2020 Connecticut’s Kid Governor
Platform: Standing Up for Animals in Need
School: Eric G. Norfeldt Elementary School, West Hartford
Blog: Standing Up for Animals in Need
Press: CTKG Myra in the News
YouTube: 2020 Connecticut’s Kid Governor Myra Stanfield
Cabinet: 2020 Kid Governor’s Cabinet
Recent News: Standing Up for Animals in Need Poster Contest!
My name is Myra Stanfield and I live in West Hartford (and Canton) with my moms Cindy, Sandy, and Laurie, my brother Simon, and my sister Carley. I have two rescue dogs named Oliver and Mateo and two cats named Seally and Cocoa. I like to draw, play with my friends, make up songs with my friend Ali, and watch Marvel movies. As a leader, I am passionate, kind, empathetic, honest, and I stand up for what I believe in.
CTKG Myra’s Platform
2020 Connecticut’s Kid Governor Myra Stanfield was elected on her Standing Up for Animals in Need platform focused on preventing animal abuse towards companion animals. Her platform focuses on three platform points to advocate for companion animals in Connecticut:
- Inform and educate kids about companion animals in need and how they can help these animals.
- Encourage schools to fundraise and collect toys, blankets, and other supplies for their local animal shelters to make shelter pets feel loved.
- Hold a statewide pet adoption event.
Watch Myra’s campaign video for more about her campaign!
Highlights from Myra’s Term in Office
Myra is announced as the 2020 Connecticut’s Kid Governor!
On November 21, 2019, Fox 61’s Rachel Lutzker and Deputy Secretary of the State Scott Bates announced that Myra Stanfield was elected by the fifth graders of Connecticut to serve as the 2020 Connecticut’s Kid Governor.
December 12, 2019
On December 12, 2019, CTKG-elect Myra visited Connecticut’s Old State House for their Celebrate Connecticut’s Old State House event. While there, Myra met with visitors in her soon-to-be office. Two of those visitors were 2017 CTKG Jessica and Secretary of the State Denise Merrill. Secretary Merrill will swear Myra in as the 2020 Connecticut’s Kid Governor at Connecticut’s Old State House on January 17, 2020.