No Soup for You: Shays channels his inner “Seinfeld”

Who knew Manhattan’s Upper West Side, home to Zabar’s, Artie’s matzoh ball soup and the political left, would come up in the context of Connecticut’s Republican Senate primary race? The campaign of
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Can CT count on McMahon to be truly independent?

After losing his party’s nomination in 2006, Democratic U.S. Sen.¬†Joseph Lieberman formed his own third party and won the general election with the help of Republicans, unaffiliated/independent voters
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A Shaysian twist on triskaidekaphobia

You know what they say about saving announcements for the Friday afternoon news cycle. Factor in that it’s Friday the 13th…well, you get the picture. Former Congressman Christopher Shays released
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Malloy goes off on GOP in Virginia, catches CNN’s attention

Here’s the link to CNN’s coverage of our travelin’ governor.
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Lieber-Fever?

The Bull Moose and Whig parties have nothing on Connecticut for Lieberman. Despite the fact that the its enigmatic namesake is retiring from the Senate in less than six months, CFL still has 79
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We’re seeking questions for Murphy/Bysiewicz debate

Hearst Connecticut Media Group is co-sponsoring a debate between Democrats U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy and former Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz, who are competing in August’s primary to run for
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Sec. of State: # of uncontested Assembly races lowest since ’98

Folks involved in politics often complain the atmosphere is so poisoned by partisanship and a general disdain for elected officials that it is hard to recruit candidates. But according to Secretary of
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McMahon’s new flack

Linda McMahon wasted little time plugging the hole in her press shop. The Republican Senate contender has named Tim Murtaugh as the new communications director of her campaign. Murtaugh previously
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