She earned a bachelors in human services from Springfield College at the end of her tenure working in the nonprofit sector from 1984 to 2001. Green said she plans to use her expertise in education to support early childhood development as one of her first orders of business. She added her three centers are fiscally sound, proving her financial acumen. On the campaign trail, residents made it known to Green they are unhappy about the states financial situation and its use of entitlements. Green said she would work to discourage these trends. Davis focuses on ecomony Incumbent Christopher Davis, representing Ellington and East Windsor in the 57th District, also said he intends to focus on improving the states job market, economy, and budget. The key, Davis says, is solving the budget crisis without raising taxes unlike the states last two record-setting tax increases. In his fourth term, Davis said he would ensure homeowners in the 57th District suffering from failing concrete foundations receive adequate support. her comment is hereHe recently formed a bipartisan group of legislators to meet with the governors office and local leaders to find solutions. Davis state committee assignments include Finance, Revenue, and Bonding, Energy and Technology, and Housing. As Democrats, Currey and Baram are supporting Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton for president.
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