Foley seeks 2014 election rematch
Tom Foley, the Republican businessman who lost to Gov. Dannel Malloy in the 2010 gubernatorial race, is making preparations for a 2014 election rematch.
Malloy unveils budget cuts
Facing a mounting budget deficit this fiscal year, Gov. Dannel Malloy announced $170 million in cuts across a wide gamut of state agencies on Wednesday.
Little surprise among Obama supporters
CHICAGO, Ill. — Long before major news networks declared President Barack Obama the victor in last night’s presidential race, his base in Chicago started celebrating his victory. Standing in line to enter the Obama campaign’s victory rally, Erica Brown said she was entering the festivities with the expectation that the president would win a second »
Obama wins four more years
CHICAGO, Ill. — Four years after an historic election victory, President Barack Obama clinched a second term on Tuesday, edging out former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney and securing another four years of holding the nation’s highest public office. At press time, Obama had won a total of 303 electoral votes com- pared to Romney’s 206. »
State criticizes McMahon campaign
The State Election Enforcement Commission has issued a warning to Republican U.S. Senate candidate Linda McMahon about her “deceitful tactics” in disseminating absentee ballot applications in the final days before Election Day. In an Oct. 25 letter to McMahon’s campaign committee, the Commission, which is tasked with ensuring the integrity of the state’s electoral process, »
Candidates fight for Latino vote
Latino voters may have the power to swing this year’s Connecticut Senate election. A report released by Connecticut Secretary of the State Denise Merrill on Oct. 25 counted 176,000 registered voters of Hispanic origin in Connecticut, which represents almost nine percent of all registered voters in the state. Both campaigns are making an effort to »