Republican Themis Klarides files initial paperwork in potential run for Connecticut governor in 2022 election

Former Connecticut House Republican leader Themis Klarides filed initial paperwork in a potential run in the 2022 Connecticut governor’s race.

News 12 Staff

May 26, 2021, 2:29 PM

Updated 1,099 days ago

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Themis Klarides files initial paperwork in potential run for governor
Former Connecticut House Republican leader Themis Klarides filed initial paperwork in a potential run in the 2022 Connecticut governor’s race.
Klarides filed initial paperwork with the state today.
Klarides is at the Republican Governors’ Association meeting in Nashville Wednesday. She released a statement saying, “As I consider a candidacy for Governor in 2022, today I will be filing paperwork with the State Elections Enforcement Commission to indicate that I will be expending personal resources as part of this consideration. At this point, I will not be accepting contributions or conducting any fundraising as I conduct my due diligence. I believe deeply in the potential of our state, and that the status quo of the Lamont administration has failed our families. I look forward to listening to voters across the state as I carefully consider what is best for our state, our people, and my family."
She is the first candidate to potentially enter the race.


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