Democrats endorsed bills that would create a state voting rights act and increase voter registration and ballot access.
The legal fights over Tuesday’s election results could eclipse Bush v. Gore
Gov. Ned Lamont says absentee ballots would the best way to protect voters against COVID-19 during Connecticut’s presidential primary.
John R. Price says he is relinquishing his claim to the Independent Party’s nomination for U.S. Senate, a move intended to end an intra-party fight and give Republican Dan Carter the party’s cross-endorsement and a second line on the ballot. But with many ballots printed and optical scanners programmed, is it too late?
Jill Stein, the presidential nominee of the Green Party, qualified Thursday for the ballot in Connecticut, while the state remains one of four yet to certify petitions collected on behalf of the Libertarian candidate, Gary Johnson.