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SoCalDem Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Mon Aug-11-03 05:00 PM
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4. he is a dem.
Edited on Mon Aug-11-03 05:09 PM by SoCalDem
Horton ultimately lost the race to Rep. Kenneth Green, D-Hartford. The two incumbents faced one another because of redistricting in the 1st House District.




He actually did some very good things.. :(
http://www.cga.state.ct.us/hdo/HDO002.htm




September 27, 2002

REP. HORTON SUPPORTS FUTURE CHEFS FIGHTING HUNGER IN FARMINGTON
State Representative Barnaby Horton (D-Hartford) announces his support for the students of Connecticut Culinary Institute who will be holding a dinner fundraiser on September 28, 2002 at 5:30pm at the schools Farmington campus. All proceeds will be donated to End Hunger Connecticut, Inc.

I am anxious to support Future Chefs in their efforts to fight against hunger, said Rep. Horton. It is our goal to educate families on how to progress beyond the food pantry toward self-sufficiency.

Connecticut Culinary Institute students will create an dinner consisting of a jazz cabaret and photography exhibit Faces of Hunger in support of End Hunger Connecticut, Inc. The dinner will raise awareness and funding for solutions to eradicate hunger.

This event will take place at the Connecticut Culinary Institute Caf, Talcott Plaza at 230 Farmington Avenue on their Farmington campus. Tickets are $75 and $125 per couple, which may be delivered or purchased at Connecticut Culinary Institute Caf during regular business hours. Phone inquiries at (860) 586-8761, 677-7869 or 296-1127.





bio from GayLaw site

http://www.ctgaylaw.com/links.html


Barnaby W. Horton
Financial Consultant
U.S. Private Client Groups A Family

BARNABY W HORTON
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185 ASYLUM STREET
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HARTFORD, CT 06103





Tel: 860-728-3526 BARNABY


HARTFORD, CT Branch Page




Client Commitment
Our most deeply held principle at Merrill Lynch is that clients come first, and I am proud to be part of that tradition. To help you meet your financial objectives and build your wealth, I first listen to your personal goals, and then offer effective approaches to achieve them. At Merrill Lynch, I have unparalleled resources that include planning expertise, investment strategies and state-of-the-art technology designed to streamline any financial picture. Let me put them to work for you.


Professional Profile
To meet the financial demands of individuals and growing businesses Mr. Horton combines comprehensive financial planning with portfolio and liability management, including residential mortgage lending.

Mr. Horton takes his clients through a four step process to help determine their financial goals, review their current financial standing, assess their risk tolerance, and to implement their financial plan.

Products Mr. Horton offers include financial and retirement planning, residential mortgages, managed money solutions, cash management, business and professional account management, business lending, 401(k), and individual and business insurance.

Mr. Horton is a Certified Financial Manager. He earned his BA from Washington University in St. Louis, MO, his law degree from the University of Connecticut School of Law, and has attended The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Mr. Horton was elected to two terms in the Connecticut State Legislature, and served on the Finance, Revenue & Bonding Committee.

Mr. Horton lives in West Hartford with his wife, Catherine, their son, Carter, and daughter, Anne.






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