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Politics Feb 16, 2010 - 3:58 AM


Pavia attracts early support in Republican strongholds

By John Pavia





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Since forming a committee to explore the viability of running for State Attorney General, Easton attorney and businessman John Pavia has earned the early support from a number of Republican leaders in towns rich in Republican delegates. These supporters include chief elected officers, town chairmen and members of the Republican State Central Committee – all essential activists for a winning campaign in the fall.

The early list of supporters includes:

· Timothy Herbst, Esq. – First Selectman of Trumbull

· Mark DelMonaco – Chairman, Bridgeport Republican Town Committee

· Thomas Hermann - First Selectman of Easton

· Bill Brennan – First Selectman of Wilton

· Jeb Walker – First Selectman of New Canaan

· Peter Martin, Esq. – Acting West Hartford Republican Town Chairman

· Richard Moccia – Mayor of Norwalk

· Michael Pavia – Mayor of Stamford

· Mark Boughton – Mayor of Danbury

· James Baldwin – Chairman of the Fairfield Republican Town Committee

· Rebecca Adams, Esq. – State Central Committee

· Barbara Ruhe, Esq.– State Central Committee

“As I explore the opportunity to seek the Republican nomination for Attorney General, I am encouraged by the early support from these Republican Party leaders,” Pavia said. “I’m flattered and appreciative of their excitement in my candidacy for Attorney General. I have made it clear to these early supporters that I will make a final decision shortly, at which time I will seek their full endorsement.”

“I have spent the last couple of weeks talking with citizens from around the state and have been encouraged by the response,” said Pavia. “Republican, Democrat or unaffiliated, are all looking for a change in the business as usual politics in Hartford.”

“As Connecticut residents worry about their job security and providing for their families and Connecticut companies weigh whether to stay in Connecticut or leave for a more business friendly state, it is critical that we elect the right leaders to make the necessary changes to protect consumers and help our economy grow,” said Pavia.

“In the next couple of weeks I will continue to consult family, friends, donors and supporters to decide whether or not to officially seek the Republican nomination.”




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