Updated: Wednesday, 28 Mar 2012, 11:06 AM EDT
Published : Wednesday, 28 Mar 2012, 11:06 AM EDT
New Have, Conn. (WTNH) - Politicians and interest groups have had their turns to speak, now News 8 viewers will be able to Ask the Governor questions about education reform. A special, education themed Ask the Governor, will air on Tuesday April 3rd, at 5:30pm on News 8. This will be Governor Malloy’s fifth appearance on News 8’s Ask the Governor. Before his last several appearances, thousands of questions were submitted by News 8 viewers via www.wtnh.com.
“If you have children, are involved in the education system, or are just a concerned citizen, you probably have a question regarding education,” said Mark Higgins, Vice-President and General Manager of WTNH/WCTX. “At News 8, we put the ‘voice of the people’ into all of our newscasts. Education reform has a real impact on our viewers. We are proud to give them the opportunity to ask Governor Malloy their pressing questions on the state of our schools.”
The fifth installment of Ask the Governor will be hosted by News 8’s chief political correspondent, Mark Davis. Once again, all of the questions for the broadcast will be provided by viewers. Viewers can submit questions via www.wtnh.com, News 8’s “Voice of the People” hotline (203-212-WTNH), Facebook and Twitter. Ask the Governor will also be available to watch live, online at www.wtnh.com.