CT Ballot Measures Explained at Voters Forum in Hartford - with Keynoter, Virginia Kase, CEO the League of Women Voters of the U.S.

October 20, 2018

The Connecticut ballot measures relating to  CT Transportation Revenue Lockbox Amendment and Connecticut Legislative Requirements to Transfer State Properties Amendment were explained at this Hartford event hosted by the Center for Latino Progress, Hartford Vota Coalition, The C.T. and U.S. League of Women Voters, Everyday Democracy and the CT Civic Ambassador's Initiative.  The event featured keynote speaker Virginia Kase, CEO of the National League of Women Voters.  Panelists (l-r) included: Judy Lhamon from the Connecticut League of Women Voters; Steve Schrag, from the CT Roundtable on Climate and Jobs; David Leff, former Deputy Commissioner of DEEP; and Claudine Fox, Hartford City Councilwoman and Health Equity Solutions Manager.

Watch the video.  And be sure to vote on November 6th.

Photo by: Monica Jorge Photography

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