Jake Lewis [email protected]
Hartford, CT — Today the reelection campaign for Governor Ned Lamont announced it will participate in two debates and four candidate forums ahead of the November 8th election.
The first debate, hosted by NBC-CT, will air on Tuesday, September 27th. The second will be co-hosted by the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities (CCM) and WTNH on Tuesday, November 1st, at the CCM Annual Meeting at Mohegan Sun Casino. These are the only debates in which Governor Lamont will be participating.
The Governor will also participate in four forums including those hosted by the Connecticut Business Industry Association (CBIA), and local chambers of commerce in New Haven and Stamford.
“After four years Governor Lamont has proven that through his responsible fiscal management he has successfully turned the state of Connecticut around. Governor Lamont has delivered historic tax cuts, created a record $5 billion surplus, navigated the state and our economy through the worst public health crisis in recent memory, and kept our schools and businesses open and our children safe,” said Jake Lewis, Lamont campaign spokesperson.
“Governor Lamont is excited to speak directly with the voters of Connecticut and discuss the issues that are important to them and their families. Debates and forums are essential parts of the democratic process and Governor Lamont looks forward to participating and showing voters why he is still the best candidate to continue leading our state and ensure that Connecticut remains the best place in the nation to live, work, and raise a family,”