State Rep. Barbara Lambert today announced that she will not seek another term in Connecticut's General Assembly.
“After much deliberation, I have made the difficult decision not to seek reelection,” Lambert said in a prepared statement to the press.
Lambert served two terms as a Milford alderman before being elected to the State House in 2008. Harshly criticized after a photograph was published of her playing Solitaire during a budget discussion in Hartford, Lambert said she decided not to seek a second term because she wants to spend more time with her husband Paul and their family.
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