Campaign endorsement announcement.

Selectman Cindy Cartier has received the endorsement and support of the REALTORS Political Action Committee in her bid for election to State Senate for the 12th District.

RPAC is a voluntary, non-partisan committee of the Connecticut Association of REALTORS that promotes homeownership and the right to freely transfer, own, and use real property of all types. It strives to encourage REALTORS to take a more active part in the political process and to fulfill their civic responsibilities.

“I am honored that the Connecticut Associate of REALTORS has endorsed my candidacy. We are facing significant economic problems in our State that have directly impacted the housing industry,” stated Cindy Cartier. “I am looking forward to addressing these problems in Hartford by offering meaningful solutions that will be a direct benefit to the citizens of Branford, Durham, Guilford, Killingworth, Madison and North Branford.”

RPAC provides support to chosen candidates of all occupations, not just real estate practitioners. RPAC communicates the endorsement to members of the Connecticut Association of REALTORS, urging them to support the endorsed candidate. They share concerns about excessive real estate conveyance taxes, the need for affordable housing, and a healthy free enterprise system.

For those interested in getting involved with the campaign, please contact Campaign Chairman Ken Wilson at (203) 453-5315 or kewjr@snet.net.


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