State Sen. Dan Debicella Upbeat About Bringing Home Victory in Fourth Congressional District Battle With U.S. Rep. Jim Himes
State Sen. Dan Debicella, R-Shelton, feels optimistic that he can turn U.S. Rep. Jim Himes into a one-term congressman. During a pre-noon phone interview, the second-term Debicella, who in a half dozen debates went toe-to-toe with Himes on the issues facing the nation, said he visited Norwalk, Fairfield and Shelton polls this morning. This afternoon Read More
Volunteer Connie Taylor holds down the fort at the New Canaan Democratic headquarters Tuesday morning. Others were all out rounding up voters.
There’s ringing in my ears but I can see a light at the end of the tunnel. It started Sunday with Halloween. The ringing was the doorbell. ”Trick-or-treat” said the little witch who threw toilet-paper streamers through the trees in our neighborhood the night before. I gave her some candy and she went on her Read More
One of our reporters just voted at Black Rock School in Bridgeport and said it’s very busy there with a long line of voters all the way out the door. She said one woman in line told her she got seven calls from candidates’ campaigns last night.
Who’s better qualified to lead a post-mortem of this election season than failed GOP gubernatorial hopeful R. Nelson Griebel? Known far and wide as “Oz,” Griebel is the president and CEO of the MetroHartford Alliance. He will lead a panel including Colin McEnroe, of the Hartford Courant & WNPR radio; Duby McDowell, a former TV reporter and Read More
Commuters coming to work at Unilever and other office complexes along Merritt Boulevard in Trumbull this morning saw rows of campaign signs. There are more signs touting the candidacy of Republican Dan Debicella for the 4th District Congressional seat than for incumbent Jim Himes along this stretch of busy road, alongside Route 8.
No problems reported so far in any of Milford’s polling places. Schools are out but enterprising students are selling baked good to voters.
Tired of the shouting and/or breathless TV coverage of the election season? Then consider clicking on the website of the Denver-based National Conference of State Legislatures tonight. The non-partisan organization will have in-depth analysis of races across the country. Here’s the link: http://www.ncsl.org/tabid/21253/default.aspx