Gov. Ned Lamont says his tax relief plan is the largest in CT history, yet it’s a tiny share of the government’s current financial windfall.
An anti-abortion leader said he sees common ground with a Connecticut gubernatorial nominee for the first time in decades.
Gov. Ned Lamont challenged Republican Bob Stefanowski to take a position on the abortion rights bill Stefanowski’s running mate supported.
Lesser finished second among the five candidates for secretary of the state at the Democratic State Convention on Saturday.
Gov. Ned Lamont declined Monday to put his weight behind his party’s convention endorsements over the weekend.
Erick Russell got the Democratic endorsement for state treasurer, and Rep. Stephanie Thomas got the endorsement for secretary of the state.
Connecticut Republicans nominated Themis Klarides, a moderate who supports abortion rights and broke with Donald Trump, for U.S. Senate.
The governor knows his economic record is one of the strongest cases he can make to voters. That’s a challenge for Republicans.
Connecticut Republicans united behind the gubernatorial ambitions of Bob Stefanowski, who outflanked the GOP establishment in 2018.
Democrats positioned Sen. Richard Blumenthal — and the party as a whole — as a bulwark against GOP efforts to strip Americans of their rights.
Sen. Matt Lesser was criticized for trying to change rules; Rep. Hilda Santiago’s campaign claimed support from neutral Gov. Ned Lamont.
Democrats committed to reproductive rights fear a repeal of Roe while welcoming the jolt of passion it could inject into midterm elections.
Eight days before the Democratic convention, Sen. Matt Lesser of Middletown entered the race for the nomination to succeed Denise Merrill.
Gov. Ned Lamont’s adjusted gross income averaged $8.65 million a year in 2018, 2019 and 2020, and his effective tax rate was 29%.
Themis Klarides outraised all GOP rivals in the Connecticut Senate race, but Leora Levy countered with a $750,000 loan to her own campaign.