Legislative Branch Contractors: State Contractors Prohibited from Contributing to Gen. Assembly Candidates

In accordance with 9-612 (f) (2), of the Connecticut General Statutes, principals of a state contractor that has a state contract with any single state agency within the legislative branch of state government that has a value of $50,000 or more in a calendar year, or a combination or series of state contracts that have an aggregate value of $100,000 or more in a calendar year, are prohibited from making or knowingly soliciting contributions from the state contractor's or prospective state contractor's employees or from a subcontractor or principals of the subcontractor on behalf of:
(1) candidates for the office of State Senator or State Representative,
(2) exploratory committees for these candidates,
(3) political committees (PACs) authorized to spend on any of these candidates, and
(4) party committees.
This list includes the names of state contractors and prospective state contractors which are subject to these contribution and solicitation prohibitions. Please note that this list is not exhaustive.

2022 List Three - Legislative Branch Contractors