State Sen. Carlo Leone, a Stamford Democrat representing much of Stamford and Darien in the state Senate, has announced he is running for re-election.
Here’s Leone’s statement on Facebook, posted at 5:58 p.m., Tuesday:
Join me as I run for re-election as your state senator in the 27th District this November. I will once again participate in the Citizens’ Election Program and need your help to qualify. This campaign finance program emphasizes the importance of grassroots donors because your voice matters. Please visit my site and contribute.
Here’s what his campaign website says about him:
In 2011, Carlo Leone was elected State Senator for the 27th District—serving Stamford and Darien. He is the current Senate Chairman of the General Law Committee. He also serves on the Finance, Revenue and Bonding and Transportation Committee. He is the Deputy President Pro Tempore in the Connecticut State Senate and has served in several leadership positions throughout his political career.
Carlo also works as a Veterans program manager at The WorkPlace helping homeless Veterans find housing and employment assistance.
Carlo is committed family man who is dedicated to working for the citizens of Stamford and Darien.
Leone’s state Senate website can be found here.