Connecticut’s Premium Pay Program bonus payouts may be months away. And with only $30 million to give out, each could be well under $1,000.
Sean Scanlon’s announcement is another step toward setting the Democratic and Republican lineups ahead of next month’s conventions.
Rep. Sean Scanlon is opening an exploratory campaign, becoming the first Democrat to put a marker on the comptroller’s race.
Natalie Braswell is Gov. Ned Lamont’s choice to complete the term of Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo.
Gov. Ned Lamont expects to appoint a new state comptroller soon — one that won’t run for election in 2022.
State Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo will resign Dec. 31, after 12 years in office, due to a serious heart condition.
A year after withholding public disclosure of the price of taxpayer-funded purchases, Comptroller Kevin Lembo changed course.
Mark Greenberg, a Republican businessman who was the GOP nominee for Congress in the 5th District in 2014, announced his candidacy Wednesday for state comptroller.
As legislative leaders and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy engage in a partisan battle over the health of Connecticut’s budget, Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo insists he doesn’t want to stay out of the debate — just the political posturing.
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Republican legislative leaders called Monday for immediate hearings on the state budget deficit controversy — and reform of a little-known law that compels the comptroller officially to confirm the governor’s budget’s projections.
The candidates vying to become Connecticut’s chief fiscal guardian agree more must be done to improve state government’s transparency and fiscal security. But while incumbent Kevin Lembo says the state has made considerable progress on both fronts over the past four years, his Republican challenger, Sharon McLaughlin, insists too much work remains to be done to feel good about the status quo.