Connecticut Politics

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 Tea Party Activist Walter Reddy Has Eyes on Toni Boucher's Senate Seat

Tea Party Activist Walter Reddy Has Eyes on Toni Boucher's Senate Seat

State Sen. Toni Boucher’s decision on whether to run for the governor’s mansion or hold on to her Senate seat may have just gotten a little more complicated.

February 2014

House Speaker Calls for Repeal of Keno

More leading legislators are calling for the repeal of Keno.

February 2014

John McKinney Wants Ten Republican Debates with Gubernatorial Candidates

The gubernatorial candidate is putting the pressure on his fellow candidates.

February 2014
Republican Candidates Take on Several Issues in First GOP Debate

Republican Candidates Take on Several Issues in First GOP Debate

Here is a breakdown of the candidates' stances on the issues from the first debate.

February 2014

Spokesman says Tom Foley Plans to Attend Future Debates

Two of the six Republicans vying for the party's gubernatorial nomination weren't at Sunday's debate in Brookfield.

February 2014

John McKinney Reveals He's Engaged to Kristin Fox

Regardless of whether state Sen. John McKinney is Connecticut's next governor, he’ll be a winner after the election.

February 2014
Live Blog: First Republican Gubernatorial Primary Debate

Live Blog: First Republican Gubernatorial Primary Debate

Follow along as John McKinney, Mark Boughton, Toni Boucher and Joe Visconti debate at Brookfield High School.

February 2014
Mark Lauretti Withdraws from Republican Debate

Mark Lauretti Withdraws from Republican Debate

Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti has withdrawn from today's Republican gubernatorial primary debate.

February 2014
Gov. Malloy Accepts Some Assault Weapon Applications Received After Due Date

Gov. Malloy Accepts Some Assault Weapon Applications Received After Due Date

Gun and gun magazine owners who made an effort to abide by the state’s new laws and register their equipment, but missed the deadline by a few days, are getting a pass from the governor.

February 2014
State GOP and Democrats Release Dueling Valentine's Day Cards

State GOP and Democrats Release Dueling Valentine's Day Cards

Connecticut Democrats and Republicans are sharing Valentine’s Day cards today, though they aren’t the sort of conversation hearts common for today’s holiday.

February 2014
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