Gov. Ned Lamont and First Lady Annie Lamont greeted trick-or-treaters in Hartford at the Governor's Residence on Halloween.
"I loved seeing such creative costumes by all of the trick-or-treaters who came by the residence," Lamont said on Twitter.
The Lamont's asked children to come out to their home on Prospect Avenue starting at 5 p.m.
The governor was pleased to welcome the William Hall High School drama class from West Hartford.
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A group of teens as the residence sang "Frozen" hit "Let It Go" to a young girl dressed as Elsa. You can see the video below.
Even Chew-Chew from the Hartford Yard Goats stopped by.
Leading up to Halloween, Lamont has been retweeting his favorite costumes on Twitter. Some examples are below.