CT Mirror’s Election HQ rounds up all of our stories, highlights key voter resources, and will offer real-time results on Tuesday night.
Gov. Ned Lamont had hip replacement surgery Wednesday morning, almost exactly a year after he had his other hip replaced.
Some came out of the 2021 legislative process happy with what they’d achieved. Others are plotting for a special session.
The damage was discovered Tuesday morning, police said.
Harris said Connecticut adopted education policies that are “very progressive, courageous and innovative.”
On March 6, 2020, Gov. Ned Lamont announced that the first case of COVID-19 had been detected in Connecticut, and within weeks, life as we knew it was a memory. Schools were shut down, universities emptied, businesses shuttered. Those of us who were fortunate enough to be able to work from home set up shop at our […]
Mr. President, Mr. Speaker, Senator Kelly, Representative Candelora, members of the General Assembly, Lt. Governor Bysiewicz and the people of the great State of Connecticut. As your governor, one of my top priorities has been to get Connecticut’s fiscal house in order. My first stop two years ago was the state’s budget. For decades, Connecticut […]
Elected officials from both parties denounced the rioting in the U.S. Capitol Wednesday.
Click here for the full transcript and video of Gov. Ned Lamont’s state of the state speech.
Besides COVID going away, what else would people like to see happen in 2021?
Connecticut’s economy took a hit when the coronavirus pandemic arrived, and there is still a lot of recovery ahead.
Long lines reported early; absentee ballots contribute to heavy turnout
There have been 375 reported deaths in nursing homes from COVID-19 out of 1,713 cases. Here’s the breakdown.
Voters have until 8 p.m. to cast ballots for local leaders in cities and and small towns across Connecticut.
Ongoing problems at the Connecticut Lottery and Connecticut Port Authority have prompted Gov. Ned Lamont to order a review of their operations.