The Office of Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz
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Governor Lamont & Lt. Governor Bysiewicz encourage businesses to participate in Connecticut Export Week
Today, Governor Ned Lamont and Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz encouraged businesses across state to participate in Connecticut Export Week 2019. Organized by the U.S. Commerce Department International Trade Administration in Middletown, Connecticut Export Week is the only free event of its kind in the nation and is designed to encourage more businesses to take the first steps towards going global. Businesses of all sizes looking to grow through exporting can participate in a series of free events and webinars throughout the week and will have access to the experts in building a global marketplace now through Friday, May 3.
Governor Lamont and Lt. Governor Bysiewicz Solicit Input From Transition Policy Committees as They Near Their 100th Day in Office
As they approach the 100th day of their administration, Governor Ned Lamont and Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz convened a meeting with the co-chairs from each committee of their Transition Policy Working Groups to review the progress of the first 100 days and discuss priorities going forward. The governor and lieutenant governor highlighted their achievements that align directly with the proposals of the committees, solicited input from the chairs regarding priority recommendations the administration should focus on for next four years, and reaffirmed their commitment to ensure that committees meet with relevant commissioners.
LT. GOV. BYSIEWICZ AND MAYOR CARBONE LAUNCH LOCAL COMMITTEE TO PREPARE FOR 2020 CENSUS IN TORRINGTON
Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz joined Mayor Elinor Carbone, local elected officials and community members in at the Torrington Health and Wellness Center to launch the city’s Local Complete Count Committee for the 2020 Census. An accurate census count is critically important to Connecticut’s northwest corner as it is the foundation to determine federal funding allocations.
Governor Lamont and Lt. Governor Bysiewicz Urge General Assembly to Adopt Legislation Clarifying That Childcare Is a Legitimate Campaign Expense
In response to a decision today by the State Elections Enforcement Commission (SEEC) stating that candidates in Connecticut cannot utilize the Citizens Election Program (CEP) to cover childcare costs when running for office, Governor Ned Lamont and Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz are urging the General Assembly to adopt legislation affirming in statute that childcare costs are a permitted campaign expenditure under the program.
Gov. Lamont & Lt. Gov. Bysiewicz Mark Equal Pay Day at Woman-Owned Business
Governor Ned Lamont and Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz today visited Penn Globe Gaslight Company, an independent woman-owned business in North Branford, to mark Equal Pay Day— the date that symbolizes how far into the year women must work to earn what men earned in the previous year.
Lt. Gov. Bysiewicz, Rep. DeLauro, Sen. Looney & New Haven Officials Highlifght How 2020 Census Will Impact Federal Funding for Connecticut
Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz joined Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, Senate President Pro-Tempore Martin M. Looney, representatives from the City of New Haven, and community leaders to highlight the city’s ongoing 2020 Census efforts and to discuss how the census impacts federal funding for New Haven and the State of Connecticut.
LT. GOV. BYSIEWICZ, CONGRESSWOMAN HAYES & WATERBURY OFFICIALS LAUNCH CITY’S 2020 CENSUS EFFORTS
Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz joined Congresswoman Jahana Hayes, Waterbury Mayor Neil M. O’Leary, and other members of the Greater Waterbury community to highlight the importance of a complete count for the 2020 Census.
LT. GOV. BYSIEWICZ & MAYOR STEWART LAUNCH NEW BRITAIN’S 2020 CENSUS COMMITTEE
Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz, New Britain Mayor Erin Stewart, local and state officials, and community members launched New Britain’s Complete Count Committee to develop the city’s outreach plan for the 2020 Census.
Statement from Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz on the Passing of Rep. Ezequiel Santiago
Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz today released the following statement on the passing of State Representative Ezequiel Santiago (D-Bridgeport):
Lt. Gov. Bysiewicz, DeLauro, Larson, & Middletown Officials Launch City's 2020 Census Efforts
HARTFORD— Today, Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz joined Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro, Congressman John Larson, Middletown Deputy Mayor Bob Santangelo, Councilwoman Mary Bartolotta, and other members of the Middletown community to highlight the importance of a complete count for the 2020 Census.
Lt. Gov. Bysiewicz, State and Local Officials Kick Off 2020 Census Efforts in Meriden
HARTFORD— Today, Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz and Secretary of State Denise Merrill joined State Representative Hilda Santiago, Meriden’s state delegation, Mayor Kevin Scarpati, and other members of the Meriden community to launch the Meriden Complete Count Committee.
Lt. Gov. Bysiewicz, Congressman Himes, and Mayor Rilling Kick Off 2020 Census Efforts in Norwalk
Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz today joined Congressman Jim Himes, Norwalk Mayor Harry Rilling, non-profit leaders, faith leaders, and other members of the Norwalk community at the Norwalk Community Health Center to kick off the city’s 2020 Census efforts.
Lt. Gov. Bysiewicz and Mayor Martin Kick Off Census Efforts in Stamford
STAMFORD, CT—Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz today joined Stamford Mayor David Martin, state and local elected officials, and other members of the community at UCONN Stamford to kick off the city’s 2020 Census effort.
LT. GOV. BYSIEWICZ, CONGRESSMAN LARSON, SECRETARY OF THE STATE MERRILL, AND MAYOR BRONIN KICK OFF 2020 CENSUS EFFORTS IN THE CITY OF HARTFORD
HARTFORD— Today, Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz, Congressman John B. Larson, Secretary of the State Denise Merrill, and representatives from the U.S. Census Bureau joined Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin at the Hartford Public Library to announce the start of the city’s 2020 Census efforts and to highlight the critical role libraries across Connecticut will play in the first-ever online census.
LT. GOV. BYSIEWICZ, CONGRESSMAN HIMES & MAYOR GANIM LAUNCH BRIDGEPORT’S 2020 CENSUS COMMITTEE
(HARTFORD, CT) – On Thursday, Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz joined Congressman Jim Himes, Mayor Joseph Ganim, State Representative Chris Rosario, and other community leaders for the Bridgeport Counts: Census 2020 Kickoff— a launch of the city’s local complete count committee to help direct the city’s efforts in the upcoming 2020 Census.