Sean Scanlon

State Comptroller / Connecticut

Sean Scanlon is the State Comptroller of Connecticut. The son of a police officer and small business owner, Sean graduated from Boston College and served as an aide to U.S. Senator Chris Murphy and in the Connecticut House of Representatives for four terms prior to being elected Comptroller.

In the legislature Sean chaired the Insurance Committee where he passed legislation to lower health care costs and increase access and the Finance Committee where he wrote and passed the largest middle class tax cut in state history. As Comptroller, Sean is Connecticut’s chief financial officer and oversees state accounting, paying and administering health and retirement benefits to state employees, and settling the state’s obligations.