"I am lucky and blessed to have the opportunity to give back to a state that has given so much to me and my family. I look forward to representing all of you. Together, we can make Connecticut a better place to work and live."- David Dwyer
David Dwyer is running for State Representative of District 101, for Madison and Durham because he cares deeply about the families in the communities where we live and work. As we watch the people of Connecticut and its businesses struggle, now more than ever there is a need for someone with the skill set and business experience to turn the business climate around.
Years of work experience specializing in tax code, tax law, and his extensive business acumen will help build a stronger future for our families. We need people working for us who have the ability and experience to make the changes needed to improve the business climate and quality of life.
As your State Representative he'll work hard to help Connecticut turn around by helping build a stronger economy, a better business environment which in turn leads to more jobs, and less tax burden on the citizens of our district and more money for improving our community.
More than ever we must work together across all parties, embracing all differences so we can start making the change that will make our towns Best in Class in Connecticut.
David's Priorities as State Representative Include:
- Expanding Connecticut's economy and creating, high-paying jobs
- Protecting your tax dollars by controlling state taxes and spending and making government more efficient
- Working with education and business leaders to create a state-wide curriculum that better prepares Connecticut students for today's global economy. Offering full professional support to teachers who are so integral to the future of our State.
- Preserving and protecting our shoreline environment.
- Increasing aid to municipalities to help keep local property taxes in check.
If you would like further information or to talk to David about the issues that concern you feel free to contact him. You can reach David by phone at (203) 779-5397 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or DavidDwyer2012@gmail.com.