SUSAN EASTWOOD – CANDIDATE FOR THE PEOPLE
Susan Eastwood is proud to announce that she has earned endorsements from a broad range of grass-roots organizations that are central to the vibrant and diverse character of the 35th Senate District – representing the thirteen towns of Ashford, Chaplin, Coventry, Eastford, Ellington, Hampton, Pomfret, Stafford, Tolland, Union, Vernon, Willington and Woodstock.
The men and women of the following organizations have endorsed Susan Eastwood because of her proven record of working for her community and the working men and women who call the 35th Senate District home:
- Service Employees International Union State Council (SEIU)
- American Federation of Labor & Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)
- Connecticut Citizens Action Group (CCAG)
- NARAL Pro-Choice CT
- CT Sierra Club
- Working Families Party
- Save Open Space - Coventry
Lindsay Farrell, Executive Director of the Connecticut Working Families Party stated that they “…endorsed Susan Eastwood because she will fight to make sure we have an economy that works for everyone. We need Susan Eastwood at the statehouse so we can pass legislation that benefits working and middle class families in Connecticut.”
With the endorsement of the Working Families Party, SEIU, AFL-CIO, CCAG and NARAL and the Sierra Club, Susan Eastwood has earned support from men and women across the district representing labor, civic groups, women and the environment who make our day to day lives better and work tirelessly to protect the quality of life throughout their communities.
“I am honored to receive the support of so many throughout the district and the state. I ready to work with the people of the district and focus on the issues which matter most – helping our small businesses thrive, making sure our schools have the resources they deserve and our children grow up in a healthy and clean environment, keeping our local farms working and preserving the rural character that is our heritage.” stated Susan Eastwood. “The most important resource our district has is its people. I promise to work hard every day and always remember that my number one priority is to look out for their interests.”
Paid for by Susan Eastwood 2012 • Betsy DiQuattro, Treasurer. • Approved by Susan Eastwood