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On Nov. 12, 1936, Connecticut Gov. Wilbur L. Cross issued a Thanksgiving proclamation that remains widely shared to this day for its enduring message of hope and renewal. In that same spirit, we are sharing his words again today.
How do I register to vote? Where is my polling location? Can I vote absentee? Your questions about CT’s 2022 election, answered.
Dozens of Connecticut General Assembly candidates are running unopposed, and 30 incumbents aren’t running at all. Party leaders suspect a variety of reasons why.
Abortion has emerged as a campaign issue in CT’s elections. Here’s what the state’s governor candidates have said about reproductive rights.
Con menos de 30 días para las elecciones de 2022, la vivienda asequible se ha convertido en un tema clave en las contiendas estatales y locales.
Rep. Jahana Hayes and George Logan are squaring off in a race that has attracted national attention and nearly $6 million in outside spending.
A CT law called 8-30g designed to encourage affordable housing development has emerged as a key issue in state and local elections. Why?
Sen. Richard Blumenthal is touting his record, and rarely engaging with Levy – who is behind in fundraising and polling.
Ned Lamont, the governor of Connecticut, is campaigning on his record of managing CT’s budget and reducing debt. Here’s what you need to know.
Bob Stefanowski, Connecticut’s Republican nominee for governor, hopes to win a rematch against Gov. Ned Lamont. Here’s what you need to know.
Rob Hotaling, a banking executive and political newcomer, is the CT Independent Party’s nominee for governor. Here’s what you need to know.
Gov. Ned Lamont and Bob Stefanowski are both downplaying two recent polls — for different reasons, Mark Pazniokas writes.
In Connecticut, the number of pedestrians struck and killed by cars has more than doubled over the past 10 years.
A look at national analysts’ projections for Connecticut’s statewide and congressional elections.