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Next Gov May Have Easy First Fiscal Year, According to Lembo Report, But Danger Lies Ahead
October 3, 2018

Next Gov May Have Easy First Fiscal Year, According to Lembo Report, But Danger Lies Ahead

Dan Malloy's eight years were marked by budget crisis after budget crisis, but his successor may have a breezy first year – if current projections hold.

5 Topics That Could Come Up in the 3rd CT-Gov. Debate on Wednesday Night
September 26, 2018

5 Topics That Could Come Up in the 3rd CT-Gov. Debate on Wednesday Night

Lamont and Stefanowski are meeting for the third time.

EXCLUSIVE: What David Stemerman Has Been Up to Since the CT-Gov. Primary
September 24, 2018

EXCLUSIVE: What David Stemerman Has Been Up to Since the CT-Gov. Primary

The businessman and former gubernatorial candidate talks to Reclaim Connecticut about his activities since the August 14 primary, his position on Bob Stefanowski, and more.

Gray, Treasurer Nominee, Becomes Latest Republican to Call Out State Bonding
September 21, 2018

Gray, Treasurer Nominee, Becomes Latest Republican to Call Out State Bonding

The Republican nominee for treasurer became the third GOP candidate for a statewide office this week to highlight what some consider reckless bonding by the State Bond Commission.

New Sacred Heart Poll Finds Lamont’s Lead, and Unpopularity, Growing
September 21, 2018

New Sacred Heart Poll Finds Lamont’s Lead, and Unpopularity, Growing

Sacred Heart University's September poll finds that, a month after their first poll of the gubernatorial race, Ned Lamont's lead on Bob Stefanowski is expanding. He's also more unpopular than last month, though.

Kurt Miller, Lembo’s GOP Opponent, Weighs in on $217K “Splash Pad”
September 19, 2018

Kurt Miller, Lembo’s GOP Opponent, Weighs in on $217K “Splash Pad”

The Republican candidate for comptroller is urging incumbent Kevin Lembo and Gov. Dan Malloy (D-Conn.) to stop the "reckless borrowing."

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