Stewart said she is grateful to have received the official Independent endorsement for Mayor of New Britain.
Carrying campaign literature and with four members of her slate by her side, Republican mayoral hopeful Erin Stewart went door knocking Tuesday afternoon on the city’s west side.
“I want to fix our infrastructure system first and foremost,” Stewart said. “You can fix the facade, but if the underground is crumbling, what good is the face-lift. I don’t believe in short-term fixes for long-term problems and that is a common theme under this administration.”
A meet-and-great by the paraprofessionals’ union turned into a full-on debate Tuesday evening at the high school when Stewart took O’Brien to task on taxes.
A 23 minute debate took place Saturday at Trinity on Main between Incumbent Tim O’Brien and Republican Challenger Erin Stewart.
Someone alert the Rock Cats management — Erin Stewart hit it out of the park during the recent mayoral debate…
At a sparsely attended debate Tuesday night, Erin Stewart said city residents deserve a more open government and a better-managed budget.
Stewart said she wants to fix the city’s tax rate, give the city youth a school system that they deserve, rebuild the infrastructure and create a business-friendly community.
“Restore the mayor’s open office hours,” Stewart said. “Quit the blame game; just get the job done.”
Mayoral Candidate Erin Stewart doesn’t consider herself a typical Republican running for office. Stewart calls herself a “New Generation Republican.” So what does that mean?