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Sally is a lifelong resident of Fairfield County, raised in Easton and currently living in Fairfield's Tunxis Hill area. She attends Our Lady of Assumption Church, where she and her talented children can often be found assisting with the music ministry or at the annual Septemberfest fundraiser.
Sally was raised in a musical family and became interested in traditional Irish music in college. She continues to perform with her husband Damien, originally from Ireland, all over Fairfield and the surrounding area. They are both members of the Gaelic American Club, where Sally serves on the Children’s Committee.
Sally is a medical speech-language pathologist at Cambridge Health & Rehabilitation Center on Stratfield Rd. in Fairfield, serving numerous patients and their families in and surrounding District 133.
As an open-minded and independent thinker, Sally Connolly truly represents the 133rd District. As someone who lives, serves, and works in our District 133 community, Sally is committed to standing up for our community's interests and fighting for our unique needs.
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Sally received the Independent Party's endorsement at a party convention in Newtown, saying, "I was eager to win the support of the Independent Party and I am glad I achieved it because I believe their endorsement reflects how I will approach issues in the legislature and the fact that I am running to represent people who hold a broad spectrum of viewpoints.”
In its endorsement of Connolly, the Connecticut-based political action committee for the NFIB wrote, “you will be committed to the needs of thousands of Main Street small businesses and their employees in Connecticut when you are elected to serve in Hartford.”
NFIB is the leading small-business association in the nation with thousands of members in Connecticut representing a cross-section of the state's economy. For more than 75 years, NFIB has advocated on behalf of America’s small and independent business owners, both in Washington, D.C., and in all 50 state capitals. NFIB is nonprofit, nonpartisan, and member-driven. Since its founding in 1943, NFIB has been exclusively dedicated to small and independent businesses and remains so today.
Connecticut REALTORS® is Connecticut's largest professional trade association, representing more than 17,000 real estate professionals engaged in all aspects of the real estate business. Founded in 1920, the association is dedicated to enhancing the ability of its members to conduct their business successfully while maintaining the preservation of private property rights.
“We carefully evaluate candidates in determining who may best ensure there is a positive environment for living in or transferring property in Connecticut. Real estate is essential to economic recovery and stability in the state and the nation, and helps to build communities. Thank you for your commitment to serve,” said Michael Barbaro, President of Connecticut REALTORS®.
Moms Demand Action Gun Sense Candidates are candidates running for U.S. Senate, U.S. House, Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General, State Senate, and State House in 2018 that have demonstrated support for common-sense gun violence prevention measures by satisfactorily completing a gun sense candidate questionnaire. Sally Connolly has pledged to vote on the side of gun safety if elected to office.
CAGV grades were determined using responses to the CAGV Candidate Questionnaire on Gun Laws sent to all candidates and, if the candidate is an incumbent, a detailed assessment of his or her legislative record including votes in committee and on the floor and whether they have introduced or co-sponsored bills or amendments to strengthen, or weaken, CT gun safety laws. Also considered are one-on-one interviews with the candidates, public statements they have made, testimony, appearances at public events and press conferences and remarks made to gun violence prevention and gun rights advocacy organizations