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Hall-Long Selected to Help Lead Nation’s Lieutenant Governor’s Association

Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long | Office of the Lieutenant Governor | Date Posted: Tuesday, July 3, 2018


Photo of Delaware's Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long

Dover-DE- Delaware’s lieutenant governor is a newly named officer of the National Lieutenant Governors Association (NLGA). NLGA is the professional association for the second-highest ranking officials in all 50 states and the U.S. territories. 

 

Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long is now serving as Treasurer of the NLGA Executive Committee.  “The lieutenant governor was chosen and confirmed to this position bi-partisanly by her peers from across the nation,” said NLGA Executive Director Julia Hurst

 

 “As an officer, Lt. Governor Hall-Long will work with her colleagues to promote shared priorities and to find and foster multi-state solutions to mutual problems,” said Hurst. “Through NLGA, the nation’s lieutenant governors influence the national dialogue on areas of common ground and shared concern for the benefit of Delaware, its people, and all states.”

 

 “I am honored to have been nominated by my peers to help lead the National Lieutenant Governors,” said Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long. “The NLGA serves as a terrific platform and voice for our state’s leaders to collaborate and provide bi-partisan solutions to the issues all of our state’s face.”

 

 Lt. Governor Hall-Long serves until July of 2019.  In July of 2019, she will host the NLGA Annual Meeting in Wilmington, Delaware, the first time the state of Delaware will have hosted a NLGA Annual Meeting.

      

 Lt. Governor Hall-Long was sworn in as Delaware’s 26th Lieutenant Governor in January of 2017. As Chair of the Behavioral Health Consortium, she has been leading the state’s efforts to address mental health and addiction in Delaware including expanding access to treatment and coordinating and integrating services.

 

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Hall-Long Selected to Help Lead Nation’s Lieutenant Governor’s Association

Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long | Office of the Lieutenant Governor | Date Posted: Tuesday, July 3, 2018


Photo of Delaware's Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long

Dover-DE- Delaware’s lieutenant governor is a newly named officer of the National Lieutenant Governors Association (NLGA). NLGA is the professional association for the second-highest ranking officials in all 50 states and the U.S. territories. 

 

Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long is now serving as Treasurer of the NLGA Executive Committee.  “The lieutenant governor was chosen and confirmed to this position bi-partisanly by her peers from across the nation,” said NLGA Executive Director Julia Hurst

 

 “As an officer, Lt. Governor Hall-Long will work with her colleagues to promote shared priorities and to find and foster multi-state solutions to mutual problems,” said Hurst. “Through NLGA, the nation’s lieutenant governors influence the national dialogue on areas of common ground and shared concern for the benefit of Delaware, its people, and all states.”

 

 “I am honored to have been nominated by my peers to help lead the National Lieutenant Governors,” said Lt. Governor Bethany Hall-Long. “The NLGA serves as a terrific platform and voice for our state’s leaders to collaborate and provide bi-partisan solutions to the issues all of our state’s face.”

 

 Lt. Governor Hall-Long serves until July of 2019.  In July of 2019, she will host the NLGA Annual Meeting in Wilmington, Delaware, the first time the state of Delaware will have hosted a NLGA Annual Meeting.

      

 Lt. Governor Hall-Long was sworn in as Delaware’s 26th Lieutenant Governor in January of 2017. As Chair of the Behavioral Health Consortium, she has been leading the state’s efforts to address mental health and addiction in Delaware including expanding access to treatment and coordinating and integrating services.

 

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