From Ian Donnis at Rhode Island Public Radio:
"Brett Broesder, who helped pilot Peter Kilmartin's winning campaign for attorney general in 2010, has left his communications gig with Hartford MayorLuke Bronin. Broesder is co-founder and vice president of Tomorrow's Jobs, which bills itself as an effort to "grow Connecticut's economy for present and future generations." Connecticut has wrestled with tax hikes and the exit of General Electric. As Hartford Business reported, "Once an economic powerhouse, the state is experiencing the slowest recovery of any state in New England from job losses during the recession, and is well behind the national average, the co-founders [of Tomorrow's Jobs] say."