Cafero sticking with representing Norwalk

NORWALK, Conn. – Larry Cafero will not be running for governor.

The Republican Norwalk state representative and House minority leader announced his via a Tweet Thursday morning.

Cafero is in his fourth term as minority leader. He was elected to the House in 1992 to represent the 142nd District. Previous to that he was a member of the Board of Education for six years and left his post as Chairman to begin his career in state politics.


3 responses to “Cafero sticking with representing Norwalk”

  1. Oldtimer

    Sounds like a smart decision. Running for governor would be a brutal amount of work, with a limited chance of victory, while running for re-election would be much easier, with much better odds.

  2. Diane C2

    @OT – I disagree with you on this one. Mr. Cafero should have run and he would have won – this state is in a sorry mess and we need to get the budget and taxes under control, get meaningful jobs back to the state, and stop runaway spending. Just days ago the dems were bragging on giving almost $2,000,000 of our tax dollars to the Maritime Aquarium who owes us $50 million and to the Globe Theatre. (http://norwalk.dailyvoice.com/politics/norwalks-maritime-aquarium-globe-theater-gain-19-million-state-funds)….

  3. Forrest Malloy

    Run, Larry, Run!!!

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