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Breor receives GOP nod for 64th District seat


GOSHEN—Republican delegates from the 64th District were unanimous in choosing Barbara L. Breor as their candidate for the 64th House District seat to run against incumbent Maria Horn Thursday, May 23.

Barbara Breor has been named as the Republican candidate for the 64th District. Photo contributed

A nominating convention was held at Goshen Town Hall, where Breor accepted the party endorsement and told the crowd she’s been honored by the support she’s received since announcing her candidacy. Breor added that her campaign for office is already in motion.

“It is very humbling to have so many people supporting my campaign,” said Breor, who will remain Town Clerk in Goshen.

Aside from her position as Town Clerk, Breor currently serves on the Goshen Agricultural Society as vice president and concessions superintendent; Association of Connecticut Fairs first vice president and Litchfield County Fair Association secretary. She is an associate member of Goshen Fire Company and an EMT. Her past service includes president and secretary of the Goshen Fire Company, secretary of the Goshen Land Trust, secretary of the Tri-Town Little League, vice president representing Litchfield County for the Connecticut Town Clerk’s Association and secretary of the Goshen Historical Society.

Breor said her primary focus will be to work toward protecting police, firefighters and EMTs. She says she will also work for  farms and small businesses. She defends the right of towns to maintain control over local zoning and schools and opposes electric vehicle mandates. She went on to state that she will work hard to make sure that the state sticks to a tight budget that will benefit taxpayers.

“I am eager to get out there and introduce myself to as many voters as possible ahead of Election Day and to hear what their concerns and ideas are. If elected I will work for all nine towns in the 64th and make sure everyone’s voice is heard.” she said.

Breor lives in Goshen with her husband, Thomas, and son, Adam.

There will be a meet-and-greet at Camp Cochipianee, 291 Beach St., Goshen on Saturday, June 1 from 1 to 4 p.m. for all. 

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