Mae Flexor

Democratic candidate for CT Senate District 29

Election Day in Connecticut is Nov. 8, when dozens of candidates will compete for positions in federal and state offices. Several cities and towns will ask local questions on the ballot in addition to the statewide question on early voting.

The Norwich Bulletin sent questionnaires to candidates vying for several state seats in eastern Connecticut. The Bulletin publishes answers with edits only for grammar or if an applicant has exceeded the word limit and has not resubmitted a shorter version by the deadline.

Three candidates are vying for Senator for District 29 – Democratic and incumbent candidate Mae Flexer, Republican candidate Susanne Witkowski and Green Party candidate Jean de Smet. The district includes Brooklyn, Canterbury, Killingly, Mansfield, Putnam, Scotland, Thompson and Windham.

Last name: Mae Flexor

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Occupation: Executive Director, State Senator

What makes you the best candidate to represent District 29?

It has been the honor of my life to serve the residents of our Senate constituency. I have lived in northeast Connecticut for over 30 years, and am so proud to fight for our community and appreciate welcoming Pomfret to our district. I got involved in local politics as a KHS student, and haven’t stopped since. As our state senator, I work tirelessly to get things done, working with our neighbors to meet today’s challenges.

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