Monthly Archive for June, 2010

: June, 2010

Converting Steele to Political Gold: RNC chairman comes calling

Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele will pay a visit to Connecticut on Thursday, Hearst Connecticut Newspapers has learned. The former lieutenant governor of Maryland, who became the

Number of uncontested Assembly races down

The number of uncontested General Assembly races in 2010 is 10 percent lower than in 2008, according to a news release from Secretary of State Susan Bysiewicz. Only 54 of 187 races for State Senate or

Film Crew Noticed Outside Malloy’s Stamford Home and It’s Not His

Roy Occhiogrosso, senior adviser to Dan Malloy’s gubernatorial campaign, reacted today to Kevin Rennie’s blog report about a film crew that set up this week in front of Malloy’s Stamford

Greenwich Republican leaders endorse Garber for AG

The race for the Republican nomination for attorney general is heating up this week. First, Ross Garber, who is challenging GOP nominated candidate Martha Dean in a primary this August, challenged his

Schiff, Merkle, Torres get on primary ballots

By Ken Dixon Staff Writer HARTFORD — Peter Schiff, the Weston financial analyst, will be on the Aug. 10 primary ballot for the Republican U.S. Senate nomination, Secretary of the State Susan

Will the Schiff hit the fan?

Peter Schiff is still short the 8,268 signatures that are required by the state to force a Republican primary for U.S. Senate against Linda McMahon, who won the GOP endorsement outright at the party

Harris Out of SOTS Primary, Clears Way for Denise Merrill

   Sen. Jonathan A. Harri, D-West Hartford announced today that he will not run in the Democratic primary for Secretary of the State, leaving the way clear for House Majority Leader Denise Merrill,

Malloy becomes first gubernatorial candidate to earn publicly-financed grant

Former Stamford Mayor Dannel Malloy won the Democratic Party’s gubernatorial nomination two weeks ago, and today the state Elections Enforcement Commission announced he has made political history…