October 18, 2018

(Wilton, October 18) State Senator Toni Boucher (R-26) has been endorsed by the Connecticut Business & Industry Association (CBIA).

CBIA is a leading advocacy group for business and industry in Connecticut with thousands of member companies. Their mission is to champion policy within the state that will make Connecticut’s economy more competitive regionally, nationally and globally.

In it’s statement, Joseph F. Brennan, President and CEO of CBIA, said of Senator Boucher, “In your time in the legislature, you have shown a strong commitment to promoting an environment where companies can compete, attract much-needed investment to our state, and drive economic growth and job creation.” He added,
“We appreciate your willingness to work with the business community and look forward to working together over the next two years to reduce the cost of government, make Connecticut more affordable, and make this an even better state to live, work and raise a family.”

In reaction, Senator Boucher remarked, “I am proud to receive this recognition from the CBIA. Our number one priority right now is to turn around Connecticut’s economy and make our state, once again, a place where business can compete and families can work and prosper. To accomplish this we must focus on lowering taxes on families and businesses, reducing our burdensome state regulations and eliminating wasteful government spending.” She added, “Toward this end, I’m thankful for the good work of the CBIA in advancing these issues.

State Senator Toni Boucher represents the 26th Senate District, comprising Bethel, New Canaan, Redding, Ridgefield, Weston, Westport and Wilton.


Tom Derderian
Communications Director
Boucher for Connecticut