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,

Rep. Ackert & Rep. DeCaprio’s 2023 Coloring Contest – *VIDEO**

Posted on June 2, 2023


(LEBANON) — On Thursday morning, State Representative Tim Ackert (R-8) and State Representative Mark DeCaprio (R-48) hosted the 2023 Lebanon Elementary School Coloring Contest, selecting what they believed were the best depictions of Lebanon town landmarks. Students K-4th grade submitted almost 100 different original pictures of their favorite historic spots from their hometown including the Town Hall, churches, and more.

“Even though Rep. DeCaprio doesn’t have a window in his office, beautiful

Ackert Celebrates Passing of Unclaimed Property Bill

Posted on May 31, 2023


(HARTFORD) – On Tuesday evening, the Connecticut House of Representatives successfully passed a bill that would establish a task force to study the effects of unclaimed and abandoned property on homeowners and residents throughout the state. State Representative Tim Ackert (R-8) celebrated the passing of House Bill 6551: An Act Requiring the Office Of Policy And Management To Establish A Working Group To Study The Impact Of Unclaimed Or Abandoned Real Property On Municipalities, which received unanimous

Ackert Announces Registered Apprenticeship Educator Program

Posted on May 16, 2023


(HARTFORD) — On May 16th, State Representative Tim Ackert (R-8) joined Governor Ned Lamont and others to announce the launch of a new teacher Registered Apprenticeship Program for educators in Connecticut. In collaboration with Commissioner Russell-Tucker of the Connecticut State Department of Education and Commissioner Bartolomeo of the Connecticut Department of Labor, this $3 million initiative will double the number of high schools offering programs for aspiring educators and help expand educator