Dozens of Connecticut General Assembly candidates are running unopposed, and 30 incumbents aren’t running at all. Party leaders suspect a variety of reasons why.
Rep. Jahana Hayes is running against Republican George Logan in a campaign that has garnered national attention and outside spending.
CT Sen. Richard Blumenthal is seeking a third term. His opponent, GOP nominee Leora Levy, is significantly behind in fundraising and polling.
More often than not over the past three decades, gubernatorial races are won in CT by just a few points, often with less than 50% of the vote.
National analysts say Republicans likely won’t win Connecticut’s statewide midterms. Some GOP congressional candidates’ chances are better.
The Connecticut Mirror’s election coverage aims to empower voters. Here’s what you can expect over the next two months.
Abortion, guns and Trump are staples of Democratic messaging. Republicans gripe that Democrats are distracting voters from the economy.