WILTON, Conn. – Voters will get to meet Carolanne Curry, the newly chosen Democratic candidate for the 26th District state Senate seat, at a breakfast Sunday, May 26, in Wilton. Democrats from the seven towns in the district nominated the Westport resident Monday night.
Curry faces State Sen. Toni Boucher, R-Wilton, who has represented the district for four years.
During the Wilton Democratic Town breakfast, Curry will talk with voters about how she might best serve the district and what issues are most concerning to them.
Prior to running for public office, Curry worked for the City of Bridgeport, cutting financial waste, and served in the State House as administrative assistant to the Senate majority leader and Senate president.
She was also president and founder of Blue Hills Insurance, a life, health and accident insurance brokerage, and partner and vice president of Income Protectors, Inc., also an insurance brokerage. For more information on Curry, visit her website.