DERBY — Kurt Miller, the First Selectman of Seymour and small business owner, received his first Republican Town Committee endorsement for State Comptroller last week from the Derby Republican Town Committee.
“I want to thank the Derby RTC, Chairman Sam Pollastro, and Mayor Richard Dziekan for their support,” said Miller. “As the First Selectman of Seymour, we have worked with our neighbors in the Valley to combine resources to keep our taxes stable and have created a place where businesses and residents want to call home. I look forward to meeting residents throughout the state and talking to them about what we have accomplished in the Valley and how we can take it to Hartford.”
“We are very excited to have someone from our own backyard ready to join House Republican Leader Themis Klarides, State Rep. Nicole Klarides-Ditria and Senator George Logan in Hartford. Kurt’s work in Seymour to keep taxes straight for three years is a testament to his fiscal responsibility, which is much-needed in Hartford,” Chairman Pollastro stated.
Miller officially kicked off his campaign for State Comptroller at an event in Seymour last Thursday at Tavern 1757 on Route 34 .
Kurt Miller is currently serving his fourth term as the First Selectman of the Town of Seymour. He was first elected in 2011.