Rubino is strong voice for the 23rd
Dave Rubino is the right person to represent Lyme, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook and Westbrook in Hartford. His legal experience in advocating for meaningful and balanced government policies are prerequisites for representing the 23rd.
Dave’s qualifications and extensive preparations for this office are articulated in his detailed descriptions of his positions (www.rubino2020.com). He will advocate for our seniors and growing families. His strong voice in support of our economic needs, job growth, affordable housing and protection of our natural resources needs to be heard. Dave is the deliberative person we need to represent us in the 23rd.
The pandemic has laid bare the need for change in the 23rd. As he has demonstrated his entire life, Dave will put people before politics and party. Please vote for Dave Rubino for state representative on November 3 or by absentee ballot.
Mary Jo Nosal
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