This type of wasteful spending is exactly why someone with an accounting background as Comptroller will benefit the taxpayers in Connecticut. Why would Accounts Payable pay these ridiculous bills month after month without questioning them? Check out this article from the CT Mirror:Read more
Listen in for Sharon's interview with Ray Dunaway on Wednesday morning at approximately 8:20am on Ray's radio show on WTIC, 1080 on your dial.
Heading over to Vernon HQ at Shops at 30 in Vernon, CT for a phone bank today from 5-7 p.m. If you are as tired of the one-party rule in this state as I am, then help us get the vote out!! Every vote counts and we need to support Tom Foley and the entire Republican slate. Contact me through my website if you can help with phone calls in Vernon over the next several weeks. We have a lot of work to do to ensure that we head in a new direction with Governor Foley!
Sharon McLaughlin, a fiscal conservative, was endorsed by the Connecticut Independent Party. She is thrilled by the endorsement, and promises to bring a fresh set of eyes, and an accounting perspective to the position. McLaughlin thanked the Independent Party for their support.
I am deeply honored by my primary win on August 12, 2014. Thank you so very much to those who supported me. I greatly appreciate your vote and financial support. I look forward to a Republican sweep in November, and to being part of the Republican team that brings solutions to the State of Connecticut.
The Republican Primary is August 12th and the polls are open from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.
With only a few days before the primary, the Colchester RTC endorsed Sharon McLaughlin as the Republican candidate for State Comptroller.
The primary is less than 3 weeks away! Join me in New Milford at Village Days on Saturday, July 26 or in Brookfield on Sunday, July 27 at 6:30 p.m. at Golf Quest for a "Meet & Greet" the candidates. I am a fiscal conservative and I support a broad policy of tax less, spend less and reign in the costs that are driving people out of our state.