Nicholas Gauthier, a two-term Waterford Representative Town Meeting member, announced Thursday that he accepted the endorsement of Waterford and Montville Democrats and received unanimous support of...
Democrats in the 47th state House District endorsed Lisbon Board of Education member Dave Nowakowski on Wednesday.
Democrats in the newly reconfigured 45th state House District endorsed a placeholder candidate Wednesday to allow time to find a candidate.
The district includes the towns of East Lyme, Salem and, after redistricting, a portion of Montville.
Bumgardner received the Democratic endorsement Wednesday for the 41st House seat with unanimous support.
State Rep. Christine Conley, D-Groton, who is running for her fourth term representing the 40th House district, received her party's endorsement.
State Rep. Kevin Ryan, D-Montville was endorsed unanimously Wednesday in a bid for his 16th term in the newly reconfigured 139th state House district.
Stonington Board of Education Chairman Farouk Rajab accepted the Democratic nomination for the 18th Senate District on Tuesday.
Democrats back eight-term congressman during nominating convention in Norwich on Monday. He'll face Republican state Rep. Mike France in November.
In a ballroom at Foxwoods Resort Casino on Friday night, delegates to the state convention endorsed Stefanowski and his running mate, Rep. Laura Devlin, 61, of Fairfield.
Fellow Sen. Chris Murphy nominated his senior colleague, casting Blumenthal as someone who would fight for the party’s platform and ideals.
Five-term state Rep. Emmett Riley will not seek reelection, and Alderman Derell Wilson announced Friday that he will run for the 46th District state House seat.
The town has set Tuesday, May 31 as the date for its referendum on an Eversource contract to heat two municipal buildings with natural gas.
The bill is meant to open up the possibility of political office to people from all income levels.
Voters approved the proposed 2022-23 budget of $76.7 million, and its 0.19-mill tax rate decrease, by a vote of 523-381 at Tuesday's referendum.
Approximately 35 residents gathered with town officials at a special meeting Wednesday to vote on the $3.79 million spending plan recommended by the American Rescue Plan Subcommittee last month.
Incumbent draws substantial support from employees of General Dynamics and its Electric Boat division.
The town will have its first referendum in nearly 20 years. Here's how it will work.
Voters will decide whether or not to approve the proposed 2022-23 budget of $76.7 million, and its 0.19-mill tax rate decrease, at an April 26 referendum.
The City of Groton Republican Committee is looking to fill vacant positions on city boards and commissions with Republicans who live in the city.
Republican Robert Bell, vying for the 46th District state House of Representatives seat, will hold a fundraiser and meet-and-greet with voters Saturday evening.
The Old Lyme Republican is aiming to return to the State Capitol for a fifth term in this November’s election.
The president of Command Technology and Groton resident, who is seeking the 41st District state House seat, says he received over $6,000 in donations from more than 167 Groton, Mystic and Stonington...
The town had to develop the plan after the state realigned its state House and Senate districts.
Absentee ballots for the April 26 budget referendum are now available in the Town Clerk's office.
The debates will be for Congress, for the secretary of the state and for the governor races.
Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont hit by super PAC ads on TV and Republican Bob Stefanowski in ads on Facebook.
Republican state Sen.Heather Somers of Groton announced Tuesday she will be seeking her fourth term representing the 18th District in November.
The redistricting will take effect in August if there are any primaries. If there are no primaries, it will take effect for the November election.
He announced Tuesday in a news release that he is running for the 38th District state House seat to represent Waterford and Montville.
The bill passed despite protestations from Republicans.
The governor was joined in Tuesday’s meeting with The Day’s editorial board by Connecticut Port Authority board Chairman David Kooris.