The polling place committee recommends moving all town elections and referendums to Preston Plains Middle School, which is handicapped accessible.
Former Texas congressman Beto O'Rourke is seeking the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, hoping to turn buzz from a surprisingly close November loss in his state's Senate race into a White...
House Joint Resolution No. 161 proposes an amendment to the state constitution to allow people to vote at least three days prior to an election, as well as no-excuse absentee voting.
The State Elections Enforcement Commission is investigating an issue where about 77 Election Day registration ballots in the November 2018 election in Groton were rejected, state officials said.
State representatives and Secretary of the State Denise Merrill will hold an early voting public forum on Tuesday, March 12, in Groton.
City Council is prepared to vote as early as Monday on Nolan's replacement.
The state recently ruled that the Montville Republican Town Committee received an excessive and unreported contribution through the free use of office space as campaign headquarters in 2017.
Three Democrats and two Republicans have won seats in the Connecticut legislature following a series of special elections
In an interview with The Day's Editorial Board, Lamont cast himself as a deal-maker seeking transformative change and compromises on tolling, casino expansion, sports betting and New London's role in...
The failed gubernatorial candidate has surfaced recently in television and radio interviews, complaining about the governor who beat him in 2018.
The Democratic Town Committee is recruiting candidates to run for City Council, Board of Education and treasurer in the upcoming 2019 municipal elections.
The endorsed Democrat in the race didn't make a very strong case for himself in this week's debate.
Candidates vying for the 39th District House seat weathered criticisms, pitched new ideas and took their cases to the public on Wednesday during a debate that focused on current hot topics, including...
The first of two debates for candidates seeking the vacant 39th House District seat will kick off at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday in the auditorium of the New London Science & Technical High School.
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders says he's running for president in 2020: 'Our campaign is about transforming our country'
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.