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Monthly Archive for October, 2010

: October, 2010

Connecticut needs to end the years of secrecy surrounding taxpayer dollars and how they’re being spent

Responding to a new report by the Auditors of Public Accounts, Democratic nominee for Governor Dan Malloy said today that Connecticut needs to “end the years of secrecy surrounding taxpayer dollars

Suffolk Poll: Democrats Leading for All Statewide Races in Connecticut

Working Families Party votes a factor, especially in Governor’s race With less than two weeks left in the 2010 election cycle, Connecticut Attorney General and Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate

Firearms Training in School?

I’ve written before about Martha Dean’s nutty legal views. But as a NRA guns for everyone advocate, she has some nutty policy views as well:

Clueless Newspaper

The Torrington Register-Citizen actually wrote this: While it is unclear whether Wright would have the authority to veto a budgetary decision of the Legislature by refusing to sign his name on the

McMahon/WWE Connection?

TEXT OF FEC COMPLAINT FOLLOWS: October 20, 2010 Christopher Hughey, Acting General Counsel Office of the General Counsel Federal Election Commission 999 E Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20463 Dear Mr.

Fedele Not Sure He Will Support Foley

Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Tom Foley was dealt another blow yesterday by a fellow Republican who was supposed to be his friend. Republican Lieutenant Governor Mike Fedele told Kevin Rennie

Connecticut has one of the largest achievement gaps between low-income students and their more affluent peers

The Connecticut Commission on Educational Achievement is a volunteer, bipartisan and privately funded commission composed primarily of business leaders and includes several other professionals. The

Linda Avoids Answering Questions

I guess she’s letting Vince do the talking:

Martha Dean: “more than occasionally bereft of common sense”

The Hartford Courant has endorsed George Jepson, praising his background, experience and approach to the office. But much more interesting is the paper’s discussion of his opponent, Martha Dean. They

An Ad Infuriates Rand Paul

Can you blame him?