August Wolf, the only announced Republican candidate for the 2016 U.S. Senate race in Connecticut, named his new leadership team Thursday, an effort to stabilize a campaign rocked by turnover, unusually public dissension and fundraising challenges. He also filed his long overdue end-of-year finance report.
The troubled U.S. Senate campaign of Republican August Wolf is without a campaign manager for the second time in two months, but the Stamford businessman said Tuesday he is staying in the race and will announce a new team next week.
Cue the music. Rocky wins again. Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente, a petitioning candidate for the Democratic presidential nomination, won the top ballot line Tuesday for Connecticut’s presidential primary. Ted Cruz won the top line in the GOP primary.
It’s a question that draws knowing smiles, solemn nods and the occasional nervous laugh from Republicans: Given the depth of Connecticut’s fiscal crisis, would the GOP actually be better off remaining as the General Assembly’s minority party for at least another two years?
Rep. Selim G. Noujaim, R-Waterbury, told a business group Thursday morning he is not seeking re-election this fall, giving Democrats hopes of picking up one of the GOP’s urban seats in a presidential election year.
BRIDGEPORT – It’s the question of Connecticut’s primary season: Can Joseph P. Ganim, a dozen years after his mayoralty here was unmasked as a racketeering conspiracy to shake down city contractors, regain the office he so memorably disgraced?
AMHERST, N.H. — Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy arrived here Monday to rally Hillary Clinton supporters, some of whom were plainly anxious to see the media move beyond the issue of how she handled emails as secretary of state. He also had to compete with an acrobatic dog.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, a Democrat who swam against a Republican tide to win re-election last year, is headed to New Hampshire next week to campaign for Hillary Clinton.
August Wolf, a former Olympic shot putter seeking the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in 2016, is running his first commercial: a cable television ad urging U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn., to oppose the proposed U.S-Iran nuclear deal.