One police chief said they need more time to train officers on new use-of-force rules.
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Sen. Gary Holder-Winfield addresses colleagues after taking the oath of office. Gary Holder-Winfield resigned Friday from the House of Representatives and immediately took his place in the Connecticut Senate. Holder-Winfield, a Democrat from New Haven, was elected Tuesday in a special election to succeed Toni Harp, who resigned her Senate seat after her election as […]
New Haven — Despite—or perhaps with the help of—a last-minute blast of negative campaign mailings by his opponent, state Rep. Gary Holder-Winfield cruised to an election victory Tuesday, winning the open 10th District state Senate seat with 76 percent of the vote.
Gary Holder-Winfield on Sunday, Feb. 9, was seeking support in the special election for state Senate New Haven — Gary Holder-Winfield watched his mother die a slow painful death over four years in the hospital. That helped convince him to embrace a controversial bill coming up in the state legislature—to allow physicians to help terminally […]
A special election to fill the state Senate seat vacated by Toni Harp, the newly inaugurated mayor of New Haven, will be held Feb. 25, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s office announced Friday. Rep. Gary Holder-Winfield, D-New Haven, is seeking the seat in the 10th District, which includes West Haven and part of New Haven. Malloy […]
Toni Harp, the newly inaugurated Democratic mayor of New Haven, resigned Tuesday from the state Senate, forcing a special election to choose a successor within the next 56 days. By law, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has 10 days to issue a writ of special election. Secretary of the State Denise Merrill must then schedule an election within 46 days of Malloy’s action.