WASHINGTON — Middletown Mayor Dan Drew said Tuesday he has decided against running for Rep. Elizabeth Esty’s congressional seat.
‘Candidate’ talk canceled after Drew complains of snub
A day-long meeting with a somewhat wonkish agenda of promoting economic growth by “utilizing rapid iteration solutions such as 3D printing, CNC machining and computer aided casting” became an unlikely gubernatorial campaign issue Saturday over who was and wasn’t invited to the event.
Geoff Luxenberg out as Dan Drew tries to refocus campaign
Middletown Mayor Dan Drew tried to reboot his beleaguered campaign for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination Wednesday, abruptly parting ways with Geoff Luxenberg, the political strategist he put on the city payroll as his chief of staff in August.
Drew apologizes, promises campaign refunds to city employees
In an early stumble in his campaign for governor, Middletown Mayor Dan Drew admitted “an error in judgment” Thursday and apologized to city employees for obtaining a mailing list from the city that his campaign used to solicit contributions.
Dan Drew nudges Malloy with exploratory committee for 2018
Middletown Mayor Dan Drew became the first Democrat to take a formal step toward running for governor in 2018 by opening an exploratory committee Thursday, a sign not all Democrats will indefinitely wait for their party’s titular leader, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, to say if he is seeking a third term.
If you can wait until 2023, no more red lights on Route 9
It’s a “minimalist” plan to solve one of Connecticut’s enduring traffic oddities — two traffic lights that suddenly appear on what is otherwise a limited access highway through Middletown. But the planning still will take another four years.