Klinck for Senate Committee Formed

Mary Ellen Klinck of East Haddam announces her candidacy as a Democrat for the State Senate race in the 33rd district.


A note from Mary Ellen Klinck:

Dear Friends,

After decades of public service at the state and local levels, I am a Democratic candidate for State Senator in the 33rd district. I served eight years as Commissioner of the State Department on Aging, advocating for the rights of the elderly and disabled. I am a life-long Democrat, served as an East Haddam Selectman and for many years as a Democratic Town Chairperson and 33rd District State Central Committee Woman. 

As a successful business woman, owner of a restaurant, an insurance agency and a real estate office, I created jobs for hundreds of people. I understand small and medium business growth is needed to reduce Connecticut’s unemployment and boost the economy. The rights of the disenfranchised, along with those of the veterans, teachers and children, have always been my priority. 

Residents of the 33rd district know they live in a magical place, and I am committed to protecting our environment, economy and quality of life. 

I have formed a “Klinck for Senate” committee. My treasurer is Emily Varkala of East Haddam. I need your support and promise to work tirelessly for you. Call me at 860-873-8420, email at meks1@aol.com, or snail mail at PO Box 406, East Haddam, CT  06423.  


Mary Ellen Klinck

Jay May 30, 2012 at 12:54 PM
Keep it in the family - Daily is Klinck's niece.
Jane Scully Welch May 31, 2012 at 04:33 PM
I am 100 percent behind Jim Crawford. A great friend of clinton's. Jim won the votes at the district convention. So I say. .,,,,Support Jim Crawford for State Senste. 33 rd district!!


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