Connecticut Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy are donating a lot of money to other Democrats this year because control of the U.S. Senate, now in Democratic hands by a margin of six seats, could very well flip to the GOP in November.
WASHINGTON – In at least one way, the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision is a gift from the high court to Democratic candidates — including those in Connecticut.
Washington – Former Sen. Chris Dodd will nominate Rep. John Larson, D-1st District, at the Democratic First Congressional District Nominating Convention Wednesday at Goodwin College.
The arrival of Ted Kennedy Jr. as a potential Democratic candidate for state senator may turn out to be a game changer along part of the Connecticut shoreline.
Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy don’t have to run for re-election this year, but they are still in the thick of the 2014 Senate political campaigns.
Snowed in at a retreat on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Rep. Jim Himes, D-4th District, said he and other Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee officials are “realistic” about his party’s chances of taking back the House of Representatives in November’s elections. In a freewheeling, informal talk with reporters that lasted nearly a half-hour, Himes said DCCC Chairman […]
Washington — Rep. Rosa DeLauro has a starring role and Rep. Joe Courtney is odd man out as House Democrats began their three-day annual retreat Wednesday. The retreat, in Cambridge, Md., the Eastern Shore town that was the site of the GOP retreat last month, will feature speeches by President Obama and Vice President Joe […]