A Republican super PAC is the latest group to release TV ads in Connecticut’s most competitive House race of the 2022 midterm elections.
The White House approved Connecticut’s plan to invest nearly $43 million in affordable broadband access through a program launching in 2023.
U.S. Rep. Jahana Hayes, D-5th District, widened her fundraising lead over Republican George Logan in what is widely seen as Connecticut’s most competitive congressional race.
Hopes of a governor and president converged at a sewage treatment plant, a symbol of infrastructure spending coming from Washington.
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.
America took a deep breath and watched Joe Biden uneventfully inaugurated outside a Capitol invaded two weeks ago by rioters.
A mob supporting Donald J. Trump stormed the U.S. Capitol, delaying the certification of Joe Biden’s presidential victory.
As expected, there were no upsets of Connecticut’s incumbent members of Congress this year.
With the pandemic upending traditional politics, Hayes is running on her record and Sullivan on the need for change.
All five Connecticut U.S. House lawmakers are favored to win re-election, although a couple are facing tougher competition than expected.
The attack is just one of the most recent in a string of Zoombombings of political, academic and religious events.
There was nothing new in the attack against Hayes. And that, say Black politicians, is the bigger problem.
The candidates disagreed on the Supreme Court, a GOP tax bill, federal COVID aid, policing and other issues.
The president’s COVID diagnosis brought uncertainty to the presidential campaign and spasms of sympathy, snark and schadenfreude.