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The House Republican Caucus has 53 members serving 100 towns. We are dedicated to improving the lives of Connecticut families and the strength of our small business. In 2018 we successfully negotiated a bipartisan budget that places strict caps on borrowing and spending. We also imposed a cap on “volatility” making it so large short term spikes in revenue are placed in the Rainy Day Fund.

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Public Hearings: Redistricting Project 2021

The Reapportionment Committee today announced it will hold four public hearings this month ahead of the work to redraw district lines for congressional, state senate, and state representative districts. Three of the hearings will be in-person events and one will be held virtually. Anyone can participate in each of these hearings—it doesn’t matter where you […]

House Republicans Urge Transparency in Use of Federal Pandemic Aid

HARTFORD—House Republicans say the historic level of pandemic-related funding provided to the state by the federal government triggers need for an increased level of transparency, and they’ve asked the governor’s budget director to provide the legislature—and taxpayers—with a detailed status report. House Republican Leader Vincent Candelora, on behalf of his 54-member caucus, sent a letter […]

House Republicans Urge Transparency in Use of Federal Pandemic Aid

HARTFORD — House Republicans say the historic level of pandemic-related funding provided to the state by the federal government triggers need for an increased level of transparency, and they’ve asked the governor’s budget director to provide the legislature—and taxpayers—with a detailed status report. House Republican Leader Vincent Candelora, on behalf of his 54-member caucus, sent […]

Candelora and Kelly Statement on Bipartisan Commission to Study Declarations of Public Health and Civil Preparedness Emergencies

HARTFORD—House Republican Leader Vincent Candelora and Senate Republican Leader Kevin Kelly on Wednesday issued the following statement urging Governor Lamont to make his appointment to the Bipartisan Commission to Study Declarations of the Public Health and Civil Preparedness Emergencies: “Over the last year we’ve been adamant in our concerns that the legislature’s role as a […]

Candelora Receives FOI Award for Efforts Aimed at Government Transparency

HARTFORD — The Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information on Tuesday gave its Bice Clemow Award to House Republican Leader Vincent Candelora of North Branford and Speaker of the House Matt Ritter of Hartford. The award, named after a former West Hartord-based newspaper editor who drove implementation of the state’s Freedom of Information laws, was […]

Public Hearings: Redistricting Project 2021

The Reapportionment Committee today announced it will hold four public hearings this month ahead of the work to redraw district lines for congressional, state senate, and state representative districts. Three of the hearings will be in-person events and one will be held virtually. Anyone can participate in each of these hearings—it doesn’t matter where you […]

Candelora and Kelly Statement on Bipartisan Commission to Study Declarations of Public Health and Civil Preparedness Emergencies

HARTFORD—House Republican Leader Vincent Candelora and Senate Republican Leader Kevin Kelly on Wednesday issued the following statement urging Governor Lamont to make his appointment to the Bipartisan Commission to Study Declarations of the Public Health and Civil Preparedness Emergencies: “Over the last year we’ve been adamant in our concerns that the legislature’s role as a […]

Candelora Receives FOI Award for Efforts Aimed at Government Transparency

HARTFORD — The Connecticut Council on Freedom of Information on Tuesday gave its Bice Clemow Award to House Republican Leader Vincent Candelora of North Branford and Speaker of the House Matt Ritter of Hartford. The award, named after a former West Hartord-based newspaper editor who drove implementation of the state’s Freedom of Information laws, was […]

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