On Tuesday, the state Bond Commission met for the last time in Gov. Dan Malloy’s (D-Conn.) eight-year tenure.
Democrat Ned Lamont narrowly defeated Republican Bob Stefanowski in the Connecticut gubernatorial race on Tuesday night, keeping the governor’s mansion in Democratic hands for four more years.
Somewhere between one in five and one in four voters in Connecticut approve of the job Dan Malloy is doing as governor, according to two new polls out Wednesday morning.
In a new interview with Hartford Business published on Monday, Democratic gubernatorial nominee Ned Lamont addressed a number of key topics in the race to be Connecticut’s next governor, including the man he and Bob Stefanowski are looking to succeed.
You may see a new ad on your TV and computer screens soon that focuses on Ned Lamont and Gov. Dan Malloy (D-Conn.). And you may be seeing a lot of it.
CVS Health Corporation, the pharmacy company that announced its intention to acquire Aetna, one of the country’s major insurers, in December 2017, committed Wednesday to keeping Aetna’s headquarters in Hartford for at least ten years.
Former President Obama endorsed Ned Lamont for governor, Susan Bysiewicz for lieutenant governor, and Jahana Hayes for the Fifth Congressional District on Monday. The ex-president also made 13 endorsements in state Senate and state House races.
Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Stefanowski and Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ned Lamont will meet to debate for the third time on Wednesday night. For the first time, independent candidate Oz Griebel, who ran for governor as a Republican in 2010, will join Stefanowski and Lamont.
Thad Gray, an investment professional who’s the Republican nominee for state treasurer this fall, blasted the State Bond Commission on Thursday for “putting taxpayers deeper in debt with pork barrel spending.”
Sacred Heart University released its latest poll on the state of the Connecticut gubernatorial race Thursday, finding Democrat Ned Lamont is up on Republican Bob Stefanowski by 6.2 points.