Ten Political Things You Should Know About the 2019 in Connecticut

Hartford Capitol Building

The National Law review reports politically, a very big blue wave crashed in Connecticut this past November.

The State House and Senate are firmly in the hands of Democrats. On January 9, 2019, there will be 91 Democrats in the House facing 59 Republicans.

One House seat is still being contested.  On the third floor of the Capitol, Democrats will control the Senate with 23 seats versus 13 Republicans.  Driving policy for the administration will be Governor-elect Ned Lamont whose 40,000 plus election margin keeps that office in Democrat hands following eight years of Governor Dannel Malloy (D).

You can read the complete list here.

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