Bysiewicz’s 1st primary ad focused on women, legislative past

Ex-Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz’s campaign just provided the media with a preview of an advertisement the campaign will begin airing Saturday morning. Bysiewicz is competing with fellow

McMahon: Shays a shill for Obamacare before Obamacare

Linda McMahon’s campaign is accusing GOP Senate rival Christopher Shays of having selective amnesia. In 2008, which was his final year in the House, Shays co-sponsored the American Health Benefits

Shays: McMahon enabled Obamacare-loving Dems, Pelosi

Christopher Shays, a member of the House from 1987 to 2008, says some of the blame for “Obamacare” rests with his GOP Senate primary opponent, Linda McMahon. Reacting to today’s Supreme Court ruling,

Blumenthal: ruling validates CT’s decision not to sue feds

Richard Blumenthal, who made the transition from activist attorney general of Connecticut to U.S. senator, has a message for all his former red state counterparts: I told you so. The first-term

Tempered praise from Lieberman on ruling

Joe Lieberman, who is hardly a BFF of President Obama, had a somewhat favorable reaction to today’s Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act. I say somewhat, because a statement issued by

Bernier: Obama is a “liar”

Some strong comments out of the campaign of 5th District GOP Congressional hopeful Justin Bernier on today’s Supreme Court ruling. “While I haven’t had the opportunity to read the entire Supreme Court

Stung by SCOTUS ruling, GOP rails on tax implications

Will today’s landmark Supreme Court ruling galvanize Republican foes of “Obamacare” in Connecticut and around the country? Republicans on the ballot are already recrafting their message in the wake of

Analysis: For Obama, a major policy victory will revive political war over health

The Supreme Court has thrust health-care reform into the center of the 2012 campaign debate, and Republicans are vowing to turn a legal defeat into an electoral victory. The 5-4 decision, with