Ex-FBI agent Mike Clark, who helped bring down two corrupt Connecticut mayors and a governor wants to go to Congress.
The Associated Press  reports that Clark, 56, has announced his candidacy for Connecticut’s 5th Congressional District, which includes wealthy Hartford suburbs and cities such as Waterbury and Danbury.
AP reported that he would become the third ex-FBI agent in Congress.
Clark has worked at Otis Elevator as manager of international investigations and compliance since he retired from the FBI in 2004, AP reported.
Clark is credited with helping send two Waterbury mayors to prison along with Conn. Gov. John G. Rowland.
“I’ve got this unique perspective that I’m bringing to the table,” Clark said, according to AP.
He Clark said the public won’t have to harbor concerns that he’ll be a crooked politician.