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Careers Explained
State Senator of Connecticut - Will Haskell's Experience

Careers Explained

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 18, 2022 33:41


This week Will Haskell shares his experience running for and filling the role of a State Senator for Connecticut. He shares: Why he chose to run What the process of campaigning is like Details on his schedule, roles, and responsibilities What he likes and finds challenging about the role Advice for those who are interested in politics

The SDSU Football Podcast
The SDSU Football Podcast Episode 43: Utah Recap and Toledo Preview

The SDSU Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 75:30


In this episode, Paul and Andre discuss the following: - Utah recap (2:07) - Coaching decision to bench Will Haskell after one drive (9:12) - Toledo Preview (44:37) - Andre's 3 Keys to an SDSU victory (1:06:25)

Gwynn & Chris On Demand
9.21.22 Gwynn & Chris Hour 3: Aztecs QB situation

Gwynn & Chris On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 36:12


The Aztecs struggled at quarterback against Utah and now Will Haskell will transfer. What's up with the Aztecs and their quarterbacks?

Sons of Montezuma Podcast
#74: Aztecs lose to Utah—Recap

Sons of Montezuma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 45:26


Suffering their second loss of the season was just the start of a really bad SDSU football weekend. The guys are back to discuss all about the good, the bad, and the really ugly parts of the game as well as the disappointing Will Haskell transfer portal situation.

Big Rich, TD & Fletch
Kirk Kenny SDUT

Big Rich, TD & Fletch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 10:30


Will Haskell has left the Aztecs program and is heading for the transfer portal.

Sons of Montezuma Podcast
#74: Aztecs lose to Utah—Recap

Sons of Montezuma Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 45:26


Suffering their second loss of the season was just the start of a really bad SDSU football weekend. The guys are back to discuss all about the good, the bad, and the really ugly parts of the game as well as the disappointing Will Haskell transfer portal situation.

Big Rich, TD & Fletch
Kirk Kenny SDUT

Big Rich, TD & Fletch

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 10:30


Kirk Kenny joins Big Rich, TD and Fletch to discuss Will Haskell leaving the Aztecs and their upcoming matchup with Toledo.

Beacons Of Leadership with Chris Voss Podcast
Beacons of Leadership with Chris Voss Podcast – 100,000 First Bosses: My Unlikely Path as a 22-Year-Old Lawmaker by Will Haskell

Beacons Of Leadership with Chris Voss Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2022 23:58


100,000 First Bosses: My Unlikely Path as a 22-Year-Old Lawmaker by Will Haskell The underdog story of Will Haskell, who became a Democratic state Senator in 2018 at age twenty-two—taking on an incumbent who had been undefeated for Haskell's entire life and earning an endorsement from President Obama—and is determined to pave the way for […] The post Beacons of Leadership with Chris Voss Podcast – 100,000 First Bosses: My Unlikely Path as a 22-Year-Old Lawmaker by Will Haskell appeared first on Beacons Of Leadership.

The Chris Voss Show
The Chris Voss Show Podcast – 100,000 First Bosses: My Unlikely Path as a 22-Year-Old Lawmaker by Will Haskell

The Chris Voss Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 17, 2022 23:58


100,000 First Bosses: My Unlikely Path as a 22-Year-Old Lawmaker by Will Haskell The underdog story of Will Haskell, who became a Democratic state Senator in 2018 at age twenty-two—taking on an incumbent who had been undefeated for Haskell's entire life and earning an endorsement from President Obama—and is determined to pave the way for his peers to transform government from the bottom up. President Obama left office with these parting words for Americans: “If you're disappointed by your elected officials, grab a clipboard, get some signatures, and run for office yourself.” Twenty-two-year-old Will Haskell decided to do just that. If he ran for office and won, he would become the youngest state Senator in Connecticut history. For years, Haskell's hometown had reelected the same politician who opposed passing paid family leave, fought increases in the minimum wage, and voted down expansions of voting rights. Haskell's own vision for Connecticut's future couldn't be more different, and he couldn't stand the idea of an uncontested election. In 2018, he would be a college grad looking for his first job. Why not state Senator? When Haskell kicks off his campaign in the spring of his senior year, he's an unknown college kid facing a popular incumbent who's been in office for over two decades—as long as Haskell's been alive. Haskell's campaign manager is his roommate and his treasurer is his girlfriend's mom. He doesn't have any professional experience. But he does have a powerful message: there's no minimum age to being on the right side of history. Six months later, Haskell's shocking upset victory gives him a historic seat in the state Senate and the responsibility to serve the 100,000 constituents in his district. Like any first job, his first term as a legislator is filled with trial and error. Creating a program that funds free tuition at Connecticut's community colleges—nice work. Falling asleep on the senate floor—needs improvement. In the tradition of Pete Buttigieg's Shortest Way Home and Greta Thunberg's No One Is Too Small to Make a Difference, 100,000 First Bosses is the story of how one twentysomething candidate waged the campaign of his young life, fought for change at the state capitol, and proved that his generation is ready to claim a seat at the table.

Just the Right Book with Roxanne Coady
Senator Will Haskell on Why We Should Feel Optimistic About Politics

Just the Right Book with Roxanne Coady

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 24, 2022 52:05


In this episode of Just the Right Book with Roxanne Coady, Senator Will Haskell joins Roxanne Coady to discuss his first book, 100,000 First Bosses: My Unlikely Path as a 22-Year-Old Lawmaker, out now from Avid Reader Press. Will Haskell was elected in 2018 to represent seven towns, including his hometown, in the Connecticut State Senate. Just a few months after graduating from college, he and his roommate-turned-campaign manager unseated a Republican incumbent who had been in the legislature for longer than Will had been alive. Their campaign activated an army of young volunteers who were energized by the fight to end gun violence, and together they broke a tie in the Senate by flipping the district Blue. In the Senate, Will serves as the Chair of the Transportation Committee and the Vice Chair of the Government Administration and Elections Committee. His spent his first term focusing on college affordability, transportation improvements, and voting rights. In 2019, he helped create Connecticut's free community college program, so that every high school graduate has an opportunity to pursue a degree. He lives in Westport, Connecticut, and is still dating his lab partner from high school physics. 100,000 First Bosses is his first book. Roxanne Coady is owner of R.J. Julia, one of the leading independent booksellers in the United States, which—since 1990—has been a community resource not only for books, but for the exchange of ideas. In 1998, Coady founded Read To Grow, which provides books for newborns and children and encourages parents to read to their children from birth. RTG has distributed over 1.5 million books. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

You Decide with Errol Louis
Will Haskell: An unlikely path to elected office and the lessons learned in the journey

You Decide with Errol Louis

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2022 38:12


All around the U.S. a new wave of elected leaders are going into government at all levels. Many are activists taking matters into their own hands, while others are following the more traditional route of working for an elected official before throwing their hat into the ring. But that wasn't the case for Will Haskell, who was a 22-year-old student at Georgetown University when he decided to run for state Senate in his native Connecticut. Persuaded by the words of President Obama, Haskell launched a long-shot campaign against an incumbent who had been in power for decades. He joins Errol to talk about his improbable path to victory and the many lessons he learned in the process. Haskell also talks about his new book “100,000 First Bosses: My Unlikely Path as a 22-Year-Old Lawmaker,” where he tries to guide and inspire other young people who want to claim a seat at the table.   JOIN THE CONVERSATION Join the conversation, weigh in on Twitter using the hashtag #NY1YouDecide or give us a call at 212-379-3440 and leave a message. Or send an email toYourStoryNY1@charter.com

News Nerds
26 Year Old State Senator Will Haskell

News Nerds

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 17, 2022 27:56


This week we're joined by one of the youngest state senators in office right now, democratic representative Will Haskell. Will was elected as the state senator for the 26th district of Connecticut when he was only 22, and now he's written a book about the experience. It's called 100,000 First Bosses: My Unlikely Path As a 22-Year-Old Lawmaker. We'll talk about the book, his path to the state senate, and his views on national politics. Ezra --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/newsnerds/message

The Darren Smith Show
Aaron Taylor "Lucas Johnson gives them the best chance to win & stay undefeated right now"

The Darren Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 12:58


CFB analyst Aaron Taylor on what impresses him about the Aztecs team, how SDSU has stayed undefeated despite challenges at QB, why Lucas Johnson gives them the best chance to win at Air Force & why the future is about Will Haskell.

Todd Feinburg
Todd Feinburg- Rant, Ned Comedy Club

Todd Feinburg

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 16, 2021 34:00


Rant Line callers (860-751-4698) are unhappy with Joe Biden, unhappy with Senator Chris Murphy, and downright aggravated with state Senator Will Haskell and his happy bike lanes. Plus, we have Steve from NBC Haddam's great new Jolly Ned's Comedy Club segment. Then, we talk state election laws with Tom Scott. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

5 Things with Lisa Birnbach
Ep. 119 - Will Haskell - The 24 Year Old Senator

5 Things with Lisa Birnbach

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2020 31:33


Let's hear it for young people. At age 23, Will Haskell is the youngest State Senator in Connecticut. Join Lisa Birnbach as she tries to discover what it is that compels a young man, or woman to work in the political system today - then hear about the five things made Will's and Lisa's life better this week.Lisa Birnbach's 5 Things: 1. Shipt, 2. Green plant for the kitchen, 3. Maya Rudolph as Kamala Harris 4. Boom Again trivia game, 5. Dr. FauciSenator Will Haskell’s 5 Things: 1. Socks that match, 2. His campaign interns, 3. Homemade hard cider, 4. His brand new ring light, 5. His car - Subaru Forester.

WICC 600
912: Connecticut Today: Haskell VS Healy

WICC 600

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2020 69:15


In her final in day for Paul Pacelli, Ann Karrick brought in the big guns for Connecticut Today. She invited state senator Will Haskell on to talk to Fairfield county about why he should be relected (0:00), immediately afterwards, his opponent Kim Healy came on to give her side and arguments(17:10). To wrap up the show, Wayne Winsley from Brave Enough To Fail came on to talk about the program(37:23) Image Credit: Getty Images

Youth In Politics
#10 Youth In Politics Podcast - Sen. Will Haskell (US Gun Laws & Youth Political Engagement)

Youth In Politics

Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2020 13:09


In this episode we had the chance to interview the State Senator in America. Sen. Will Haskell talked about Gun Laws in the United States. In addition, to this we discussed how young people can be more involved in politics. READ OUR NEWS ARTICLES: https://www.youthinpolitics.net/news SUBSCRIBE TO YOUTH IN POLITICS FOR NEW VIDEOS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrRU... FOLLOW US ON INSTAGRAM: @youthinpolitics_ CREDITS: HOST: Zubair Hussain QUESTIONS BY: Ishrak Ahsan & Ammar Faridi --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/this-canadian-life/message

The Lisa Wexler Show
FRI., 4/24/20 - HR. 2 - SEN. HASKELL

The Lisa Wexler Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2020 38:19


State Sen. Will Haskell joins Lisa to takes questions on state activities and whatever you need help with during the coronavirus outbreak -Dog Gone Smart Lead Dog Trainer JAIMEE KELSEY discusses fostering dogs (0:16:20 - 0:27:55) - CT. State Senator WILL HASKELL discusses COVID (0:28:25 - END)

The Lisa Wexler Show
FRI., 4/24/20 - HR. 3 - SEN. HASKELL, CONT'D.

The Lisa Wexler Show

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 24, 2020 42:57


State Sen. Will Haskell takes more of your questions before giving way to Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim's daily Facebook live update -CT State Senator WILL HASKELL discusses COVID (START - 0:15:20)

Chaz & AJ in the Morning
Tuesday, February 25: News 8's John Pierson In Studio And CT Park Shame Judges AJ's Parking

Chaz & AJ in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 25, 2020 70:11


More proof that Connecticut has some of the dumbest lawmakers in the world - Chaz and AJ rant about a 45 second answer from Will Haskell (0:00) Trooper Stephanie Cortes talks about the dangers of rapid ice melt, after a rescue of ice fisherman this weekend (12:20) John Pierson from News 8 talks about his four kids, what it takes to be a sports producer, and advice for intern Chicken Legs (24:20) Jackie Turro from Special Olympics Connecticut with all the incredible details from the Mt. Kilimanjaro climb - 12 Connecticut cops went up, 12 came down safely, and in the process raised a ton of money (39:28) Pat from CT Park Shame in studio, but acted as judge today when Ashley called out AJ for parking with his rear bumper over the curb; AJ responded with about 20 minutes of rage (51:42)

WICC 600
440: Ann Karrick Hosts Senator Haskell and State Rep. Laura Devlin

WICC 600

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2020 42:10


Ann Karrick filled in for Paul Pacelli on Connecticut Today, she hosted Senator Will Haskell and State Representative Laura Devlin to have a debate of sorts on the toll issue in Connecticut

Youth Got The Power
How to Win an Election Straight Outta College

Youth Got The Power

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2019 18:59


Will Haskell was elected a Connecticut State Senator at 22 years old. He had just graduated from college, and with 28,000 votes unseated a 10-year Republican incumbent. Francis Wilson interviews him over the phone. Music: Shane Ivers

Capitol Watch
A millennial mayor and state representative talk young people and involvement in local politics

Capitol Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2019 24:24


We've heard the same old refrain for years: young people aren't interested in local politics. Arguably, 2018 -- when Connecticut residents between 18 to 25 saw the biggest increase in voter registration leading up to the midterm election, and when 26th Senate District voters elected Will Haskell, a 22-year-old Georgetown University graduate, to the general assembly -- disproved that theory. Still, something about that refrain *feels* right. On the latest podcast, Courant intern Tyra McClung spoke to state representative Brandon McGee Jr. and New Britain mayor Erin Stewart about why some Connecticut millennials don't engage with local politics.

Capitol Watch
What it's like being a newcomer in the state legislature, part 2: We talk to State Rep. Leslee Hill

Capitol Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 20, 2019 23:26


We had so much fun talking to Democratic State Sen. Will Haskell about being a freshman lawmaker in the General Assembly, we decided to to flip parties and do it again today. Republican State Rep. Leslee Hill (R-Canton) was a First Selectwoman and had served on the board of education for more than a decade. But nothing truly prepared her for walking onto the House floor in January to be sworn in as a legislator. On the latest Capitol Watch podcast, State Rep. Hill talks about learning the ropes, working across party lines and (of course) tolls.

Capitol Watch
What's it like being a newcomer in the Connecticut state legislature? Sen. Will Haskell weighs in.

Capitol Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2019 23:14


Six months ago, 22-year-old Will Haskell was a newly-elected Connecticut state senator from the town of Westport, which is where Capitol Watch caught up with him at the time. On the latest Capitol Watch podcast, we sit down with Haskell, the youngest member of the general assembly, to see what (if anything) the 2019 legislative session taught him about compromise, cooperation and politics.

J.R. Romano - Connecticut Politics Podcast
Connecticut Needs To Get Off The Road To Ruin

J.R. Romano - Connecticut Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2019 46:18


Connecticut Republicans Chairman J.R. Romano talks with Michael Barbaro of CT Realtors about the policies that are pushing Connecticut to bankruptcy. Rep. Susan Johnson tells voters that the state can do whatever it wants and the Democrats intend on eroding local control of schools and forcing centralization. Sen. Will Haskell says tolls are a user fee and Alex Bergstein continues to go off the deep end and more!

Millennial Politics Podcast
Meet Will Haskell, the 22-Year-Old Who Flipped CT-26 Blue for the First Time Since 1970

Millennial Politics Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2019 24:57


22-year-old Will Haskell flipped Connecticut's 26th State Senate District blue for the first time since 1970 by beating a popular GOP incumbent who was in office almost as long as he's been alive.

Capitol Watch
Connecticut officially has a new governor. We take you inside Inauguration Day.

Capitol Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2019 25:57


"Let's get Connecticut growing again. ... History has its eye on all of us." Shortly after being sworn in as Connecticut's 89th governor, Ned Lamont spoke of optimism and shared responsibility. We'll walk you through Inauguration Day in Connecticut, as Capitol Watch hears from politics reporters Daniela Altimari, Neil Vigdor and Chris Keating, new state senator Will Haskell and others. (Oh, and yeah, a few howitzers.)

Capitol Watch
We Talk To Will Haskell, Connecticut's Youngest Senator, About Gun Laws, Obama Endorsement And More

Capitol Watch

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2018 23:31


"My age is not a liability. It's an asset." That's according to 22-year-old democrat Will Haskell, who defeated longtime GOP incumbent Toni Boucher on election night to become the next state senator representing Connecticut's 26th district. Haskell spoke to Capitol Watch from Westport Town Hall about gun violence, the opioid crisis, recreational marijuana, Barack Obama's endorsement and more.

The Genealogy Gems Podcast with Lisa Louise Cooke     -      Your Family History Show
Episode 37 - SHOW NOTES - Double The Search! And How Our Ancestor's Made A Difference.

The Genealogy Gems Podcast with Lisa Louise Cooke - Your Family History Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 19, 2007 31:37


Published Dec 19, 2007 THE MAILBOX:  Follow up to & the Passport Database at Ancestry...Will Haskell told us about his grandfather, Merrill Haskell, traveled to Russia in 1919 in his work as a public accountant for the YMCA.  Merrill Haskell's Passport application - but the woman's photo on the left doesn't match. A turn of the page reveals his grandfather! GEM: itunes GET ALLWhen you subscribe in iTunes to the podcast, only the most recent episode will download to your computer or iPod, so be sure to remember to go back to the and click the GET ALL button so that all of the back episodes will download.  You don't want to miss a thing!    Gem:  Search Yahoo and Google at the same time with GEM: - How Our Ancestors Made A Difference!It's very likely that your great grandparents, grandparents and parents put Christmas Seals on the Christmas cards and packages.  It all started on a stormy December night in 1903 a postman named Einar Holboell was working late in a post office sorting large piles of Christmas mail: Put this stamp with message bright On every Christmas letter; Help the tuberculosis fight, And make the New Year better.  .  Thank you so very much for supporting the podcast!  iTunes Goal: If you have an iTunes account and are enjoying the podcast, please go to the and leave your positive review now.  Thanks!  Watch the Song:  from the Christmas Movie Remember the Night