Former state Sen. George Logan hopes to be the first Republican to win a Connecticut congressional race since 2006.
Republican George Logan, a former state senator from Ansonia, has indicated that a formal challenge to Hayes is imminent.
Effective immediately, the Connecticut Republican Party has no state chair.
It turned out that no one could resist a pre-election jab at Eversource.
The House speaker is an AFSCME employee. A freshman senator used to lobby for a water company. Neither is barred by Connecticut’s narrowly drawn ethics rules from using their elected positions to advocate for their employers. In a state with a part-time, citizen legislature, almost anything goes so long as elected officials or their families don’t end up with money in their pockets as the direct result of legislative action.
It’s Election Day in Connecticut. In the crucial battle for control of the state Senate, here is an overview of what to watch for in each of the nine most competitive races as the results come in tonight.
The battle for control of Connecticut’s state legislative chambers is in its final days. Here are the latest headlines in the Senate battleground districts.
If the GOP can gain four seats, it will turn a 21-15 Democratic advantage into a 19-17 Republican majority, giving them control of the chamber for the first time in 20 years.