Take My 2023 Legislative Survey!

Posted on April 3, 2023


Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Below, I encourage you to fill out my 2023 Legislative Survey which includes a brief set of questions on what issues matter most to YOU! Your participation in this survey will help me to better represent your interests as our legislature begins to vote on key bills on the House floor.

To access the form, please click the link here: Rep. Ackert 2023 Legislative Survey

This survey consists of questions relating to both state and local issues ranging from the economy to crime,

Ackert Earns 100% Voting Record – 2023 Session

Posted on August 10, 2023


(HARTFORD) — On Tuesday, the Connecticut House Clerk’s Office released the 2023 Legislative Session Voting Records for the state legislature. State Representative Tim Ackert (R-Coventry) proudly earned a 100% voting and attendance record, representing the towns of Bolton, Columbia, Coventry, Lebanon, and Tolland.

“I am proud to once again earn a 100% voting record,” said Ackert. “Being a state representative continues to be one of my favorite responsibilities and I look forward to prioritizing the

Ackert Joins CT Republican Legislators for Street Takeover Forum

Posted on June 13, 2023


(TOLLAND) — On Thursday, June 8th, State Representative Tim Ackert (R-8) joined State Representative Tammy Nuccio (R-53) and State Senator Jeff Gordon (R-35) at Tolland Middle School for a Public Forum on Street Takeovers across the state. Recently, a street takeover incident occurred in Tolland where more than 100 people blocked an intersection, surrounded residents in their vehicles, and caused extensive damage.

Additionally, the panel consisted of State Police representatives including former

Ackert Supports CT State Budget Agreement

Posted on June 7, 2023


(HARTFORD) — On early Tuesday morning, the Connecticut House of Representatives successfully passed the Biennial State Budget Agreement for Fiscal Year 2024-2025. Classified as House Bill 6941, the 832-page budget document was delivered to legislators’ desks at 3:00AM on Monday morning, giving representatives only a few hours to unpack all its details before casting their final vote.

The $51 billion budget, spent over the course of two years, adopted several aspects proposed by House Republicans