Corey Brinson running to be “Chief Inspiration Officer”

Secretary of the State Candidate Corey Brinson press release <read>

In addition to ending the business entity tax, Corey Brinson will seek to attract and retain young professionals in Connecticut by creating and chairing a young professionals’ state commission that will advocate for young professionals throughout Connecticut. “If we can have generous tax credits to attract and retain the movie industry in Connecticut, we should also have generous tax credits to attract and retain young professionals who are Connecticut’s future tax base and leadership,” says Brinson.

What is more, as the state’s Chief Elections Officer, Corey Brinson will serve as Connecticut’s “Chief Inspirational Officer,” and will inspire a new generation of leaders to run for local and state office. Corey Brinson will also work to ensure that all elections in Connecticut are clean, fair and free from partisan politics.

Since announcing his candidacy for Secretary of the State, Brinson has been traveling throughout the state “actively” listening to residents. He has received tremendous support throughout the state from both Democrats and Republicans alike. His campaign has received over $11,000 in small contributions, which count toward his campaign public financing goal of $75,000 in campaign contributions.

We also note that Brinson has posted issues on his web site, which include several items associated with elections and voting integrity:

Elections

  • Fair, clean elections free from partisan politics
  • Inspiring more ordinary people to run for local and state office
  • Increased supervision and training of elections officials
  • Increased resources for voter registration and Election Day turnout
  • Establishing Election Day as a state holiday during even year elections
  • Modification of public finance campaign laws based on feedback from candidates
In addition to ending the business entity tax, Corey Brinson will seek to attract and retain young professionals in
Connecticut by creating and chairing a young professionals’ state commission that will advocate for young
professionals throughout Connecticut. “If we can have generous tax credits to attract and retain the movie
industry in Connecticut, we should also have generous tax credits to attract and retain young professionals who
are Connecticut’s future tax base and leadership,” says Brinson.
What is more, as the state’s Chief Elections Officer, Corey Brinson will serve as Connecticut’s “Chief
Inspirational Officer,” and will inspire a new generation of leaders to run for local and state office. Corey
Brinson will also work to ensure that all elections in Connecticut are clean, fair and free from partisan politics.
Since announcing his candidacy for Secretary of the State, Brinson has been traveling throughout the state
“actively” listening to residents. He has received tremendous support throughout the state from both Democrats
and Republicans alike. His campaign has received over $11,000 in small contributions, which count toward his
campaign public financing goal of $75,000 in campaign contributions.In addition to ending the business entity tax, Corey Brinson will seek to attract and retain young professionals in Connecticut by creating and chairing a young professionals’ state commission that will advocate for young professionals throughout Connecticut. “If we can have generous tax credits to attract and retain the movie industry in Connecticut, we should also have generous tax credits to attract and retain young professionals who are Connecticut’s future tax base and leadership,” says Brinson. What is more, as the state’s Chief Elections Officer, Corey Brinson will serve as Connecticut’s “Chief Inspirational Officer,” and will inspire a new generation of leaders to run for local and state office. Corey Brinson will also work to ensure that all elections in Connecticut are clean, fair and free from partisan politics. Since announcing his candidacy for Secretary of the State, Brinson has been traveling throughout the state “actively” listening to residents. He has received tremendous support throughout the state from both Democrats and Republicans alike. His campaign has received over $11,000 in small contributions, which count toward his campaign public financing goal of $75,000 in campaign contributions.

As the election year progresses, we look forward to further details from Brinson and all of the candidates for Secretary of the State.

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