A Republican super PAC is the latest group to release TV ads in Connecticut’s most competitive House race of the 2022 midterm elections.
The lesson delivered to Enfield 8th-graders is to be skewered by Parents Against Stupid Stuff super PAC in an ad targeting Gov. Ned Lamont.
Themis Klarides has directed her ads at Blumenthal and the general election, while her GOP rival Leora Levy has mainly focused on Klarides herself.
The new ad is a reminder that a previous campaign establishes something of a record for someone who never has held office.
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.
Three days after the demise of Roe v. Wade, a new TV ad underlines Gov. Ned Lamont’s unqualified support for abortion rights.