Connecticut Politics

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Rep. Esty Votes with Republicans Requesting Special Counsel Investigate IRS

Rep. Esty Votes with Republicans Requesting Special Counsel Investigate IRS

April 2014
Sen. John McCain to Stop in Connecticut on Friday

Sen. John McCain to Stop in Connecticut on Friday

April 2014
Gubernatorial hopeful Boughton says GOP needs to embrace Connecticut’s cities

Gubernatorial hopeful Boughton says GOP needs to embrace Connecticut’s cities

April 2014
Mark Greenberg Calls for John Kerry's Resignation

Mark Greenberg Calls for John Kerry's Resignation

April 2014
State Cancels $55 Tax Rebate

State Cancels $55 Tax Rebate

April 2014
Hillary Clinton takes the stage at UConn forum

Hillary Clinton takes the stage at UConn forum

April 2014
Politico: Dodd Campaign Could Have Unknowingly Received Illegal Campaign Contributions

Politico: Dodd Campaign Could Have Unknowingly Received Illegal Campaign Contributions

Former Sen. Chris Dodd’s campaign may have been a recipient of illegal campaign contributions from a man who pleaded guilty Thursday to making $180,000 in illegal contributions and witness tampering, Politico reports.

April 2014
Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton Won't Back Down from Accusation

Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton Won't Back Down from Accusation

Danbury Mayor and Gubernatorial Candidate Mark Boughton says he misspoke at a debate when he suggested a Democratic donor was appointed to a “high-paying position” because of a “quid pro quo” arrangement, but maintains the arrangement still stinks of a pay to play atmosphere in the state’s executive branch.

April 2014
Connecticut GOP Candidates Say 'No Thanks' to Wilson-Foley Donations

Connecticut GOP Candidates Say 'No Thanks' to Wilson-Foley Donations

At least two Republican candidates for state office are now saying thanks, but no thanks, to donations they received from Lisa Wilson-Foley, who along with her husband pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge in a campaign scheme involving former Gov. John G. Rowland last month.

April 2014
John McKinney Would Back Repeal of Tougher Connecticut Gun Laws as Governor?

John McKinney Would Back Repeal of Tougher Connecticut Gun Laws as Governor?

State Sen. John McKinney of Fairfield, a GOP candidate for governor, appears to say in a video that, as governor, he would back a legislature that voted to repeal Connecticut's tougher new gun laws.

April 2014
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