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In 2020, Jeff Desmarais ran for State Senate in Connecticut's 32nd District, which includes Bethlehem, Bridgewater, Middlebury, Oxford, Roxbury, Seymour, Southbury, Washington, Watertown, Woodbury.

We produced a series of issue videos and a banner ad, and ran a digital campaign with 1.6Million impressions.

When Jeff's incumbent opponent made national headlines for sporting a QANON sticker on his windshield, we worked quickly to help Jeff inform voters about the nature of this bogus right-wing conspiracy theory. 

In this education-themed video, Jeff points out that the school districts are losing funding at a higher rate than others on his opponent's watch.

Jeff agrees with Fran that every person should be able to take advantage of a public health care plan that works like our public school system.

Jeff agrees with the new CT legislation that requires people like James, who is a student and full-time employee, to be paid a $15 minimum wage.

Even without a pandemic, voting in person can be difficult for seniors, commuters and people with disabilities.  Jeff would like to see Connecticut legislation permit early voting and vote-by-mail options for every election.

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