The Connecticut Senate voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to confirm the nomination of David Lehman as commissioner of economic and community development, ending nearly a two-month debate over Lehman history as a Goldman Sachs partner,
Gov. Ned Lamont delivered a full-throated defense Monday of David Lehman, saying his economic-development nominee is unfairly tainted by his tenure at Goldman Sachs.
The leader of the Connecticut Senate cast a chill Tuesday over the nomination of Goldman Sachs partner David Lehman as commissioner of economic and community development.
WASHINGTON — Mitt Romney raised more than $1.5 million from people connected to Connecticut’s financial services industry, but few of those deep-pocketed donors are giving to Donald Trump. An analysis by the Connecticut Mirror shows that, as of the end of July, Trump had only raised about $11,000 from that sector.
WASHINGTON – Legislation championed for years by Connecticut U.S. Rep. Jim Himes, D-4th District, threatened to become a “poison pill’ Wednesday in a massive budget bill that would avoid a government shutdown. Himes’ spokesman, however, insisted the congressman didn’t know how the provision was placed in the budget bill.
Washington – The Progressive Change Campaign Committee is asking its members to lobby House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi against choosing Rep. Jim Himes as the next head of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee.