State Senator Len Suzio (R-13) Endorses Bob Stefanowski for Governor
Meriden, CT – State Senator Len Suzio, noted conservative of the 13th district, endorsed Connecticut gubernatorial candidate Bob Stefanowski in his bid for elected office. Suzio, who himself has been a strident advocate of easing the burden on Connecticut taxpayers, noted his faith in Stefanowski’s shared goals.
“Bob is the type of candidate who can win because he has real world experience in turning companies around through fiscal discipline, making the tough decisions and effective leadership. Bob is uniquely qualified to reverse eight years of stagnant economic growth in Connecticut resulting from the fundamentally flawed economic policies of the Malloy administration,” Suzio began. “I have confidence that Bob means it when he talks about providing relief to our taxpayers and making Connecticut a place to do business again. His campaign, with a formal endorsement from Ronald Reagan’s Chief Economist, Dr. Arthur Laffer, will make profound changes to the status quo in Hartford.”
“I am beyond honored to receive the endorsement of someone with the esteemed record of Senator Suzio,” said Stefanowski. “He and I share a vision of Connecticut’s future, and a similar disdain for the actions of Dannel Malloy. Having Len’s endorsement speaks to his confidence that I can be the change Hartford needs to put taxpayers first.”
Stefanowski who resides with his wife and three daughters in Madison, CT was formerly a senior executive with General Electric and the Chief Financial Officer of UBS Investment Bank. He has introduced a five step economic plan to save Connecticut that has been endorsed by Dr. Arthur Laffer, senior economic advisor to President’s Trump and Reagan.