Connecticut’s three Republican candidates for U.S. Senate clashed Tuesday over Donald J. Trump, abortion and the question of electability.
With five days left to apply, about 57% of eligible taxpayers have filed for the $250-per-child payment, Gov. Ned Lamont said.
Max Reiss, who has helped frame messaging for Gov. Ned Lamont for the past three years, is leaving for a job at M&T Bank.
Leora Levy’s recent attacks on Themis Klarides energized a GOP primary made up of candidates who differ on abortion, guns and Trump.
It’s free money, but it’s not easy to get. This is the last week for candidates in Connecticut primary elections to qualify for public money.
The new ad is a reminder that a previous campaign establishes something of a record for someone who never has held office.
U.S. Rep. Jahana Hayes, D-5th District, widened her fundraising lead over Republican George Logan in what is widely seen as Connecticut’s most competitive congressional race.
Monthly inflation updates are gifts to GOP challengers like Bob Stefanowski, whose campaign for governor is tightly focused on inflation.
The Democratic Governors Association is reminding voters that Republican Bob Stefanowski ran a payday loan company barred from Connecticut.
Dita Bhargava, a Democrat running for treasurer, vows to “push companies that we invest in to guarantee employees access to safe abortions.”
Gov. Ned Lamont said Monday he erred last fall when suggesting that his wife preferred investing in Tennessee over Connecticut.
Bob Stefanowski, CT’s Republican candidate for governor, is betting that inflation will drive more voters to the polls than social issues.
As a super PAC attacks Gov. Ned Lamont on TV, the Democratic Governors Association registered its own PAC in Connecticut, a step towards defending the incumbent.
Kohler, a retired assistant attorney general, will complete the term of Secretary of the State Denise Merrill, who resigned earlier this week.
Merrill, 73, announced last June she intended to exit public office when her term expired in January 2023 after three decades in Hartford.