Mayor Dan Drew may have an interest in running for governor of Connecticut in 2018, he said Tuesday.
“I’m only thinking about it at this point. It’s still early and there are a lot of factors to consider,” said the 38-year-old who’s serving his third term in office. Voters approved an increase in the mayor’s term from two to four years during the 2015 municipal election, along with that of Common Council members and the city’s treasurer.
Longtime Common Councilman Tom Serra, a fellow Democrat, said he wishes Drew well if he has the stamina and ambition to run — but does hold some reservations.
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