Legislative Information

Connecticut Legislature

Your source for Central Connecticut legislative information.

One of our goals at the Central Connecticut Chambers of Commerce is to foster legislative and governmental advocacy. As part of this, we look to take any and all actions necessary to be a voice for our members at the federal, state and local level. We continue to work towards creating a business environment in Connecticut that is pro-growth, pro-investment and encourages the entrepreneurial spirit.

To assist our members and the Central Connecticut community in helping to achieve these goals, reach out to our legislators or just better understand our government, we have compiled a list of helpful resources.

Connecticut Business Industry Association - Government Affairs

CBIA – Government Affairs is a resource that provides information on the governor and officials serving statewide, in the US Congress and as State Legislators. Their “inside the capital” tab gives readers the inside scoop on the latest discussions and decisions made in categories such as education, healthcare and taxes.

Connecticut General Assembly

Visit the Connecticut General Assembly to view the House and Senate schedules, find out more about the your representatives, look up statutes and bills, check out their schedule of events and more.

State of Connecticut

The State of Connecticut website allows Connecticut residents to register to vote, file their income tax, find jobs on CTJobCentral, plan for college and much more. The website provides links to the executive, judicial, and legislative branches of government in the State. The website is also home to the latest news from Governor Malloy.

Connecticut Secretary of State

The Connecticut Secretary of State website provides information on elections and voting; business services such as searching for a business, searching UCC filings and Business Services applications; State Board of Accountancy information; and more. There is also a page with the unofficial electronic version of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies.

Meet our Local Leaders

Below are links to the Governor and other local leader's websites detailing their views on issues, what they are currently working on and their overall goals while in office.

Governor Dannel Malloy

Visit Democratic Governor Dannel Malloy's website for his bio, articles written about his priorities during his term as Governor, press releases, reports on his activity at the Capital and his contact information. The website also serves as a resource for citizens including a directory of State Agencies and index of other representative’s websites, higher education websites and National /Federal government links.

Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman

Visit Democratic Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman's website for her bio, reports on her activity at the Capital, press releases, and her contact information.

State Senator Richard Blumenthal

Visit State Senator Richard Blumenthal's website to access resources for citizens such as a newsroom with community press releases, recently introduced legislation, citizen services from flag requests to internships and issues facing our state in topics including veterans, women, the workforce, the economy and more.

State Senator Chris Murphy

Visit State Senator Chris Murphy's website to get in contact with his team. He wants to hear about issues impacting citizen’s lives and the ways they can help. Discover the key issues in the state that Senator Murphy is seeking to address including gun violence, a health forum, education, climate change, jobs and the economy and so much more. Also, find community press releases and the senator’s bio.

Find Your Representative

Visit the US House of Representatives' website to find your local Representatives by zip code. Find out about recent Legislative activity and learn more about the role of the House of Representatives.

Meet our State Leaders

Rep. David Baram (D), 15th District (Bloomfield and Windsor)

Rep. Whitt Betts (R), 78th District (including Plymouth, Bristol, and Terryville)

Rep. William Petit (R), 22nd District (New Britain and Plainville)

Senator Beth Bye (D), 5th District (including Bloomfield, Burlington, Farmington and West Hartford)

Rep. Mike Demicco (D), 21st District (Farmington)

Senator Joe Markley (R), 16th District (including Southington, Cheshire, Wolcott and Waterbury)

Senator Henri Martin (R), 31st District (Bristol, Harwinton, Plainville, Plymouth and Thomaston)

Rep. Christopher Ziogas (D), 79th District (Bristol and Forestville)

Rep. Cara Pavalock (R), 77th District (Bristol)

Rep. John Piscopo (R), 76th District (Burlington, Harwinton, Litchfield, and Thomaston)

Rep. Rob Sampson (R), 80th District (Wolcott and Southington)