Manchester manager Crespan announces State Senate race

MANCHESTER, CT – Board Member Jacqueline Crespan of Manchester (R) has announced her candidacy for the 4th District seat in the State Senate.

Here is his official announcement:

“I want to bring my life experience to the State Capitol to be your voice.”

Pledging to work to create “a safer and more affordable Connecticut”, Manchester Board of Directors Minority Leader Jacqueline Crespan announced she was running to be the next state senator from the 4th district. The district includes Andover, Bolton, Glastonbury and Manchester.

“I lived the American dream,” said Crespan, who was born in Uganda under the dictatorship of Idi Amin. “I know what it’s like to live without freedom. I love the United States, I love Connecticut, and I truly appreciate public service. I want to help make our state safer, stronger, and more affordable. With the support of Democrats, Independents, Republicans, and unaffiliated voters, I want to bring my life experience to the State Capitol to be your voice. I will be a Senator who listens and works tirelessly on your behalf.

Crespan has resided in Manchester for over 23 years. She is an independent businesswoman who manages property in Manchester. Crespan has more than 20 years of experience in the field of information technology and has held management positions such as Lead Software Engineer and Systems Business Analyst mainly for the insurance industry.

“I will be a voice for everyone,” Crespan said. “My life has been about facing and overcoming challenges through hard work and perseverance. As your state senator, I will bring that determination to Hartford and fight to improve your quality of life every day. I will be working with people from all political parties to help move our state forward.I have already received enthusiastic feedback from people across our region, and I am excited to meet constituents and listen to their thoughts and their concerns. This campaign is already full of energy and momentum. Together, through positive dialogue and action, we will elevate our state.”

A graduate of Central Connecticut State University with a degree in computer science, Crespan is a member of the Golden Key National Honors Society.

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