SEN. ROB SAMPSON BEGINS THIRD TERM IN STATE SENATE, HIGHLIGHTS 2023 LEGISLATIVE PRIORITIES

January 9, 2023

State Senator Rob Sampson (R-Wolcott) began his third term to represent the families of the state’s 16th Senatorial District after being sworn-in on Jan. 4, 2023 at the State Capitol in Hartford. Sen. Sampson will serve as the Ranking Republican on three committees: the legislature’s Government Administration & Elections Committee, Housing Committee and Labor & Public Employees Committee. He will also continue to serve as a member of the Judiciary Committee. The 2023 legislative session concludes on June 7.

 

“Thank you to the voters of the 16th District who’ve put their trust in me to bring their message to Hartford. I remain committed to rebuilding Connecticut, restoring our unique American system of representative government, and defending the individual rights of my neighbors. I will continue to work for increased government transparency and accountability – and a safer and more affordable Connecticut.

 

“The legislature has great influence over our state’s economy, including the cost of living and doing business here, as well as energy and transportation costs. The Democrats have taken us in the wrong direction on these items and I will be making the case that it is time to change course. I encourage all residents to continue to reach out with their ideas and concerns throughout the 2023 session so that they can be heard,” said Sen. Sampson.