Themis Klarides had no campaign website, no fundraising account and no campaign committee when she announced her plan to run for U.S. Senate.
By opting to run for U.S. Senate instead of governor, Themis Klarides has clarified the GOP’s field in two races.
Republican George Logan, a former state senator from Ansonia, has indicated that a formal challenge to Hayes is imminent.
Some Connecticut Republicans didn’t flinch at questions about the president’s furious efforts to stay in office. One did.
The PAC is reminder that Themis Klarides is staying active and keeping options open for 2022.
The most diverse class in the history of the Connecticut State Police got their badges Thursday.
There’s an urgency now, lawmakers say, but they worry a delay could kill the momentum for meaningful reforms.
A few legislators returned to Hartford to formally end the 2020 session, a concession to custom, calendar and the coronavirus.
House Minority Leader Themis Klarides won’t seek re-election in 2020. A run for governor in 2022 is possible.
The unifying crisis of the coronavirus pandemic wasn’t enough Thursday to keep the tolls debate from briefly resurfacing.
They left on March 11, promising to return after a deep cleaning of the State Capitol. They never returned.
The vote on tolls will not come before next week, the top Senate leader said Tuesday night.
A state audit requested by a Republican lawmaker revealed that funds meant to support workers present at the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting were not used appropriately.
The governor’s new transportation plan will be revealed soon, but not this week.
State officials are divided on how to win public trust in a partnership to aid struggling students that is exempt from FOI laws.