Former U.S. Congressman and decorated veteran Rob Simmons held a memorial at the Stonington Cemetery Saturday for the English Navy member, Midshipman Thomas Barratt Powers, 18, who was killed in late July of 1814 by an American privateer.
Fairfield, CT, August 20th, 2014 – Peter Lumaj, the Republican nominee for Connecticut Secretary of the State, announced this morning that his campaign was unanimously endorsed last night by the Independent Party of Connecticut at their open statewide nominating caucus. “I am very excited to announce that we have […]
Trumbull, CT- Tim Herbst, Republican candidate for State Treasurer, tonight received the cross-endorsement of the Connecticut Independent Party. “I am thrilled to have earned the endorsement of Connecticut’s Independent Party for the office of State Treasurer,” said Herbst. “This state is in real trouble and the voters I talk […]
Dan Malloy is desperate.
Trumbull, CT- Yesterday, a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request was sent to the Office of the State Treasurer with regards to their most recent CHET digital advertising campaign. “We are trying to figure out who Denise Nappier and the State Treasurer’s office are targeting with their CHET digital […]
Esty’s Opposition Research Book Digs Deep — Reveals Greenberg is Jewish Statement by Mark Greenberg: “If ever we needed an example of why Washington has been broken by polarizing politics and personal attacks, Elizabeth Esty’s 99-page “personal attack playbook” about me, my family and my religion is the poster […]
The facts are clear. Governors have the right to exercise veto authority, and my friend Rick Perry exercised his constitutional authority and stood up for responsible government when he vetoed funding for a Texas agency run by someone who plead guilty to DWI and served 45 days in jail.
Southington, CT – Today, Tom Foley, Republican nominee for Governor in Connecticut, made the following statement on the minimum wage. Background: According to published reports, Governor Malloy falsely claimed during a White House conference call that Tom Foley would “roll back” Connecticut’s minimum wage. “I have been on the […]
WATERTOWN, Conn. — This week, a suspicious outside group placed a billboard on Route 8 in Waterbury attacking my candidacy for Connecticut’s 5th District. This introduction of dark money into the race is an unwelcome and unfortunate development, and I call on my opponent to denounce this billboard and to […]
At this late hour, it appears Republican challenger and former Groton Mayor Heather Somers has won the Republican primary tonight by around six hundred votes