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Clinton surges in CT fundraising; GOP candidates trail Dems

WASHINGTON — Connecticut donations to Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign surged in the first three months of this year, thanks in part to a January fundraiser held in the state by her husband, former President Bill Clinton. So far, Connecticut residents have invested at least $6.7 million in the presidential race. Continue Reading →

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Blumenthal has big war chest; Kudlow friends raise money

The latest reports filed with the Federal Elections Commission show that Sen. Richard Blumenthal ended 2015 with nearly $4 million in his campaign account. Supporters of conservative commentator Larry Kudlow have established a “testing the waters” PAC called “Jobs for Connecticut.” Continue Reading →

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Blumenthal campaign targets potential rival Kudlow over actual candidate Wolf

WASHINGTON — Sen. Richard Blumenthal‘s campaign has more sharply set its sights on a Larry Kudlow, a Republican who isn’t in the Connecticut Senate race — at least not yet — instead of August Wolf, a Republican who has declared his candidacy. Continue Reading →

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In home stretch, Greenberg loans his campaign another $350,000

Washington – Mark Greenberg, a Republican businessman from Litchfield who is running against Rep. Elizabeth Esty, D-5th District, has loaned his campaign another $350,000, bringing the total personal investment in his effort to win a seat in Congress to about $1.5 million. Continue Reading →

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Out-of-state money plays big role in CT lawmakers’ campaigns

WASHINGTON – Donations from out-of-state individuals and political action committees to members of Connecticut’s Congressional delegation are dwarfing contributions from the state’s voters, a Connecticut Mirror analysis of Federal Elections Commission data shows. Continue Reading →

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