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Former New Milford Rep. nominated as state Auditor

Clark Chapin has been nominated to serve as Connecticut State Auditor of Public Accounts, to compete the term of the late Rob Kane as the Republican auditor. The appointment will last through June 30th 2023. 

Chapin served six terms in the House and two terms as State Senator representing multiple communities including Brookfield, Kent, Litchfield, Morris, New Milford, and Warren.  After leaving the legislature, Chapin then served as the state executive director of the Connecticut USDA Farm Service Agency.  In addition to serving in government, he has been a self-employed carpenter since 1988. 

The former longtime New Milford resident currently lives in Ellington.

Connecticut has a Democratic and Republican auditor of public accounts, who jointly oversee a legislative agency tasked with providing independent and objective opinions and recommendations on the operations of state government and the state’s effectiveness in safeguarding resources.  The nomination now goes before the Executive and Legislative Nominations Committee and is subject to approval by the full General Assembly.

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