“He is in charge. He walked step by step, side by side with Dan Malloy and all we know is that this state is not doing well,” D’Amelio said to supporters gathered at 132 Washington St.
Voters are ready for a change, D’Amelio said to NancyOnNorwalk videographer Harold Cobin, explaining that the headquarters is in close proximity to the Walk Bridge because he feels the $700 million state plan to rebuild the aged railroad bridge hasn’t been properly vetted and he won’t stand for it.
D’Amelio said he’s a business person who can’t be bought, and, “I am an action guy.”
Duff, a Democrat, has been District 25 State Senator since 2004 and is Majority Leader. D’Amelio is an apparel industry entrepreneur and resident of Norwalk for more than 40 years.