Leadership for a Brighter Future
Jayme Stevenson is an experienced servant leader. For more than ten years as Darien’s First Selectman, Chairman of WestCOG, Southwest Region MPO, CIRMA and First Vice President of the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities, she advocated for citizens and businesses throughout Connecticut. Working collaboratively with her bipartisan peers, Jayme helped set policy standards and sought funding approvals for transportation infrastructure and regional service delivery while prioritizing municipal governance and local decision making.
Jayme’s respected, transparent leadership led Darien safely through the unprecedented SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, numerous hurricanes and damaging floods, protests and demonstrations.
The trusted relationships Jayme developed with cities and towns in southwest Connecticut motivates her to bring common sense, pragmatic leadership to Washington as your next Congresswoman for the 4th Congressional District.
Vote for Jayme Stevenson for Congress on August 9th, 2022.
Meet Jayme Stevenson
Restoring Common Sense Leadership in Washington
Jayme Stevenson was born to parents Carol Ann and John Calvin Jackson Jr. in Reading, Pennsylvania. Jayme’s mother was the daughter of Italian immigrants. Her father, uncles, and Jayme’s brother, served in the United States military. Jayme’s uncle, Flight Officer Jackson, was killed in action during the 1943 WWII Battle for Sicily.
Jayme Stevenson is a passionate and dedicated public servant who has been working to make changes for the people of Connecticut since she was first elected as Darien’s Chief Elected Official. With over a decade of experience, Stevenson ties into all corners of the community because it’s what motivates her job – helping others during the COVID pandemic time or any other crisis! She’ll keep fighting to bring balance to Washington’s hyper-partisan, special interest dynamic.
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