WASHINGTON — According to the latest financial disclosures filed in the U.S. Senate, Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., continues to be one of the poorest members in that chamber — although he has a lot of cash in the bank.
Financial disclosure reports for 71 senators were released on Friday. Continue Reading →
It was an obvious question after George Gallo abruptly resigned last week as the House Republicans’ chief of staff amid FBI inquiries into his political consulting business: Was he the only legislative aide in Hartford with a side business involving politics?
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In 2013, almost $5 million was contributed to Connecticut Congressional campaigns. Who were the top donors for each candidate? Where did the donations come from? What professions give to each candidate? Continue Reading →