Voters want death penalty as an option

A new Quinnipiac University poll out this morning shows that voters disapprove of the legislature’s vote earlier this month to repeal the death penalty and disapprove by a bigger margin of Gov. Dannel
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Gingrich, Santorum campaign officials in CT open to Romney

They don’t have kind things to say about Mitt Romney, but they’ll take him over President Barack Obama. Following ex-Massachusetts Governor Romney’s anticipated victories in today’s primaries,
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4 in 5 Greenwich GOPers go for Mitt

In what amounted to a spring training game for Mitt Romney, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee captured 81 percent of the vote in Greenwich during today’s primary. Texas Congressman Ron Paul
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Newt: Romney’s speech ‘insulting’

There were plenty of people in and around politics calling Mitt Romney the presumptive GOP nominee for president, even before sweeping five northeastern primaries tonight. Newt Gingrich, who came in a
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Romney’s win by the numbers

. In a result no more surprising than the sun coming up, Mitt Romney rolled to victory tonight in Connecticut’s GOP presidential primary. Below is a voting breakdown from the Associated Press. The
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Low morning turnout in Bridgeport

I just voted in the Connecticut Republican primary. As of 9:45 a.m., I was only the second person at my polling place to cast a ballot. I live in Bridgeport, in District 130-3. District 130-3, which
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Primary day in Connecticut

Mitt Romney may have all but locked up the GOP nomination for president, but the former Massachusetts governor is still looking to impress today when voters in five states — including Connecticut —
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MSNBC highlights Tong’s candidacy

State Rep. William Tong’s, D-Stamford campaign for his party’s U.S. Senate nomination is promoting the candidate’s recent appearance on MSNBC. It’s always interesting to see the national media focus
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