Monthly Archive for February, 2011

: February, 2011

Malloy and Christie go to Washington

Days after New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie took verbal shots at Gov. Dannel Malloy, there’s a good chance the two will meet face to face this weekend at the National Governors’ Association conference.

Politics coverage today

Here’s a rundown of today’s politics coverage. It’s highly recommended reading given that it touches on everything from Gov. Malloy’s war of words with Chris Christie to Dick Blumenthal’s appearance

Malloy vs. Christie: Whose side are you on?

With Gov. Malloy and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie trading barbs this morning on national TV over taxes and government spending, we want to know what you think: Who do you think has a better approach

Tom Foley’s endless campaign

Greenwich businessman  Tom Foley’s gubernatorial campaign may have come to an end after losing by a narrow 5,000 votes in November, but that’s not stopping him from continuing to campaign for his

Gov. Malloy votes in special election

Even governor’s vote in special elections — according to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s Twitter feed. Malloy even uploaded a photo of him marking his ballot. You can’t really see his face in that one, but

Slow start at the polls in Bridgeport

Voters from Bridgeport’s 126th State House District have been slow to get to the polls this morning and election officials are not expecting things to pick up much. Six candidates are running to

Polls open in special elections

Polls are open this morning for special elections throughout Connecticut, including two in Fairfield County. Voters in parts of Stamford and Darien will elect a new state senator today to replace

Will Judiciary Co-chairs Agree Over Decriminalizing Marijuana?

As anticipated new Democratic Governor Dannel Malloy as part of today’s budget address proposed decriminalizing marijuana possession in amounts of an ounce or less. It will be interesting to see what

Kolenberg responds to budget

Republican state Senate candidate Bob Kolenberg responded to Malloy’s budget address by saying he was “surprised” to hear Malloy is increasing state spending. Kolenberg is running against Democrat

Linda McMahon has front row seat for Malloy’s budget address

Former Republican U.S. Senate candidate Linda McMahon, ex-CEO of Stamford-based World Wrestling Entertainment, is at the capitol this afternoon for new Democratic Governor Dannel Malloy’s budget