District: 1st District (Hartford &
Mike De Rosa earned a B.A. in History from the University
of Connecticut. He also attended Southern Connecticut
State University and has taken a significant number of
post-graduate courses. Mike has worked for the Domestic
Peace Corps (VISTA) in Camden, NJ and he has 3 years of
experience as an elementary school teacher for New Haven
Public Schools. Currently, he is a Computer Network
Mike is the host,
producer and researcher for New Focus, a
weekly news radio program on WWUH (91.3 FM) and WHUS (91.7
FM). Mike has done many important stories on nuclear
power, utilities and other issues impacting the citizens
and people of the Greater Hartford area. Mike is a member
of Hartford City Councilwoman Elizabeth Horton Sheff's
Advisory Council and he served as Campaign Manager for
her successful 1999 campaign.
He is a founding member of the Connecticut Green Party
and is a member of the Connecticut Green Party Steering
Committee. He is also the editor of Connecticut Green
Times. In his spare time, Mike is an avid photographer
and painter. He is married to Barbara Barry who is a
registered nurse. They reside in Wethersfield, CT.
Mike is committed to grassroots citizen participation.
The defining theme of
Mike's campaign is "fighting for people and change."
Opponents: John Fonfara (Democrat)
Number of signatures needed to get on the ballot: 97
Campaign Website: www.derosa2000.com
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org or 860-956-8170
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