsed your candidacy for the Connecticut General Assembly in this November’s election. The NFIB CT PAC believes that you will be committed to the needs of thousands of Main Street small businesses and their employees in Connecticut when you … Continue reading Rep. Kupchick Endorsed by National Federation of Independent Business
"CTLCV is proud to endorse Rep. Brenda Kupchick! Rep. Kupchick knows expanding our landmark bottle bill is key to keeping harmful plastics out of our rivers, off our shoreline, and out of landfills. She has always been a thoughtful leader within her party and across the aisle."
I’m proud to receive the endorsement of the CT Realtors Association for my commitment to Connecticut’s Economic Recovery. August 29, 2018 Brenda Kupchick 213 Farist Rd Fairfield, CT 06825 Dear Representative Kupchick: On behalf of Connecticut REALTORS®, which represents 17,000 members involved in all aspects of real estate in Connecticut, we are pleased to relay … Continue reading Kupchick Receives Endorsement from the CT Realtors Association
I took the day off from my own small business to catch up with some of the businesses in my community. I established a Business Advisory Committee in 2012 and meet regularly with business owners during the year to update them on legislative proposals, listen to how current policies hurt their success and work together … Continue reading What’s it like to be a small business owner in Connecticut?
"I am honored to receive the endorsement of the Independent Party of Connecticut. I have always worked hard to be a common sense voice for the residents of Fairfield & Southport in the CT legislature. I remain committed to getting Connecticut back on track!"
By Fairfield Sun on July 23, 2018 State Representative Brenda Kupchick (R-132) today urged the State Bond Commission to reject an item bonding $10 million for a study on the impact of a plan to implement electronic tolling on Connecticut highways. The agenda item would borrow money to pay for the study, as required by an Executive … Continue reading Kupchick calls on governor to remove $10 million toll study
Posted on July 13 It is time again for the annual Community Tag Sale hosted by the volunteers at Operation Hope. This year’s tag sale is at the First Congregational Church of Fairfield at 148 Beach Rd. It will be held on August 18 from 9am until 4pm and on August 19 from 12pm until 4pm. … Continue reading Support Operation Hope’s Annual Community Tag Sale
By Genevieve Reilly | July 5, 2018 FAIRFIELD — As the summer heat begins in earnest, town officials are once again reminding residents that “Heat Kills.” The campaign to remind motorists to not leave children or pets in a hot car started in 2015, at the urging of state Rep. Brenda Kupchick, R-132. “We’ve done such a … Continue reading Fairfield officials remind motorists that heat can kill
Annual Operation Hope Diaper Drive https://www.facebook.com/RepKupchick/videos/10160584437995424/
HARTFORD – State Representative Brenda Kupchick (R-132) united with Fairfield Police Chief Gary MacNamara at a news conference on Wednesday afternoon to remind residents about Fairfield’s ongoing “Heat Kills: If you Love ‘em Don’t Leave ‘em” initiative. First started in 2015, the campaign aims to raise awareness of the dangers of leaving children & pets in hot cars. … Continue reading Rep. Kupchick Reminds Community of Life-Saving “Heat Kills” Initiative as Summer Begins
From CT State Reps: State Reps. Laura Devlin and Brenda Kupchick expressed disappointment that a purported Transportation 'lockbox' proposal debated in the House of Representatives really was not much of a lockbox at all. The lockbox is concept developed years ago by Republican lawmakers but now is being used by some in the majority to sell … Continue reading CT State Reps Oppose Transportation ‘Lockbox’ CT State Reps Devlin and Kupchick have voted against the ‘Lockbox’ bill due funds being allocated improperly for transportation.
By Fairfield Sun on May 29, 2018 Fairfield Republican delegates on Tuesday night said they want Fairfield State Rep. Brenda Kupchick (R-132) to continue fighting for the 132nd House District, which encompasses portions Fairfield and Southport. The convention gave its unanimous endorsement of Brenda Kupchick. Liz Kuranowitz nominated Kupchick by saying, “Brenda works across the … Continue reading Kupchick receives GOP nod for state house
My update from the Capitol on the last day of the 2018 legislative session https://www.facebook.com/RepKupchick/videos/10160392067550424/
HARTFORD — State Representative Brenda Kupchick (R-132) accepted an award from the Humane Society of the United States naming her the 2018 “Legislator of the Year” in recognition of her commitment to supporting animal protection legislation in Connecticut. Annie Hornish, Director of the CT chapter of the Humane Society, presented the award to Rep. Kupchick in a ceremony at Nutmeg … Continue reading Rep. Kupchick Named “Legislator of the Year” by the Humane Society
HARTFORD- State Representatives Brenda Kupchick (R-132) and Laura Devlin (R-134) along with Judiciary committee member State Senator Tony Hwang (R-28) hailed passage of legislation that they co-sponsored to combat gun violence, which included a ban on so-called “ghost guns” and bump stocks by the legislature’s Judiciary committee. “Both pieces of legislation that passed the Judiciary Committee are reasonable proposals that … Continue reading Rep. Kupchick & Fairfield Lawmakers Fight to Combat Gun Violence
By Fairfield Sun on March 31, 2017 State Rep. Brenda Kupchick (R-132), met with the Association of Retired Teachers of Connecticut (ARTC) & Connecticut Education Association of at the State Capitol this week. Kupchick spoke with and listened to local Fairfield retired teachers discuss their legislative agenda which included: Maintaining the teacher pension system and preserving its … Continue reading Kupchick: State needs to keep promise to retired teachers
By Ken Dixon Updated 12:22 am EDT, Wednesday, March 19, 2014 HARTFORD -- Public employees, including teachers experiencing violent events such as the Sandy Hook Elementary School shootings, should have their mental-health treatments paid under state Workers' Compensation law, a legislative panel decided Tuesday. In legislation approved 18-5 that next heads to the House floor and other committees, teachers, emergency … Continue reading Legislative committee approves PTSD proposal
By Fairfield Sun on March 15, 2018 Fairfield parents Patricia Donovan and Jessica Curran with State Rep. Brenda Kupchick. State Reps. Brenda Kupchick (R-132) and Laura Devlin (R-134) testified along with concerned Fairfield parents on a proposal to better protect students with life-threatening food allergies. The legislation, HB-5452, An Act Concerning the Recommendations of the Task … Continue reading Kupchick & Devlin push for stronger food allergy protections