"Schools should be safe spaces where students should learn and teachers should not carry handguns."
Former National Teacher of the Year Jahana Hayes will go forward into the August primary for the 5th District Democratic nomination as the NAACP launches a probe into the outcome of the 5th District convention because of alleged ballot tampering.
It was a moment in history on Thursday when 5th District Congresswoman Jahana Hayes became the first African-American woman from Connecticut to be sworn in to the U.S. House of Representatives.
U.S. Senator Chris Murphy and U.S. Representative Jahana Hayes introduced legislation to keep guns out of classrooms on Thursday.
Jahana Hayes is going to Washington.
Since Election Day, 5th District Congresswoman Jahana Hayes hasn’t shied away from the national media spotlight.
"I'm optimistic that this 116th Congress is going to force that conversation."
There are many politically active teens out there.
The battle for Connecticut’s 5th Congressional District seat is heating up for state Democrats.
State Democratic Party officials have reaffirmed the outcome of the 5th Congressional District Convention last month.