Turnout for the GOP primary election was only 20.8 percent this year — significantly lower than 2010, when 29.8 percent of registered Republicans showed up to vote. Virtually every town had a poorer turnout this year than in 2010.
Search for your provider, or look for providers in your town, and see how much they received in Medicare payments.
You know how Congress works as defined in the Constitution. But we try to show how Congress actually operates on a day-to-day. Tune in to pragmatic civics, by Washington reporter Ana Radelat and data editor Alvin Chang.
What did Connecticut’s Congressional candidates spend their money on? Check out The Mirror’s interactive tool for exploring what the candidates bought, from flowers to meals to consultants.
Some state employees will soon have to move to another building — but there’s one thing they won’t be allowed to bring with them: paper.
Connecticut has had a dramatic drop in homicides since 2011, leading to the lowest number of homicides since 2001, according to data recorded by the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.
The state’s new open data portal, scheduled for launch in about a month, will be on the Socrata platform — a popular choice for several city and state portals. Customers include New York City, San Francisco and the federal government’s portal, Data.gov. The Office of Policy and Management issued the purchase order late last week, […]
Connecticut plans to launch its open data portal in about a month. Several residents, from data scientists to elected representatives, have different perspectives on what the portal means. So we reached out to a few of them.
Parents can now see if their child’s school is among the best or worst in the state. A new website with school-by-school ratings — based on a 100-point scale — was put up by the State Department of Education Thursday afternoon. As expected, many of the schools in urban districts scored poorly. In fact, 91 […]