Kevin Rennie, an icon in the political arena of journalism in Connecticut, joined Susan Patricelli Regan, host of CT Valley Views in a interview at the Connecticut Historical Society to provide comment on the state’s recent mid-term elections. Rennie, a lawyer, former member of both the state house and senate and a venerable political columnist for the Hartford Courant is candid and enlightening about the candidates, the “Trump Factor,” and his views of the national government scene.
CT Valley Views TV would like to know what Granby residents are concerned about respective to the town and its prospects for the future.
As the calendar year 2019 approaches, the questions, concerns and topics which residents would like to see covered by CT Valley Views will be reviewed. Once an aggregate of common subjects is gathered, they will be addressed in a segment in the coming months.
Critical to Connecticut’s future is the election of a state’s new governor to take over the challenging issues and potential improvement to its fiscal health, its residents’ personal financial future and welfare and overall public and private business growth.
Susan Patricelli-Regan, host of CT Valley Views, again speaks with David Guttchen, director of Connecticut Long-Term Care Partnership, regarding the risks, costs and benefits of this vital insurance. Although there can be annual increases to premiums for coverage, the advantages are significant as it protects the individual’s assets and savings allowing the option of choosing assisted living or remaining in the home, contributing to the overall quality of life not only for the participant but the extended family.
Susan Patricelli-Regan interviews members of Metacomet Post 1926 U.S. Veterans of Foreign Wars. In this important segment, all U.S. veterans and first responders reflect their earnest outreach and community-oriented mission.
Tim Herbst, a lawyer, former First Selectman of Trumbull and Republican candidate for the 2018 gubernatorial race, is on a mission to “root out waste, fraud and abuse at every level” of state government. In an interview with Susan Patricelli-Regan, Herbst stated that he will follow all Connecticut constitutional election protocol when the primary results are in and will not petition to continue if he does not qualify at the May GOP convention.
Jonathan Harris, a lawyer, former state Consumer Protection Commissioner, former Mayor of West Hartford and a Democratic candidate for the 2018 Gubernatorial race spoke with Susan Patricelli-Regan, host of CT Valley Views to outline his view on what is needed to re-invigorate the State. Harris, who says on his website, “I’m the only candidate in this race who is the proven progressive problem solver.