I'm a proven leader and strong advocate for workers, women, public service and social conscience.
I am running for State Representative in the 30th District to serve Berlin and Southington. I found myself redistricted this year like many residents in Berlin and saw this as an opportunity to bring forward necessary beneficial policies for families, for towns, for teachers, for veterans, for first responders, for public safety, for gun safety and for women.
There is a lot of work to do and I am ready on day one to tackle the issues.
✅ Proven Leader
As Town Manager of Berlin from 2008-2017, I delivered many tangible wins – oversaw the construction of a renovated-as-new High School, where I worked closely with Berlin town council and state legislators & department heads to secure funding. I recruited our successful Economic development director, who continues to deliver business growth in Berlin, and I hired our town's PGA golf pro, who has revitalized our town golf course, Timberlin. These are just a few of my resume highlights. And I'm ready to deliver many more, for Berlin and Southington.
✅ Public service
Berlin and Southington are towns with both similar and diverse priorities. During my time as Berlin Town manager from 2008-2017 and Tax Collector, I made it my mission to respect and understand the unique balance of town priorities while executing with transparency, decisiveness, intuition, compassion and strong effective leadership. I've always held myself to the highest standards, I've always held those working with me to the highest standards, and I've always given all parties an opportunity to be heard and included. I will continue to do so as State Representative. There should be no other way.
Vote for Denise Tuesday, November 8th
Together, we can do something special on November 8th. I am asking for your vote to elect me as your State Representative to get the job done in Hartford. Thank you! – Denise
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Paid for by Denise McNair for 2022, Breana McNair, Treasurer. Approved by Denise McNair