More than 455,000 people have voted by absentee ballot in Connecticut so far, representing 70% of those who applied.
Joe Biden’s campaign has raised more money than Donald Trump’s as the race enters its final days.
COVID-19 accounted for almost all of the 55% spike in the number of deaths during the peak of the pandemic.
About 3.7% of registered voters have already returned their absentee ballots.
Records show McMahon raised $83 million by Aug. 31 for America First. She says she’s raised more since then.
Connecticut’s 12 community colleges have seen a 15% drop in enrollment this fall, far higher than the state universities.
Gov. Ned Lamont says online education during the pandemic is a success, but he isn’t comparing analogous information.
Some half million absentee ballots are to be mailed out to voters.
Connecticut is paying the postage for all absentee ballots and absentee ballot applications in the state this year. But residents may have seen a meme claiming that absentee ballots require two stamps — which, in Connecticut, is not the case. That’s an example of the kind of false information about the electoral process that Secretary […]
A close look at DataHaven’s data reveals the extent of Connecticut’s racial disparities underscored by the coronavirus.
As of March 31, more than 7,600 Connecticut immigrants were stuck in a backlog of pending cases.
About 9.4% of the mortgages held by homeowners in the state were delinquent at the end of June.
Connecticut residents donated nearly $61,000 to Biden’s presidential campaign in June, while state residents gave about $33,000 to Trump.
Connecticut borrowers included law firms, manufacturers and Choate, who says it returned the money.
The data show at least 3,400 workers have contracted COVID-19 or were presumed to have the disease during the pandemic.