State Rep. Themis Klarides today told fourth graders at Turkey Hill School a bit about the life of state lawmaker. Her trip to the school’s library came on the heels of their recent meeting with her at the Capitol. During her visit to the Orange school, Klarides described the process of how bills becomes laws and some of the more recent proposals tackled by the legislature. In turn, students told her about their favorite moments from their trip to Hartford and asked Klarides how she balances her legislative responsibilities with her personal and professional schedules. Klarides ended her visit fielding questions on varied topics—from the longest House floor debate to whether she’s interested in running for president. On the latter, Klarides assured the students that she’s perfectly happy with the job she has now: serving as their voice in Hartford.