The biggest spenders in CT’s most competitive congressional race are outside groups supporting both candidates. See how much they’ve given.
Blumenthal has a money lead in the final weeks of CT’s U.S. Senate race, but a Levy super PAC raised large sums over the past three months.
The CT senator wants to ‘defy the odds’ in a midterm year by protecting Democrats’ majorities and creating a path for more gun-related bills.
Convention-endorsed Themis Klarides has out-raised her Republican rivals. Leora Levy is still injecting a lot of her own money into the race.
With the pandemic upending traditional politics, Hayes is running on her record and Sullivan on the need for change.
All five Connecticut U.S. House lawmakers are favored to win re-election, although a couple are facing tougher competition than expected.
Joe Biden’s campaign has raised more money than Donald Trump’s as the race enters its final days.
DeLauro raised more than $405,000 for her re-election campaign, a substantial boost over previous fundraising.
Records show McMahon raised $83 million by Aug. 31 for America First. She says she’s raised more since then.
The race that is consuming Rep. Rosa DeLauro right now is for the gavel of the House Appropriations Committee.
As the pandemic poses new challenges in raising money, political candidates need campaign cash more than ever.
Yet Rep. Rosa DeLauro, who has not had a tough race in decades, appears unconcerned about the fundraising disadvantage.
Republican challengers are struggling to raise money and win name recognition in a time of social distancing.
In the last quarter of 2019, Biden raised $507,778 from Connecticut donors with the help of an October fundraiser hosted by Gov. Ned Lamont.
Rep. Jahana Hayes is defending her U.S. House seat in a district that has been a battleground before.