Federal officials say they've reached an agreement with Connecticut on the state's process for identifying registered voters who have died, in an effort to prevent voter fraud
With no challenge from city Republicans in the May elections for mayor and City Council, the endorsed slate of Democratic candidates said they will go on a "listening tour" to hear what voters want...
Mirna Martinez, a school board member and a New London Green Party candidate for the vacant 39th House District seat in New London, qualified for $14,075 in funding. She is the third of four...
Sen. Paul Formica and Rep. Devin Carney will discuss key issues being debated in the 2019 legislative session and answer taxpayers' questions during office hours on Monday, Feb. 11.
Third parties have made cross-endorsements of Republicans and Democrats, but Martinez would blaze a new trail if elected representative for the 39th District.
Two of the four candidates seeking to fill the vacant 39th House District seat in New London have qualified for a $21,112.50 campaign grant through the State Election Enforcement Commission’s...
Connecticut lawmakers are pushing to amend state's constitution and allow early voting
Candidates seeking to fill the vacant 39th state House District seat will have two opportunities to debate in advance of a Feb. 26 special election.
Lawmakers say they will introduce legislation this year requiring half of the state's light-duty fleet, and 30 percent of public transit vehicles, to be electric by 2030.
He is running against Anthony Nolan, Mirna Martinez and Kat Goulart for the 39th District state House seat in New London.
Kamala Harris opens Democratic presidential bid
Members of the New London Green Party on Sunday voted to endorse Mirna Martinez as it's candidate for the vacant 39th District House seat.
Connecticut officials have announced a proposed amendment to the state constitution that would allow early voting in elections
City Republicans on Tuesday chose Kat Goulart to represent the party as a candidate for the 39th District House seat.
The Republican and Democratic town committees plan meetings this week to determine candidates in the Feb. 26 special election to fill the vacant 39th House District seat.
The Democratic Town Committee has recommended that Mystic Middle School teacher Jocelyn Kepple fill the vacancy on the Board of Selectmen, created by the resignation of State Rep. Kate Rotella,...
Kicking off the 2019 legislative session Wednesday morning, state Senate President Pro Tempore Martin Looney proffered a long list of goals, including passing a paid family leave act and raising the...
City Councilor and police Officer Anthony Nolan on Wednesday announced his candidacy for the 39th House District seat vacated by former state Rep. Chris Soto.
School board member Mirna Martinez has emerged as the Green Party’s likely candidate in the race to fill a soon-to-be vacated 39th District House seat.
State leaders and the incoming Lamont administration remain focused on cutting greenhouse gas emissions and ramping up renewable energy production.
Third casino, sports betting on the agenda yet again.
Election preparations are underway in anticipation of the resignation next week of state Rep. Chris Soto, D-New London.
Town Council Chairman Tom McNally on Thursday threw his hat in the ring to seek the mayor's office.
Panels with new leadership include Education, Energy and Technology, Housing, Judiciary, Planning and Development, and Transportation.
About 25 people attended the last public forum representatives Christine Conley and Joe de la Cruz held before the start of the 2019 legislative session.
Women changing makeup of military, and perhaps its politics
Elected in November, Rodney Butler, Richard E. Sebastian and Daniel Menihan take oaths of office in ceremony at museum.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren is taking the first major step toward running for president
Regulators on Friday announced selections in the zero-carbon electricity auction, picking proposals from two nuclear facilities, including Millstone Power Station, nine solar projects and an...
Leaders of the city’s Democratic Party left little doubt Wednesday that they want police Officer and City Councilor Anthony Nolan as their representative in Hartford.
Democratic Selectwoman Kate Rotella announced this weekend that she will resign her position as of Jan. 1.
Groton business owner paid for employees' contributions with business credit card in violation of state campaign finance laws
Nick DeLucia, a former candidate for the 139th House District and a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, died Monday afternoon, Republican Town Committee Chairwoman Linda Becker confirmed Tuesday.
Judge asks adversaries to avoid each other for the next month, when Democratic Registrar Cheryl Roberts' term will end.
That was the announcement this week as the results were announced of the feel-good effort to unofficially elect Charlie Holland as the honorary mayor of Stonington borough.
Connecticut Gov.-elect Ned Lamont names his top advisers; chief of staff and state budget director
The fate of one Connecticut legislative seat remains in limbo as judge agrees to block a winner from being declared
Democratic Registrar Cheryl Roberts has filed an application for a court protective order against former Republican Registrar Norman Gauthier.
Commission on Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth has updated the report it delivered in March.
Environmental groups and energy businesses have appealed a court decision which found that the state did not violate the rights of ratepayers when it swept $145 million in funds earmarked for clean...
“People are starting to see the importance of being locally engaged,” state Rep. Chris Soto, D-New London, said.
The Groton registrars will hold a voter registration session from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 27, at the Groton Human Services Building.
There did not appear to be one reason that was most popular for why people voted no, or why they voted yes.
Democrat Stacey Abrams has ended her challenge to Republican Brian Kemp in the Georgia governor's race
Bitter US Senate battle in Florida headed to legally required hand recount, while contest for Florida governor appears to be over
The Secretary of the State's Office has ordered a recanvass of votes for the 33rd state Senate District.
The city deserves a share of the revenue paid to the state for the use of pier facilities in New London Harbor.
Maine's top election official won't stop tabulations despite a lawsuit by Republican U.S. Rep. Bruce Poliquin and three others over the state's new voting system
A week later, Democrats' historic midterm success sinking in
The subcommittee makes key decisions about military spending, and that would put Courtney in a better position to advocate for increased submarine spending and production.
Connecticut's governor-elect is announcing his transition team, meets with outgoing governor
Connecticut Democrats nabbed 24 of the 36 seats, per unofficial numbers from the Connecticut Secretary of State's office.
In a live call to a supportive morning radio team, Republican Bob Stefanowski publicly conceded the Connecticut governor’s race to Democrat Ned Lamont.
Judges in the regional probate courts in East Lyme, Groton, New London, Norwich and Old Saybrook were re-elected Tuesday to four-year terms.
Republican incumbent Doug Dubitsky will return to Hartford to represent the 47th House District for a third term, defeating repeat Democratic challenger Kate Donnelly 5,836 to 4,343.
"Tonight was a big night for Democrats in the state Senate," said Senate President Pro Tem Martin M. Looney, D-New Haven.
At a Glance: Connecticut underticket results
President Donald Trump will address the midterm election results at a late-morning White House news conference
"A new day in America": Voters give House Democrats a check on Trump
Democratic incumbent Joe de la Cruz easily won a second term by defeating Republican Kenneth Richards to keep his 41st House seat.
Chris Soto’s return to Hartford was a foregone conclusion since he did not have a challenger in the 39th House District representing New London.
Residents voted by a healthy margin Tuesday to approve revisions to the town charter presented over the summer.
Republican State Sen. Paul Formica fended off a strong showing by Democratic challenger Martha Marx on Tuesday to secure a third term representing the 20th Senate District.
Norwich voters approve bond to replace decades-old police radio system.
Democrat Kevin Ryan was elected for a 14th term Tuesday as the 139th District's state representative, defeating Republican challenger Nick DeLucia.
Connecticut's governor race was up for grabs as the Republican candidate sought a court injunction over some votes
The changes would have instituted a budget referendum, eliminated the RTM, added a finance board and extended town council terms.
Democratic Gov. Gina Raimondo re-elected to a second term in Rhode Island, defeating Republican Allan Fung.
Republican state Rep. Holly Cheeseman of East Lyme, defeated Democratic challenger Hugh McKenney of Salem by a vote of 5,760 to 5,446.
Incumbent Democrat Emmett Riley secured a fourth term Tuesday in the 46th House District, easily defeating Republican challenger Andrew Lockwood.
Unofficial results show incumbent state Sen. Heather Somers defeated Democratic challenger Bob Statchen by 3,000 votes.
Republican incumbent Kathleen McCarty held back a determined challenge Tuesday from Democrat Baird Welch-Collins to take the 38th House District seat for the third straight election.
Rep. Devin Carney, R-Old Lyme, was re-elected Tuesday to his third term representing the 23rd House District, holding back a challenge from Democrat Matt Pugliese.
Republican incumbent Mike France held off a challenge from political newcomer Liz Schwebel.
Montville voters backed a 10-year road repair project requiring bonds totaling $10 million.
Incumbent Democratic Rep. Christine Conley defeated Republican John Scott Tuesday night in the race for the 40th District House seat.
State Sen. Cathy Osten, D-Sprague, is returning to Hartford for a fourth term after she defeated Republican challenger Mark Lounsbury.
In an election that could draw the highest percentage of voters for a midterm since 1970, area registrars and polling place moderators were reporting heavy turnouts.
The town of Sterling had one of the most lopsided pro-Trump votes in the state in 2016.
Voters across America are casting the final ballots of the first nationwide election of Donald Trump's presidency