Kathy Hoyt announced her campaign for the 88th State Representative seat in this years’ fall election at a Hamden Republican Town Committee meeting earlier this week.
She believes there is a need for new leadership that looks to the future growth of Hamden, and CT
Hoyt, a longtime resident of Hamden, has been a small business owner in Hamden for the past 18 years,” I hear daily, the serious issues that face the people of our town. I hear their frustration and concern with the stability of our town and state. Our State Government needs to work for the people, not against them.”
Hoyt’s announcement was met with electrifying enthusiasm by the Republican Town Committee, whose chairman Frank Ladore immediately endorsed her candidacy for State Representative. Ladore praised Hoyt’s “love and engagement within the Hamden community” The 88th district consists of Northern Hamden, an area Hoyt knows well, having spent much of her life as part of the community. “Hamden is a special place: to live and raise children. I’m proud to belong to such a vibrant community., Hamden needs someone that can be trusted to represent our town’s core values and has the interests of our residents as a priority who will not shy away from the difficult decisions our state faces and has a common-sense approach to running our state.”
Kathy has lived in Hamden for the majority of her life, forging a deep connection with the people and the town. She has raised her two sons, Shane and Logan in Hamden. She has lived in Hamden for over 40 years. She is a community pillar, currently sitting on the Board of the Hamden Chamber of Commerce, encouraging and supporting small business owners in the town.