Norm Needleman for State Senate
Essex First Selectman and successful businessman Norm Needleman is running as the Democratic candidate for the 33rd State Senate District, promising to use his business and small town leadership experience to bring people together to get Connecticut back on track.
Leading a small town and building a business taught Norm that the best way to get things done is to put people and their needs ahead of party politics. As First Selectman, Norm brought Democrats and Republicans together, found consensus, solved problems, and kept property taxes among the lowest in the state without cutting services. If elected State Senator for the 33rd District, Norm will make a clean break from the decades of bickering and harmful policies that have come from Hartford and get Connecticut working for the towns in our district.
The 33rd State Senate district consists of the towns of Chester, Clinton, Colchester, East Haddam, East Hampton, Essex, Deep River, Haddam, Lyme, Portland, Westbrook, and part of Old Saybrook.