State Rep. Gary Holder-Winfield (D-New Haven) scored a key endorsement from the New Haven Register this week in his special election bid for the state Senate seat in the 10th district.
New Haven and West Haven voters in the 10th state Senate district have an easy choice to make when they go to the polls Tuesday to elect a replacement for Toni Harp, who resigned in January to become mayor of New Haven.
State Rep. Gary Holder-Winfield, a Democrat who briefly ran for mayor himself last year before dropping out of the race and endorsing Harp, deserves a promotion from the state’s lower house to its upper house.
Holder-Winfield is a smart, dedicated public servant who has served New Haven well in the House and was a viable candidate for mayor. He has approached issues from criminal justice to government transparency with great thought.
Thanks to the 2/3 Democratic majority in the Connecticut Legislature, Democrats in 2009 overrode the governor’s veto of a bill to create “SustiNet,” designed to be the nation’s first true public option health insurance plan.
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My Left Nutmeg -- a terrific blog for all things Connecticut -- reviewed DLCCWeb this week:
For many campaigns, technical knowledge and the cost of Web design consultants are barriers.