The Senate’s Electoral Count Act reforms bill, which CT Sen. Chris Murphy worked on, has bipartisan support. But the House’s version doesn’t.
For weeks, an intelligence analyst monitored social media for the Secretary of the State’s office. Then her contract ran out.
A mob supporting Donald J. Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol, delaying the certification of Joe Biden’s presidential victory.
Hundreds of protestors gathered Wednesday outside the Capitol, pressing returning lawmakers to reject mandatory vaccinations and coronavirus-related restrictions on gatherings.
Connecticut cast its seven Electoral College votes for President-elect Joe Biden, normally a perfunctory postscript to a presidential election.
It hasn’t been a good two weeks for tallying votes in the 90th House District of Cheshire and Wallingford.
Democratic legislators expanded their majorities Tuesday, but complex fiscal rules favor Gov. Ned Lamont in the next budget debate.
In his victory speech, President-elect Joe Biden urged an end to political acrimony and divisiveness.
How Ned Lamont came to commit to Joe Biden on day one is not a tale of political calculation.
As this one slowly wraps up, there’s a push to make the next election different for Connecticut voters.
For months we have been bombarded nonstop with COVID-19 statistics, both nationally and here in the state of Connecticut. TV stations give updates multiple times a day, in each newscast they do. We seem to be drowning in COVID information, but are we really getting all the facts that are relevant and helpful?
Three of the four state legislative caucuses chose new leaders Thursday.
‘There was a failure across the political universe when it came to polling,’ said political consultant Bill Burton.
The governor said the nation is hungry for a resolution.
Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy still hold out hope