McGee, a Democrat, represented the 5th District which includes Hartford and Windsor.
HARTFORD, Conn. — Brandon McGee has decided to leave office to help Governor Lamont in his re-election efforts. McGee talks to Real Story host Jenn Bernstein about why he left office, his career and his future.
McGee, a Democrat who represented the 5th District which includes Hartford and Windsor.
In a statement, McGee said he’s seen the work Lamont has done during the pandemic for the state, including investing in communities, growing the economy and overseeing the nation’s “best COVID response.” “.
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“I thank the people of the 5th arrondissement for trusting me for almost ten years, but fortunately my work in the service of our State will not stop. I am delighted to continue to serve my community and the State of Connecticut working to re-elect Governor Lamont, building on the progress we’ve made together,” he said in a series of tweets.
“I’ve known Ned for years. I’ve walked the streets of Hartford with him. He’s someone I believe in, and someone we need to keep supporting to move our state forward and keep moving forward in the right direction. I can’t wait to get started,” McGee said.
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