Sunday, February 18, 2018
Lumaj Rolls Out More Endorsements
Lumaj For CT is proud to announce the endorsements of two local Republican officials today. Lumaj gained the endorsements of Southington Town Councilman William Dziedzic and Southington Board of Finance Member Tony Morrison. Team Lumaj is excited to have the support of conservative leaders in the Town of Southington . We look forward to working with them as we work to create a #FreshStart4CT in 2018!
William Dziedic, Councilman, Town of Southington
"I support Peter for Governor because I think some very tough and potentially unpopular decisions need to be made with respect to where our State is financially. I think he has the courage to make these decisions and not be afraid to upset the status quo."- Councilman William Dziedic
"Peter is a dynamic individual with an inspiring life story which has given him the ability to understand and share the concerns and aspirations of all Connecticut citizens. He has a clear agenda to solve our state's serious financial problems and the leadership skills to implement them. I am delighted to endorse Peter Lumaj as the Republican nominee for Governor in 2018."- BOF Member Tony Morrison
Lumaj has also been endorsed by State Representative Rob Sampson who represents Southington and Wolcott in the General Assembly. Please stay tuned for future endorsements! Many more coming!
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