Monthly Archive for October, 2010

: October, 2010

Doors open in Norwalk for former President Clinton’s appearance.

The astro-turf at the South Norwalk Fieldhouse is beginning to fill up with spectators who’ve come to see former President Bill Clinton speak.

Republican Tom Foley Continues to Set Spending Records. He Has Now Invested $10.9 million From His Personal Wealth

The newest supplemental filing with the State Elections Enforcement Commission is in from Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley. Last Tuesday, he wrote a another million-dollar check, listed as

Rallies precede final gubernatorial debate

There are about four dozen supporters braving the blustery autumn wind outside Stamford High School ahead of the final gubernatorial debate. Around 6 p.m. there seemed to be about three dozen

New Quinnipiac University Poll Blumenthal Keeps Double-Digit Lead Over McMahon, Malloy Lead Over Foley Shrinks

  This is from the Quinnipiac University Poll released Tuesday morning. “Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal, the Democratic candidate in the U.S. Senate race, leads Republican former

“Church and State’s” Connecticut connection

“Where in the Constitution is the separation of church and state?” asked Delaware’s Christine O’Donnell, the controversial GOP candidate for Senate, during an event at a law school last night. Well,

Employees stump for WWE

Campaign ads supporting Richard Blumenthal have accused World Wrestling Entertainment of “putting profits before people.” The media, too, has criticized the company of producing violent and

Keep your friends close and your enemies closer

    Vince McMahon must be reading from Sun Tzu’s “The Art of War.” Why else would the swashbuckling World Wrestling Entertainment boss and husband of U.S. Senate candidate Linda McMahon invite

New Malloy Ad Assails Foley’s Health Care Platform

This ad by Democrat Dannel Malloy will start airing tonight, targeting Republican Tom Foley’s health care proposals.

Dems claim even Boenher votes with Pelosi

Above: Rep. John Boehner (R-Ohio) hands the gavel to Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi as she becomes the first woman Speaker of the House in 2006. House Democrats in U.S. Congress are aiming a counterattack

Blumenthal opens up double digit lead in Q-Poll

It is hardly the size of the 41 point lead he enjoyed when he entered the race for U.S. Senate in January, but long-time Democratic state Attorney General Richard Blumenthal reclaims a double-digit