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Bob Godfrey

Bob
Godfrey

Connecticut House District 110
Democrat
860.240.8532
2022 LEGISLATIVE SCORE: 60%
  • District Towns
    Danbury
  • Committees
    Executive and Legislative Nominations, Judiciary, Legislative Management, Regulation Review
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  • Capitol Phone
  • Hometown
    Danbury
  • Other Phone
  • Government Experience
    HOUSE, 1989-present, Deputy Majority Leader (1995-2002), Deputy Speaker (2003-17), Deputy Speaker Pro Tempore (2017-present); member, Danbury Charter Revision Commission, 1988; Executive Committee, Council of State Governments, 1997-present, national chair, 2011; Executive Committee, Council of State Governments Eastern Regional Conference, 2000-present; co-chair, 2005
  • Community Experience
    Member, Danbury Common Council, 1983-89; justice of the peace, 1977-present; volunteer legislative sponsor, YMCA Youth and Government Program, 1997-present; Catholic War Veterans, 1970-present; Connecticut Judge Advocate, 1985-present; board of directors, APEX Community Care; member, Council of State Governments, 1989-present (national chair, 2011); elector for Hillary Rodham Clinton (2016)
  • Occupation
    Legislator / attorney
  • Education
    B.A., Fordham; J.D., UConn
  • Birthplace
    Danbury, CT

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