Miller’s Campaign for State Comptroller Gaining Momentum

April 7, 2018 - 2 minutes read

SEYMOUR – Kurt Miller, a Republican candidate for State Comptroller, announced today that his campaign raised over $25,000 from more than 400 donors. 

“Since launching my campaign for State Comptroller in mid-February I have received incredible support from my family, friends, and residents throughout the state,” said Miller. “I have a proven track record of reform and making sure taxpayers’ money is spent wisely. It is time to have a State Comptroller we can trust and we can do that by making a clean sweep of the Malloy administration this November.”

To qualify for the state’s Citizens’ Election Program a candidate for State Comptroller must raise $75,000 from at least 750 donors. 

Miller, the First Selectman of Seymour, was unopposed for his re-election last year. As the First Selectman of Seymour, Kurt has been able to strengthen Seymour’s finances and has proposed another no-tax-increase budget proposal. 

“I used my experience from the financial world to turn the town of Seymour around in a short period of time,” added Miller. “I am now ready to take my knowledge and leadership skills to Hartford and help turn our state around.”

Miller is continuing to pick up endorsements including House Republican Leader Themis Klarides, State Rep. Vin Candelora, State Rep. Christopher Davis, State Senator George Logan, State Senator Kevin Kelly, State Senator Art Linares, Mayor Mark Lauretti, Mayor Laura Hoydick, Mayor Tom Dunn and First Selectman Mike Freda. 

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