Poverty front and center for next mayor
Behind the hot-button campaign issues that have dominated the New Haven mayoral race lies a nagging fact: more than one-quarter of the city’s residents lives in poverty.
Harp widens fundraising lead
Harp has raised a total of $503,496 since entering the race in April. Elicker came a few hundred thousand dollars short of that figure, raising an aggregate $308,481 over the course of the campaign.
Chandler rolls out platform
Republican Ward 1 Candidate Paul Chandler ’14 unveiled his policy platform over the weekend just over two weeks before he squares off at the polls with Democratic incumbent Sarah Eidelson ’12.
Chandler campaign takes offensive
In a poster campaign that hit residential colleges last week, Republican Ward 1 candidate Paul Chandler ’14 leveled a series of attacks against Sarah Eidelson ’12.
Elicker to run as Independent
Elicker's status as an Independent has helped lure unaffiliated, Independent and even Republican voters to his campaign. But it has also provoked criticism from Harp.
Yale donors flock to Elicker
Updated campaign finance reports show that the two candidates competing to become New Haven’s next mayor are neck-and-neck in fundraising.
Republicans Prep for Election Day
The Elm City’s Republican Town Committee gathered to ready candidates who will go head-to-head with Democrats in four aldermanic races.