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July 25, 2013 —Senator Duff visits Marvin Elementary School in Norwalk to highlight the success of the school’s Brighter Futures program which provides families with a summer pre-kindergarten experience to provide children and their parents with the tools to succeed in school.
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Bob Duff represents the 25th Senatorial District, which includes Norwalk and Darien. Reelected to his fifth term in the state Senate in 2012, he now serves as chair of the Energy & Technology Committee, vice chair of the Children‘s Committee, and as a member of the Regulations Review Committee.
Bob’s continuing commitment to “stand up for you” is evidenced by his legislative accomplishments. Determined to save Connecticut homeowners from the ravages of predatory lending, in 2008 Bob rallied the legislature to create a package of assistance programs and reforms to reduce the number of home foreclosures in the state. He’s also led the way in energy conservation and planning, historic preservation, consumer protection and transportation.
As past co-chair of the Appropriations Committee’s Results-based Accountability Subcommittee, Bob worked to apply a new method of analysis to the state’s budget process. It rewards programs that meet specific goals and axes those that don’t live up to their promises. Considerable waste has been eliminated, saving taxpayers millions of dollars.
Throughout his legislative career, Bob has been honored by numerous civic organizations for his leadership, including the Norwalk YMCA, The Workplace Inc., AARP of Connecticut, the Lockwood-Matthews Mansion Museum, the Save Cranbury Association, the Side-by-Side Charter School, the American Heart Association and the American Lung Association.
In September 2004, Bob was one of only 35 legislators nationwide accepted into the Fleming Leadership Institute. Just two years later, Bob was one of only two state legislators chosen to participate in the Emerging Leaders’ Conference, sponsored by the State Legislative Leaders Foundation. Both opportunities provided Bob with enhanced leadership-skills training.
Bob’s Norwalk family ties go back five generations. His passion for public service began at the age of eight. That’s when Bob voiced his concerns for the future of Duffy Field to then-mayor William Collins. We still have our Duffy Field, now renamed Veteran’s Park.
After attending Norwalk Public Schools, Bob moved to Virginia to earn his degree in political science from Lynchburg College. There, Bob honed his political skills as a student senator, campus leader and intern for U.S. Senator Christopher Dodd (D-CT). Once back in Norwalk he eagerly took a position as a substitute teacher from 1993 to 1995.
In May 2010, Bob returned to Lynchburg College to deliver the commencement address to the graduating class. During the ceremonies, Bob was awarded the degree of Doctorate of Humane Letters from his alma mater.
Prior to his election to the Senate, Bob represented the people of Norwalk’s 137th Assembly District for three years. Bob is a real estate professional with William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realty. He’s helped people buy and sell property for fifteen years in the Norwalk office.
Bob, his wife, Tracey, and their two sons live on Toilsome Avenue in Norwalk.
The results of a UConn-Stamford study released in September, 2009, show overwhelming support for construction of the Super 7 Expressway amongst area residents. The study randomly surveyed 486 residents in 10 communities.
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October 1, 2013 —Senator Duff appeared on Cablevision’s “Meet the Leaders” to discuss some of the legislature’s latest efforts to jumpstart the economy.Video courtesy of Cablevision
July 16, 2013 —Senator Duff announces a new electric security deposit policy for South Norwalk Electric and Water (SNEW) at the Brewhouse Restaurant in SoNo. The new policy is more advantageous for local businesses and less of an obstacle to new companies just getting started.
July 8, 2013 —Senator Duff joins Governor Malloy for a bill signing ceremony to celebrate the final approval of comprehensive energy legislation that will help reduce energy costs for consumers and encourage the use of renewable power sources.