The child tax rebate is available to single parents who earned $100,000 or less and to couples who make $200,000 or less.
Hopes of a governor and president converged at a sewage treatment plant, a symbol of infrastructure spending coming from Washington.
Connecticut’s latest tax amnesty program has collected $12.5 million since its launch on Nov. 1, officials said Monday.
Connecticut’s revenue services commissioner hopes to use data from the latest tax amnesty program to ensure another isn’t needed.
Mark Boughton vowed to cut taxes as a GOP candidate governor. Now, he’s going to collect them for a Democrat.
The winners included Justin Elicker in New Haven, Mark Boughton in Danbury, Luke Bronin in Hartford and Brenda Kupchick in Fairfield.
A new Facebook ad from Republican gubernatorial candidate Mark Boughton says he would “reduce” the state income tax, prompting two opponents Friday to question whether the Danbury mayor had abandoned his pledge to phase out the tax over a decade. The Boughton campaign says nothing has changed.
The issue of crumbling foundations that threaten financial ruin for thousands of Connecticut homeowners is trending in political circles, but help to those afflicted faces significant obstacles and could be limited.
FAIRFIELD — On and off stage Wednesday night, the Republican gubernatorial field turned on Bob Stefanowski, reinforcing a narrative his opponents are promoting in public forums and new advertising: GOP primary voters cannot trust a man who enrolled as Democrat in 2016 and did not vote for Donald J. Trump — or anyone else — for president.
Republican gubernatorial contender Mark Boughton upped the ante Monday in his plan to phase out the state income tax, pledging more than $380 million in taxpayer relief in his first two-year budget.
They use wrecking balls, floating boxes, and even a candidate’s brain scan. Four of the five Republican candidates for governor are on television, competing for attention with ads that offer dashes of biography with promises to cut taxes, shake up Hartford, cut state employee benefits, clean house, fight insiders, restore growth and, yes, think outside the box. All this in 30-second servings.
The three gubernatorial candidates seeking public financing failed to win approval of their grants Wednesday by the State Elections Enforcement Commission, the result of deficiencies in their applications for $1.35 million each to wage a primary. All three are Republicans. They will have another chance next week.
MASHANTUCKET — Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton won the Republican endorsement for governor Saturday, emerging as the choice of GOP delegates from a field of eight candidates on the third ballot. But he faces a primary in August with at least three and as many as seven candidates, including two wealthy businessmen who bypassed the state convention.
WEST HARTFORD — With touches of humor and humility, Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton resumed campaigning for governor Monday night, telling Republicans he was ready for the rigors of a statewide campaign after suffering a seizure Thursday night. His audience included four GOP rivals, one of them a physician who tended to him after his collapse, Prasad Srinivasan.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Mark Boughton told CT Mirror on Friday his seizure at a campaign event the previous night was caused by severe dehydration and, most likely, his failure to take a precautionary anti-seizure medication prescribed after surgery last summer to remove a lemon-sized cyst from his brain. He intends to resume campaigning Monday.