The event, on Sept. 22, will be open to the public.
Voters will be asked if they wish to overturn approval of a property tax assessment agreement for the developers of the former Campbell Grain site and if the town should prohibit the establishment of...
Opposition to the redevelopment of the Mystic Education Center, a desire for fresh perspectives and advocacy on issues, and an effective campaign were among the reasons cited that helped Town...
2020 State Senate Debate Schedule
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Town Councilor and party Chairman Conrad Heede lost his spot on the November ballot.
In a primary Tuesday, Democratic voters will elect...
Local citizens spoke up about the process of redrawing General Assembly and congressional districts.
Former City Council member and mayoral candidate Marty Olsen announced on Tuesday that he would join the Republican slate of candidates seeking a seat on the City Council.
The Texas Legislature has signed off on a sweeping GOP rewrite of election laws after months of protests by Democrats
State Rep. Hilda Santiago, D-Meriden, is considering joining a potentially crowded race for secretary of the state, assisted by Groton Town Councilor Aundré Bumgardner.
The Ledyard Registrars will conduct the public lottery on Thursday, Sept. 9, at Town Hall.
Former six-term council member returned to body that oversees tribal government, Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment.
The New London Green Party has announced three candidates for local office in teh upcoming election, a group that includes prominent city activist and now city council candidate Kris Wraight.
Dianne Slopak was the first-ever woman to be the city's Republican registrar.
Thousands of voting rights advocates are rallying across the country Saturday to call for sweeping protections against a further erosion of the Voting Rights Act of 1965
Former six-term council member is among 10 candidates for five seats.
The locations for the Democratic primary election, which will be held from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sept. 14, are the same as in the Nov. 2020 presidential election.
Town clerks are familiarizing themselves with a new way of running elections in light of the coronavirus pandemic.
Residents, unhappy with an Aug. 9 town meeting approval of a tax break for the developers of the former Campbell Grain site in downtown Pawcatuck, have forced the town to hold a referendum on the...
Anxiety in the United States over COVID-19 is at its highest level since winter
The Groton Registrars will hold a voter registration session 5 p.m.-7 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 31 at the Registrar's Office.
The Groton Democratic Town Committee has announced that Groton Police Union Local No. 3428 endorsed two Town Council candidates.
While they have policy differences, they all agree that political participation from young people is essential.
Voters at a referendum on Tuesday rejected a City Council decision to repeal a minimum police staffing ordinance.
Polls will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday to allow residents to vote on repeal of a controversial staffing ordinance for the police department.
Town Councilor Portia Bordeon obtained enough signatures to warrant a Democratic primary for Town Council
The money for the roof replacement approved by voters will come from $2.7 million in federal COVID-relief aid already sitting in the town bank account.
The Board of Finance features the only contested races among the two parties.
Secretary of the state since 2011, she will not run again.
The Ledyard state representative’s campaign categorically denied the complaint, which alleges France improperly received help from a conservative group.
Portia Bordelon, a Democratic Town Councilor, announced that she is pursuing a primary campaign for reelection to Town Council.
The council is back at full strength again, after the panel Wednesday night approved the nomination of Hilary Evans to fill a vacancy.
Martha H. Shoemaker said she is running with Jim Lampos, the Democratic selectman candidate, to bring "a breath of fresh air" to local government.
Democrats, who control the Town Council, announced a council slate that did not include incumbent Portia Bordelon, though she received endorsements for Board of Education and Representative Town...
Republicans are criticizing Democrats for choosing municipal candidates mostly by town committee rather than caucus.
The town has a lengthy list of Republicans and Democrats running in November, with a couple of young faces on the ballot.
Rose Ann Hardy, running as an unaffiliated selectman candidate, accepted the GOP endorsement at Monday night's Republican caucus.
Incumbents from both parties seek reelection.
The New London Democratic Party will be running four new Board of Education candidates and two new City Council candidates in the 2021 municipal elections.
Both the Democratic and Republican town committees have announced the slates they are endorsing for November, and the newcoming candidates are eager to make a difference.
Yamir Flores, owner of a pest control business, will replace Robert Dempsky as a Republican candidate for Norwich school board.