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I strongly recommend the reelection of Kathleen McCarty as the Representative of the 38th District in Waterford and Montville. McCarty is a Republican; I am a lifelong Democrat. I enthusiastically support McCarty because she is the rare legislator who can talk to and work out differences with the most MAGA Republican and to the most woke Democrat.
As ranking Republican on the Education Committee, she is the glue that makes for a bipartisan committee. She gets things done for the benefit of the school children of Connecticut. There are fewer and fewer politicians who live the art of compromise, who think the job of the Legislature is to pass legislation to help citizens, who do not think that partisan food fights are productive. We cannot afford to lose someone like this. Indeed, we should hold Kathleen McCarty up as a role model for what a legislator should be.
Andrew Feinstein
Stonington
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