Treneé McGee took a seat Wednesday in House of Representatives, welcomed by a majority eager to move past a scandal.
Democrat Treneé McGee won a special election Tuesday in the 116th House District, succeeding a Democrat who resigned amid scandal.
One Democrat left under a cloud. Three others would quit only if they win elections for mayor or first selectman.
DiMassa’s resignation comes less than a week after he was indicted for allegedly stealing federal relief money.
Documents show how Michael DiMassa, a state lawmaker, allegedly funneled over $636,000 to an alleged shell company he created.
The West Haven Democrat allegedly misappropriated more than $636,000 in federal pandemic relief funding from the city of West Haven.