Rep.-Elect Jahana Hayes (D-Conn.), the rising Democratic Party star just elected to serve Connecticut’s Fifth Congressional District in the U.S. House, appeared to shift her position on supporting Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday.
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) is on Ballotpedia’s new list of 55 potential Democratic presidential candidates, along with 11 of his colleagues in the U.S. Senate.
If you ever have a doubt your vote counts, look no further than the 17th State Senate District race, which after counts and recounts has the Republican incumbent defeating his Democrat challenger by 165 votes out of 36,691 cast (less than half a percent).
One of the legislature’s most powerful members, the outgoing attorney general, and two people tied to the world of finance will be on Ned Lamont’s transition team, the new governor-elect announced Thursday.
Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) led six Connecticut Democrats in sweeping the state’s federal races on Tuesday night, ensuring at least two more years of unanimous Democratic representation for Connecticut in Washington, D.C.
NOTE: This posted was updated to reflect the news that State Sen. George Logan (R-Ansonia) is ahead in the latest vote count for the 17th District. Governor-Elect Ned Lamont faces perpetual budget challenges and a stagnant state economy as he prepares to take office in January 2019, and he’s going to have strong Democratic majorities […]
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.
The elections have come and gone in Connecticut. At stake and down to the wire was which party controls the governor’s mansion, statewide constitutional offices, and both chambers of the legislature in 2019 and 2020. STATEWIDE RACES The marquee matchup of the 2018 ticket was the gubernatorial contest between Democrat Ned Lamont and Republican Bob […]
On Tuesday, Connecticut voters will decide who they want to be their governor for the next four years. At stake is the future management of Connecticut’s budget (and its anticipated deficits), the future tax burden in the state, and how the top elected official in Connecticut steers the state’s economy.
Might petitioning gubernatorial candidate Oz Griebel be causing Democrat Ned Lamont worry, one day before Election Day?