Shays “in,” McMahon “out” for GOP National Convention

Linda McMahon doesn’t do Busch Gardens. The favorite to win the Aug. 14 GOP Senate primary is sending her regrets to Mitt Romney’s campaign, which invited McMahon to be a delegate at the Republican
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Meek cedes GOP nomination in 4th CD to Obsitnik

  The Goldman Sachs reunion in the 4th Congressional District race is off. Stamford Republican Chris Meek, who finished a distant second to Steve Obsitnik for the GOP’s endorsement in the 4th CD but
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Suddenly Susan? McMahon camp calls Bysiewicz a hypocrite

Linda McMahon has her very own axis of evil — the two Chrises, as in Shays and Murphy, and now, Susan Bysiewicz. The Republican Senate primary favorite, McMahon is bristling at comments made today in
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Oakes endorses Murphy over a beer, Star Trek novel

As we reported May 15, regular guy Matt Oakes has formally abandoned his underdog race for U.S. Senate to instead back the Democratic Party’s endorsed candidate, U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy. Oakes had
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NAACP effort to block Bridgeport redistricting hasn’t moved frwrd

When state Senator-turned-felon-turned-state Senate candidate Ernest Newton won the Bridgeport Democratic Party’s endorsement this week, political observers around Connecticut began paying attention
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Ernie Newton: Guv needs my help to get re-elected

You know you want to read this story to find out why ex-state Senator-turned-felon-turned-state Senate candidate Ernest Newton of Bridgeport said, “The governor needs to get re-elected, and he’s going
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Newton using Guv’s comments to defend candidacy

Myself and a few other staffers at Hearst newspapers today met with ex-legislator-turned-felon-turned-state Senate candidate Ernest Newton II to talk further about his winning the endorsement of the
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In the line of fire: Lieberman to grill Secret Service brass

What a difference a few hanging chads makes? When he was the Democratic vice presidential nominee in 2000, they watched his back. My, how the tables will be turned for the Secret Service’s brass and
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