Martha is a very passionate attorney & is willing to fight for our Constitutional Rights - although she has formally announced that she's running for the office of Governor I do think that she's a better fit for Attorney General & was shocked that she announced she was running for Governor rather than AG office this cycle
CT needs a person who is willing to fight for the best interests of our citizens not the united nations agenda or the corporate greed as our current state administration seems to be all for.
Martha has been a defender of our Constitutional Rights as an attorney & Would be a Great AG & would work hard for us as top attorney for the citizens of CT. I do hope that if she is open to being drafted to run for the AG position.
Her entry into the ring for the governor's seat splits the "Liberty" vote; but as AG it strengthens the ticket across the board & ensures that the laws going forward will be looked at through the eyes of the constitutions of both the state of CT & the country.
I do hope that she is willing to be drafted into the position of Attorney General where we know that she has in the past pulled 44% of the votes. I can not support her in the position of Governor Candidate but should she run for the position of Attorney General I am very willing to support her.
Now I worry for CT because we need to find a candidate that holds the Constitutions of both the state & country to be of high value to fight for & not cave into the pressure to be enslaved by the United Nations Agendas that the Democrats here in CT have been ramming down our throats at both the state level as well as at the town level