David McCluskeyFormer State Representative, 20th District Connecticut
David McCluskey (D-West Hartford) was elected to the Connecticut House of Representative from the 20th Assembly District in 1998.
He grew up in West Hartford and attended local public and parochial schools, graduating in 1978 from Conard High School. McCluskey received his Bachelors of Arts Degree with Honors in Political Science from the University of Chicago. He received his Masters Degree in Industrial and Labor Relations from Cornell University. From 1986-1988, he was the District Office Manager for New York State Senator Martin Connor. McCluskey was the Director of Public & Political Affairs for the Connecticut State Police Union from 1989-1997. He was the Staff Representative for the University Health Professionals, representing the nurses at UCONN Health Center from 1997-2001. Currently, he is the Education Coordinator for the Connecticut State Employees Association. Among his community service activities, he is a Vice President of the Greater Hartford Labor Council; a member of the Capitol Community College Foundation and a member of the Cornell Club of Greater Hartford.
McCluskey was appointed to the Connecticut Board of Pardons and Paroles in December, 2010 by Governor-elect Dan Malloy, vacating his State House seat.
David McCluskey's bio can be seen here.
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