To the Editor:
Connecticut’s economy is in critical condition. We’ve gone from one of the strongest economies in the country (in the 1980s) to one of the weakest. Connecticut still has not recovered all of the jobs lost in 2008-2009. We are one of only a handful of states that can make this disappointing claim. During this fiscal/economic decline, strong Democratic majorities have presided over the Connecticut General Assembly. 2018 marks the best chance for a “change in management” for the state. We’ve given the Democratic Party 30 years to show us what they can do in the General Assembly. The results are truly disappointing.