Trump’s insistence the election was rigged is a distraction that GOP candidates in Connecticut say they are intent on ignoring.
Unofficial returns show Guilford voters have decisively rejected a Republican school board slate organized in opposition to critical race theory.
Gov. Ned Lamont and other governors expressed dismay to the White House over pausing the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Sen. Chris Murphy offered mild criticism of the Biden administration and accused Republicans of using the issue as a distraction.
Reporters outnumbered protesters. Cops outnumbered everyone. Sunday at the Connecticut Capitol was peaceful and well-documented.
The timing of J.R. Romano’s resignation, delivered Tuesday night, inevitably links it with the second impeachment of President Donald Trump.
The U.S. Capitol is secured, but U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy says the threat is not over.
They think him unfit. But even some Democrats doubt they can remove Donald J. Trump before January 20.
Aides appeared, whispering to bosses. Then came noises in the hall. The U.S. Capitol was breached.
Some Connecticut Republicans didn’t flinch at questions about the president’s furious efforts to stay in office. One did.
Connecticut scrambled Monday to determine how the president’s delay in signing COVID relief will impact unemployment benefits.
Gov. Ned Lamont says President Donald J. Trump’s threat to veto the bipartisan pandemic relief package was “erratic behavior.”
A big stimulus bill takes a lot of explaining.
Connecticut cast its seven Electoral College votes for President-elect Joe Biden, normally a perfunctory postscript to a presidential election.
Trump voters are passionate. So are Never Trumpers. Both groups are troublesome for GOP candidates.