Monthly Archive for July, 2010

: July, 2010

Results of state study of artificial turf fields are in…

The state Department of Health just announced that it has completed a study of the health and environmental risks posed by artificial turf fields. This has proven a controversial topic in recent

Lamont kicks criticism of Malloy’s fund-raising into hyper-drive

Remember yesterday when I blogged about Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ned Lamont’s daring to bring up a past state probe of alleged contract-steering by former Stamford Mayor/current Democratic

Hey Stamford! Remember when your mayor was under investigation?

Democrat Ned Lamont’s gubernatorial campaign is offering residents of Stamford and Connecticut in general a trip down memory lane in a recent television ad against former Stamford Mayor Dannel Malloy.

McMahon still bringing up Vietnam, but does anyone still care?

Mark Pazniokas over at CTMirror.org today reported that self-funded Republican U.S. Senate candidate Linda McMahon is out with a mailing going after Democratic nominee Richard Blumenthal’s so-far

Simmons brings ribbons, Schiff brings RV to debate

Four candidates for U.S. Senate, including the two Republicans facing nominee Linda McMahon in the August 10 primary – economist Peter Schiff and former U.S. Rep. Rob Simmons – are about to face-off

The things you have to go through to profile Vince McMahon

Our newspapers in Sunday’s editions and today on our websites published a lengthy piece I wrote on Vince McMahon, who, with his wife, Republican U.S. Senate candidate Linda, built the World Wrestling

Linda McMahon finally gets her Cafero, but not her McKinney

State House Minority Leader Lawrence Cafero, R-Norwalk, was one of the first GOP heavyweights to endorse former U.S. Rep. Rob Simmons’ bid for U.S. Senate. Simmons, who lives in Stonington, lost the

Hot N’ Cold Rob Simmons makes Katy Perry song primary theme

U.S. Rep. Rob Simmons, who has been in, then out, then in, then out, then in, then out, then in the current GOP primary for U.S. Senate, just announced, on top of today’s news that he will participate

Simmons’ campaign chair: “If we win we’re running against Blumenthal.”

According to Rob Simmons’ campaign chairman/friend, Eric Janney, the candidate is not technically waging a true primary campaign, but he is as in it to win it as a guy with few resources but lots of

Looking more and more like Simmons is actively campaigning

Just got an e-mail a little while ago from Peter Schiff, the Weston economist who petitioned his way onto the August 10 Republican primary ballot. In it Schiff continues to criticize GOP nominee Linda