PHILADELPHIA — Off the lobby of an airport hotel here, Bernie Sanders delegates from Connecticut talked about life after Bernie. Is there really a movement, a political revolution that can outlive the presidential candidacy of the septuagenarian senator from Vermont?
PHILADELPHIA — On a night choreographed to mark the moment as an overdue breakthrough for women, Hillary Rodham Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination for president Thursday, opening what promises to be a bruising campaign against one of the most unconventional candidates ever to run for president, Donald J. Trump.
PHILADELPHIA — Robert Berriault is the 27-year-old Bernie Sanders delegate from Connecticut who arrives early at the Democratic National Convention every day in a dark suit, white shirt and necktie. No Bernie hipster stuff, no funny T-shirts. But he’s got a story.
PHILADELPHIA — Led by President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden, the Democratic National Convention shook off shook off two nights of intra-party dissent Wednesday to deliver a relentless assault on the character and temperament of Republican Donald J. Trump and his dark view of an America in decline.
PHILADELPHIA — The latest step on Joseph P. Ganim’s road to political redemption came over breakfast Wednesday at the Democratic National Convention, where Congressman John B. Larson cheerfully introduced the mayor-to-felon-to-mayor to the Connecticut delegation as “the comeback kid.”
PHILADELPHIA — After 24 hours of disruption and anxious appeals for unity, Democrats nominated Hillary Clinton for president Tuesday, making the former first lady, New York senator and secretary of state the first woman to win a major party’s presidential nomination.
PHILADELPHIA — Sen. Jon Tester, D-Montana had two reasons for being the featured speaker Tuesday at a Democratic National Convention breakfast sponsored by the owners of Connecticut’s two tribal casinos: He can help them in their fight with MGM Resorts International, and they can help him raise money to take back the Senate.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy condemned the Republican ticket of Donald J. Trump and Mike Pence as bullies in a speech Monday night to the Democratic National Convention, winning cheers by noting Connecticut welcomed the Syrian refugee family Pence turned away from Indiana.
PHILADELPHIA — Both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders sought unity on the opening day of the Democratic National Convention on Monday, but the long, bitter primary race between the Democratic candidates and the insurgent nature of the Sanders campaign would not be erased in one evening.
This is the text of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s remarks as prepared for delivery at the convention.
PHILADELPHIA — Connecticut backers of Bernie Sanders applauded the announcement Sunday that Debbie Wasserman Schultz would resign as Democratic National Committee chairwoman in response to the release of internal emails showing the party had worked to hobble Sanders’ presidential campaign. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, who also had his scrapes with Sanders, is one of the opening night speakers Monday at the Democratic National Convention.