Monthly Archive for June, 2012

: June, 2012

As June ends can Donovan MoveOn from campaign scandal?

As I type this at 5 p.m. Friday, these final two weeks of June have generally been good for Chris Donovan, particularly compared to how the month began for the 5th District candidate. On May 30

Bysiewicz’s 1st TV ad focuses on women, legislative past

Ex-Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz’s campaign just provided the media with a preview of an advertisement the campaign will begin airing Saturday morning. Bysiewicz is competing with fellow

Aug. 10 hearing on Stamford chimp victim’s suit against state

Some significant developments this week in Charla Nash’s efforts to sue the state Department of Energy & Environmental Protection for $150 million. Nash is the ex-Stamford resident who in 2009 was

Bob will talk mattresses, not the politics of mattresses

When city, state and federal officials gathered in Bridgeport today to celebrate the grand opening of Park City Green, a nonprofit mattress recycler, client Bob Kaufman was on hand. You might not

Where State failed, Bridgeport to lead way in mattress recycling

State legislators during the recently concluded 2012 session failed to pass a law making Connecticut the first state in the nation requiring mattress producers recycle old mattresses. The bill –

Whitnum running as small “i” independent

For those of you who care about the political future of Israel-opposing, Chris Murphy-bashing, lawsuit-filing, ex-Democrat Lee Whitnum of Greenwich… This weekend we published my report about how

Bysiewicz campaign breaks silence, calls primary momentum “incredible”

Is there really a Democratic primary for U.S. Senate in August? I was beginning to wonder if perhaps ex-Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz had decided after losing ground in the June 6 Quinnipiac

Murphy on Donovan: Primary voters will decide

U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy today kicked off his Senate campaign’s jobs tour with visits to Manchester and Stamford. I caught up with Murphy at the latter stop – Total Image Beauty and Barber. Most of the

How Guv Malloy’s first 2 yrs. in office are like a day at Beardsley Zoo

According to staff at Beardsley Zoo in Bridgeport, when Gov. Dannel Malloy visited this afternoon in honor of the attraction’s 90th birthday, he was the first Connecticut chief executive to stop by

Roll-your-own bill a complex issue

Some Democrats are saying when the legislature meets in special session tomorrow members must pass legislation aimed at taxing the roll-your-own tobacco industry because of the related scandal