Vote Matt Pugliese for House representative
Matt Pugliese offers a refreshing, nonpartisan voice in the state House of Representatives for Lyme, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook and Westbrook. Matt brings business experience from the nonprofit sector where he has managed tight budgets and competing union interests to deliver theatrical arts to communities in Middletown and at the University of Connecticut. Matt has been recognized for his business acumen by the Hartford Business Journal 40 under 40.
As a resident of Old Saybrook raising a young family, Matt knows firsthand the importance of supporting education, working women and families. With his courage to speak up for policies that make sense, Matt has earned the endorsements of Moms Demand Gun Sense, Connecticut Chapter of National Organization of Women and Planned Parenthood.
Connecticut has distinguished itself as a leader in gun control and voting equality. To retain these advances, our legislature needs to be controlled by those willing to stand up for these values. Connecticut needs to become a leader in business and the arts. Matt Pugliese has the experience and fortitude to be our next leader.
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