2021 Kid Governors Sworn In

Across the country, the students elected to serve as the 2021 Kid Governors are being inaugurated and getting to work! Keep reading to learn more.

Reese Naughton Sworn in as 2021 CTKG

In in socially distant hybrid ceremony on Friday, January 22nd, Reese Naughton of Southington, CT was sworn in as the state’s sixth Connecticut’s Kid Governor. For the in person part of the ceremony, Reese was joined by Secretary of the State Denise Merrill, her parents, 2020 CTKG Myra Stanfield and her parents, and staff from the Connecticut Democracy Center. CTKG Reese was also virtually joined by the six members of her Cabinet who were also sworn in that day. 2021 CTKG Reese will spend her one-year term in office focusing on her platform, Be Positive: Pandemic Perseverance. Learn more about Reese and her platform by clicking HERE.

Watch CTKG Reese’s Inauguration Ceremony below:

Charlie Olsen Sworn in as 2021 NHKG

On January 29th, Charlie Olsen of Auburn, NH was sworn in as New Hampshire’s third Kid Governor. During the private ceremony, Charlie was joined by his family, staff from New Hampshire’s Kid Governor, Governor Chris Sununu and his wife, Valerie, and members of the judicial and legislative branches. Charlie was virtually joined by the members of his Executive Council who were also sworn into office that day. NHKG Charlie will spend his one year term of office working on his platform about childhood depression. Learn more about Charlie and his platform HERE.

Watch NHKG Charlie’s Inauguration Ceremony below:

2021 ORKG Taneesh to be Inaugurated

Taneesh Garg of Portland, OR is slated to be sworn in as Oregon’s fourth Kid Governor in the coming days. Once sworn in, Taneesh will begin his year long term of office focusing on his platform about racism.

Learn more about Taneesh’s platform below:

Good Nightly News: NHKG Charlie on NBC

Watch NHKG Charlie starting at 18:55.

Only in his first week in office, NHKG Charlie has gained national attention for his platform about Childhood Depression and his personal connection with the cause. Check out the story above featured on NBC Nightly News on Sunday, January 31st.