Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley set to get $1.35 million on Wednesday

Here is the agenda for Wednesday’s meeting of the State Elections Enforcement Commission meeting, which will approve grants for upcoming primaries. Foley, who spent more than $11 million of his personal fortune in a losing cause against Dan Malloy in 2010, is in line for $1.35 million in public financing for the run up to the August 12 GOP primary against Senate Minority Leader John McKinney of Fairfield. McKinney and running mate David Walker of Bridgeport should be getting their grant next week.

1. “Foley for CT,” Thomas Foley
2. “Meadows for State Rep.,” Michael Meadows
3. “Cecilia Buck-Taylor for State Representative 2014,” Cecilia Buck-Taylor
4. “Field 2014,” Richard Field
5. “Friends of Betty Boukus,” Elizabeth “Betty” Boukus
6. “Vote Musto 2014,” Anthony Musto
7. “Albis 2014,” James Albis
8. “Somers 2014,” Heather Somers
9. “Emily4ct,” Emily Bjornberg
10. “Friends of Kim Rose,” Kim Rose
11. “Friends of Matt Waggner,” Matthew Waggner
12. “Henri Martin for State Senate,” Henri Martin
13. “Taubes 2014,” Alexander Taubes
14. “The Committee to Re-Elect State Senator Eric D. Coleman,” Eric Coleman
15. “Re-Elect Dave Yaccarino,” David Yaccarino
16. “French for Senate 2014,” John French
17. “McCrory 2014,” Douglas McCrory
18. “Re-Elect Grogins 2014,” Auden Grogins
19. “Tim Larson for State Senate,” Timothy Larson
20. “Bradley for Bridgeport,” Dennis Bradley
21. “Dante for State Senate,” Dante Bartolomeo
22. “David A. Watts 2014,” David Watts
23. “Morris is For Us,” Bruce Morris
24. “Salvatore 2014,” Anthony “Tony” Salvatore
25. “Jepsen 2014,” George Jepsen

III. Adjournme