New London police union leaders endorse Adam Sprecace for council
Republican Adam Sprecace is once again running for City Council. He is a bright and thoughtful former three-term councilor who always does his homework and thinks before speaking. As long time New London Police Union leaders, Adam has always made himself available to discuss any issues of importance to us. Adam is refreshingly honest and a man of his word. If he says he will support an issue he means it and follows through to the best of his ability. Even when we disagree on an issue, he provides well-reasoned positions and often provides alternatives to find an amicable solution to move issues forward.
We believe he is a model of what a city councilor should be and enthusiastically endorse him for a seat on City Council. Please consider Adam Sprecace when you cast your vote on Nov. 5. Help move New London forward.
Todd Lynch, Union President
Chuck Flynn, Vice President
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