Election history: Larson was elected without opposition in 2008, succeeding Democrat Michael Christ, who did not seek re-election after failing to become House majority leader.
2008 general election
|Timothy D. Larson (D)
Public financing: Larson did not seek public financing for his campaign under the Citizens’ Election Program.
Background: Name recognition was not a problem for this freshman in his first campaign for the General Assembly. His brother is John B. Larson, the congressman and former state Senate leader. And Tim Larson was the popular mayor of solidly Democratic East Hartford for eight years. After a three-year break, he is back in politics.
Committees: Banks, Finance, Public Safety
Education: B.A., Eastern Connecticut State University
Occupation: Executive director, Tweed-New Haven Airport
2008 Financial disclosure: Larson reported income from Tweed-New Haven and his wife, Nancy Larson’s, salary as a South Windsor teacher.
The only stock they held worth more than $5,000 is Peoples Bank.
He chose to keep confidential information on debts more than $10,000, as allowed by law.
A note on financial disclosure: Every spring, officials are required to disclose the ownership of real estate, the source of any income exceeding $1,000 in the previous calendar year and securities worth more than $5,000.