Rep. Bumgardner takes a more realistic view of the serious fiscal challenges confronting Connecticut.
Challenger would make hard fiscal decisions. The incumbent has made a couple of questionable ones.
Proposal would not only provide for needed housing but would involve a zone change that could encourage revitalization.
After two decades, a plan that made much sense falls victim to regulatory hurdles and high cost.
McCarty will join other Republicans in demanding structural change in state budgeting and working toward fiscal sustainability.
Bonnie Hong seems particularly well suited to represent Norwich’s 46th District in the state House of Representatives.
As long as Connecticut has its figurative hand out to accept visitors’ dollars, those visitors deserve better. Refurbished depot cafe shows how.
Soto characterizes himself as a problem solver who is willing to explore new approaches to solving problems, work across party lines, and assist urban youth in entering the workforce.
Voters in the district serving East Lyme and Salem will choose between two strong candidates.
Sen. Art Linares lines up with Republicans who could well have greater influence in the Senate in 2017 and who will push back on business as usual.
Formica is a fiscal conservative, but one who recognizes the need to maintain a social safety net. He is pragmatic in his approach to policy, collaborative in pursuit of policy goals.
Somers is bringing an enthusiasm and clarity of vision to the race that we don’t see matched by her opponent.