WATCH – Why I voted to keep Sikorsky jobs in Connecticut.

October 3, 2016

This week the General Assembly successfully passed legislation to approve the state’s agreement with Lockheed Martin to keep thousands of Sikorsky jobs in Connecticut for the next generation.

Click to watch my remarks in the Senate circle to learn more about why this is good news for our community and why I still believe much more needs to be done to help all employers grow jobs.


Click here for details on the negotiated deal which includes Sikorsky planning to build 200 new CH-53K King Stallion helicopters for the Navy at their plant in Stratford and increase current in-state spending on supplies to more than $700 million per year until 2032.