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February 9, 2013
 

Brandon Mcgee Sworn In As Rep. For Hartford And Windsor

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Written by: marvin

Rep. Brandon McGeeHartford – Brandon L. McGee Jr. was sworn in as a state representative Wednesday during the opening day ceremony of the 2013 legislative session at the State Capitol in Hartford.

Rep. McGee (D-Hartford, Windsor) was given the oath of office by outgoing-Speaker of the House Chris Donovan. McGee represents the newly formed 5th Assembly District, which includes portions of Windsor and Hartford.

“Serving the people of Hartford and Windsor is an honor and I’m looking forward to hearing their thoughts and ideas as we begin the legislative session,” McGee said. “This is a very challenging time for the state.”

Rep. McGee has been asked by newly elected Speaker of the House Brendan Sharkey (D-Hamden) to serve on the legislature’s Judiciary, Human Services, and Labor and Public Employees committees.

Rep. McGee serves as Director of Network Development at Urban Alliance Inc. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Alabama State University and Masters of Science in Management & Organizational Leadership. He is the founder and chief executive officer of SPEAK!, SPEAK! Consulting, a boutique firm which specializes in an innovative tier program that offers training and collaborative development, strategic planning and leadership and organizational development. In 2009, he became the youngest ever to receive the National Black Caucus of Local Elected Officials Community Award.

Constituents who want to contact Rep. McGee may call his Capitol office at (860) 240-8500 or (800) 842-8267.



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