State Republicans challenge SOTS on order of candidates on the November ballot

The Connecticut Republican Party is challenging the action of Democratic Secretary of the State Denise Merrill, filing a complaint in state Superior Court over the way that candidates’ names will be

The Silly Season

And the good people of Connecticut thought its current crop of Senate candidates had a disdain for each other. A mere four days before Democrats and Republicans whittle down the field of competitors

Joe sees crop of capable candidates

U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman says he will continue to sit on the sidelines as Tuesday’s primaries to determine which candidates will compete to fill his seat approach. Lieberman hosted a conference

Whitnum files petitions for Senate

She’s baaaaack. Lee Whitnum, the bombastic Greenwich Democrat and perennial public office hopeful, filed the requisite petitions to run for Senate earlier today, according to Av Harris, a spokesman

Nantucket Reds

They live in Greenwich. And summer in Nantucket, where the seasons are used interchangeably as verbs and nouns. And now they’re helping Mitt Romney, who has been savaged by the political left for

$500 per ticket + drinks

Guests waited outside the Stamford Marriott to enter a fundraiser for President Obama Monday. STAMFORD — Turns out $500 does not buy an open bar. Democratic City Committee Chairman John Mallozzi told

Sen. Prague returns to Bridgeport to campaign for Gomes

Retiring state Sen. Edith Prague, D-Columbia, made a second trip to Bridgeport today to campaign for Sen. Ed Gomes. Gomes lost the party’s endorsement to predecessor Ernie Newton and is now locked in

Newton: Who needs labor, Mayor Finch? God’s on my side.

Caught up today with Ernest Newton, veteran state legislator-turned-felon-turned-endorsed Democratic candidate for his former state Senate seat. Newton is being challenged in next Tuesday’s primary by