Greg believes in a school to work pipeline and grants for a pilot program for non-technical/vocational schools to partner with local small businesses for students interested in the trades.  Students will take core classes for graduation in the morning and then pair with a small-business partner in the afternoon to learn the trade, earn money and have a positive role model and accountability.  Small businesses benefit by growing the pool of desperately needed trades people.  It’s a win-win.


As a police detective, Greg believes public safety is paramount and at risk because of criminal-friendly liberal legislation.  He will seek further modifications to the Police Bill of 2020 in order to re-institute consent searches of motor vehicles to assist in combating the opioid crisis.  He will prevent more Democratic initiatives to limit motor vehicle enforcement which will only make our highways less safe and he will work tirelessly to prevent even more criminal-friendly policies from becoming law.


Greg believes that spending should be limited to legitimate government functions and that the current budget is supporting too many wants versus needs and must be reduced for Connecticut to become competitive as a place to do business and to live affordably. 

Greg is working to repeal the HUT tax which hurts the local farming industry and drives up consumer costs at the grocery store.  He wants to accelerate pension and annuities tax exemptions so that folks can afford to retire here and be nearby to their families.  

Greg is working to reduce the State Income Tax to 4% for single filers earning less than $75,000 and joint filers earning less than $175,000.

When something needs fixing or doing or someone needs a helping hand, Greg always steps up, not to campaign or to take credit but because it’s the right thing to do.