District towns: Newington, Rocky Hill, Wethersfield
Election history: Guerrera won a special election in February 2001, succeeding Democrat Richard D. Tulisano, who resigned. Guerrera had no Republican opponent in 2008, when he was cross-endorsed by the Working Families Party.
2008 general election
|Antonio Guerrera (D)
|Antonio Guerrera (WF)
|Tomoyo Wakamatsu||882||9 percent|
*Connecticut for Lieberman
Public financing: Guerrara qualified for $15,000 in public financing for his campaign under the Citizens’ Election Program. He returned $9,583.74 to the state.
Background: Guerrera was mayor of Rocky Hill when elected to the General Assembly. One of the 19 bills he introduced or co-sponsored in 2009 would have reinstated tolls on major highways.
Committees: Banks, Transportation (co-chair), Veterans.
Education: B.A., Eastern Connecticut State University
Occupation: Business owner
2008 Financial Disclosure: Guerrera reported co-owning T&T Concrete and Landscapes of Hartford. He reported no income from the company. He declared rental income from a commercial property in Hartford. He and his wife, Nancy Guerrara, own a home in Rocky Hill.
They own no securities.
Guerrara filed a confidential addendum to report a debt or debts exceeding $10,000. He declined to waive confidentiality, 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.