The Registrars of Voters will hold a session on Tuesday, Oct. 1, from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Town Hall to complete the preliminary registry list for the Nov. 5 election.
Moran easily defeated endorsed candidate Gauthier, 99-47, in Tuesday's primary.
Candidates running for office in the upcoming municipal election would like to think that a connection with voters and hard work on the campaign trail are the keys to success in November.
The daughter of famous peace activists, Berrigan is an unlikely but engaging candidate for mayor of New London
Some city Democrats claim Republican mayoral candidate Martin Olsen supports “further deportations of New London residents.” Olsen says Democrats are being disingenuous.
Green Party Chairwoman Ronna Stuller is running for a spot on the City Council and Sharmaine Gregor for school board.
The Democratic Town Committee selected a new candidate to run against Republican First Selectman Mark Nickerson in this year’s election after the party’s endorsed candidate dropped out...
The Day has begun planning for candidate debates in advance of the Nov. 5 municipal elections. We anticipate sponsoring debates in chief executive races — mayors and first selectmen.
The ballot order lotteries will be open to residents.
Republicans Edward Gauthier and Gregory S. Moran Sr. will vy for the party nomination on the November ballot in a Sept. 10 primary.
After six terms and 24 years on Mohegan Tribal Council, Mark Brown's tenure ended in election defeat.
Mayor Michael Passero this week said he planned to provide a full accounting of the work at Greens Harbor Beach to the City Council — after the project is completed.
The New London Democratic Town Committee has replaced one of its Board of Education candidates due to a conflict with her job.
Emma Burnside submitted a letter to Town Clerk Cindy Ladwig, saying she was withdrawing her name from the list of Republican candidates for the board.
The Democratic candidate endorsed to run against First Selectman Mark Nickerson in this year’s election announced she has dropped out of the race due to health reasons.
State senator launches political action committee dedicated to raising money for Republican candidates for the General Assembly and GOP town committees.
Mark Brown, the longest-serving member of the council, is among three incumbents seeking new four-year terms.
The Sept. 10 primary between endorsed candidate Edward Gauthier and challenger Gregory S. Moran Sr. is underway, despite a pending elections complaint.
Republican Mayoral Candidate Marty Olsen says Mayor Michael Passero has exceeded his authority when he spent an extra $1.8 million on the ongoing improvement project at Greens Harbor Beach.
Republican Gregory S. Moran Sr. filed a petition seeking a Republican primary for the first selectman seat but faces a complaint that the petition is invalid.
Tim Griswold, former longtime Republican first selectman, announced he will once again vie for the town’s top office this week, setting up a rematch with Bonnie Reemsnyder.
Democratic RTM member and former New London Mayor Beth Sabilia is teaming up with RTM member Joshua Steele Kelly to face off against Republican Selectman Rob Brule and Board of Education member Jody...
Griswold is collecting signatures to return to office in light of "recent news items" involving sitting First Selectwoman Bonnie Reemsnyder.
Following recent party endorsements, a rematch is officially set for the mayor's seat with Democratic incumbent Ron McDaniel facing another challenge from Republican Town Council Chairman Tom McNally.
The Groton Republican Town Committee and Democratic Town Committees endorsed last week their slates of candidates for the upcoming November municipal election.
The Groton Independent Party has announced it will hold a caucus of its members at 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 5
Ahead of the town clerk filing deadline Wednesday, the Republican and Democratic town committees have finalized their endorsements for mayor, Town Council and the Board of Education.
First Selectwoman Bonnie Reemsnyder said Friday that recent turmoil at the Connecticut Port Authority, including her resignation this week as its board chair, has not swayed her intention to run for...
The City’s Democratic and Republican town committees nominated candidates for the upcoming election on Tuesday – a blend of familiar faces and newcomers to the political arena.
Republican and Democratic Town Committees on Monday night endorsed their slate of candidates for positions across several boards and commissions in this year's upcoming election.
Preston Democrats endorsed Sandra Allyn-Gauthier as the party's first selectman candidate Tuesday.
Two-time Libertarian mayoral candidate William Russell and petitioning candidate Rebecca Melucci will be on the Norwich Nov. 5 election ballot for City Council.
Four days after announcing he will not seek re-election as first selectman, Rob Simmons and his wife, Heidi, and Emma Burnside were endorsed Monday by Republicans to run for the Board of Education.
Preston Republicans on Monday endorsed candidates for first selectman and town clerk/tax collector not named Robert Congdon and Hattie Wucik for the first time in two decades.
The Greens have announced support for community organizer and author Frida Berrigan in her run for mayor and have started a petition drive to secure her a spot on the ballot.
If re-elected, Mayor Fred Allyn III said he wants to continue focusing on economic development as well as town efficiency.
Republican Selectman John Prue and unaffiliated Board of Finance member Danielle Chesebrough, who was nominated by the Democrats, will run for the seat.
The Republican Town Committee Wednesday nominated a slate of five candidates to run for City Council in fall, five for Board of Education and one for treasurer.
The Democratic Town Committee Tuesday endorsed a slate of six candidates to run for City Council this fall, another six candidates for the Board of Education.
First Selectwoman Bonnie Reemsnyder and Selectwoman Mary Jo Nosal both announced their plans for re-election as town executive and right-hand woman last Wednesday.