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At Monday’s virtual convention, Kim Healy won the Republican nomination for the 26th State Senate District seat. The 26th State Senate District is comprised of seven Connecticut towns including Redding, Ridgefield, and Wilton and parts of Bethel, New Canaan, Weston and Westport.


Healy accepted the nomination by noting that “With the right leadership, I am confident we can turn things around and restore hope in Connecticut for the next generation.” Healy is determined to win and disrupt the single-party political control in Hartford. She believes that changing the political leadership in Hartford will prevent the enactment of harmful school regionalization policies and move Connecticut toward a more sustainable future.

Healy was nominated by the Honorable Judith Freedman, former State Senator from the 26th District, who assured delegates that “Kim is a highly energized, knowledgeable candidate who will bring a lifetime of experience to the State Senate. I am proud to support her.”


William Lalor of Wilton seconded the nomination and said, “I am proud to offer my enthusiastic endorsement of Kim Healy.  She is a breath of fresh air who offers voters the important perspectives of a mother and community volunteer who has been a business professional. She will work hard to be an authentic advocate for her constituents.” 


Healy is a CPA and was an auditor for PriceWaterhouseCoopers.  She has over 20 years of volunteer experience, most notably as a tax preparer through the AARP and the Treasurer of the Wilton Library.  She is also involved with her children’s schools, Minks to Sinks, and Wilton’s Warrior Helpers.  She has previously been treasurer of the Wilton Youth Council.  Kim moved to Connecticut in 1994 and to Wilton in 2008. She is the parent of four children from ages 22 to 13. 


Healy is eager to engage safely with voters in the 26th Senate District and learn more about the issues that are most important to them as individuals.


For more information or to get involved in Kim’s campaign, or attend a Zoom town hall meeting, please visit

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