The plurality of Democratic presidential candidates poses a problem for the members of Connecticut’s delegation, who are holding back on endorsing anyone.
The sheer number of Democrats running to unseat Trump means Connecticut is likely to help define a front-runner in what is expected to be a long and hard-fought contest.
On Tuesday, the campaign of the former New York mayor and Democratic candidate for the White House announced that state Reps. Chris Rosario, D-Bridgeport and Kerry Wood, D-Newington, will co-chair Bloomberg’s Connecticut campaign.
In hiring Connecticut campaign staffers, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg hopes to be competitive in the state’s Democratic primary in April.
WASHINGTON — This political season, gun control advocates are bolstered by Hillary Clinton’s embrace of their issue and an increase in the political cash they’ve raised, even as they continue to be outgunned by the National Rifle Association when it comes to campaign spending.
WASHINGTON – Gun rights groups and gun control advocates are both claiming victories in this year’s midterm elections, but their political impact wasn’t as they would like you to believe.
In the final days of Connecticut’s deadlocked race for governor, two super PACs are making $2.4 million in independent expenditures on advertising praising Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s push for a sweeping gun control law after the Newtown school massacre and criticizing Tom Foley’s support for repeal.
A national gun-control group co-founded by former Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords and funded by some of the wealthiest names in technology gave $501,000 Thursday to a political action committee to air television ads in Connecticut’s race for governor.
Washington — A year after a modest proposal to change gun laws failed in the Senate, Connecticut Sens. Richard Blumenthal and Chris Murphy have switched tactics.
They plan to introduce a bill that would forbid anyone under a temporary restraining order from owning a gun.