Senator Tony Guglielmo Sworn in for Thirteenth Term in the State Senate as the Chief Deputy Senate Republican Majority Leader

January 6, 2017

HARTFORD, CONN. – Connecticut’s 2017 Legislative Session formally opened Wednesday, Jan. 4, and Stafford’s state senator, Tony Guglielmo was sworn in for his 13th term in the Connecticut State Senate as the Chief Deputy Senate Republican Majority Leader. With the Senate evenly split, Sen. Guglielmo will take on greater responsibilities and leadership roles as it pertains to committee assignments.

Sen. Guglielmo will serve as the Co-Chair for both the Public Safety Committee and the Internship Committee, while continuing his membership on the Executive and Legislative Nominations Committee.

With equal distribution of power in the Connecticut State Senate Sen. Guglielmo says he is looking forward to getting to work with his committee assignments.

“Yesterday was a special day for me, as my mother, Mary Guglielmo, was able to join me during the swearing in ceremony and opening day festivities,” said Sen. Tony Guglielmo. “With the new balance of power in the Senate – I am looking forward to working across the aisle to help get Connecticut back on track.”