Got a question for the governor?

Posted on May 12, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized |

As you (hopefully!) all know, we’re so excited that we got to add a special guest to our Essential Event roster: Gov. Dannel Malloy.

Our May 23 event promises to be a jam-packed day. Last year, we brought you Geno Auriemma; this year, we’re bringing you media darlings Colin McEnroe and Laurence Cohen and forensic rock star Dr. Henry Lee. Does it get any better than that?

Well, it did when Gov. Malloy accepted our invite. So now, you get a total of four CPE credits and another fantastic speaker.

We know you’ve got questions, but we’re trying to do this in a semi-organized fashion to get the biggest/most popular questions answered – so submit your questions now!

We’re accepting questions until the end of the day on Thursday, May 19; the most popular/exciting/different questions will be asked by our moderator on May 23.

So what do YOU want to ask Gov. Malloy?

You can write your question in the comments section below, or submit anonymously on our website.

All Essential Event registrants will get an email on Monday looking for questions. I’m asking you first, though, dear legislative pals – I know you’ve got something on your mind!

Oh, and because I’m going to be there and it’s going to be a fantastic day… don’t forget to register for the Essential Event!

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