Engineered by New London Board of Education member Danni Cruz, the group is meant as a place for 18-35-year-olds to organize politically.
A growing share of U.S. adults who aren’t already parents say they probably won’t have children, citing reasons such as apathy, financial instability or the lack of a partner.
Still, several town elections officials in southeastern Connecticut say they favor early voting over no-excuse absentee voting.
Days after the municipal election, the Town Council returned Monday night with a Republican majority.
The town did a recount of votes Monday after unofficial results on Nov. 2 for District 1 and District 3 Representative Town Meeting candidates were a close-call.
Democrat Mary Jo Nosal beat Republican Sloan Danenhower by 1,600 votes to 1,594. The Election Day count had the Democrat up by seven votes.
Former New London Mayor Darryl Finizio has said he is seeking the 20th District state Senate seat currently held by Paul Formica, who has yet to announce a reelection bid.
Norwich Democrats will retain their 4-3 council majority, with Republican Mayor Peter Nystrom presiding.
The governor, however, has little experience in raising funds for his party.
Tom Turner received 365 votes and Charles Raymond ended up with 363 votes.
The town will conduct a recount Monday of all of the ballots cast in the Nov. 2 election because of a 7-vote margin for a seat on the zoning board.
Three seats on seven-member council up for election Sunday.
Two votes separate the candidates vying for the fourth and final spot on the board.
Swaranjit Singh Khalsa, a Democratic Board of Education member who was the second highest vote-getter for the City Council in Tuesday's election, said he is slated to be the first Sikh elected...
Phil Murphy became the first Democrat in more than four decades to win a second term as New Jersey’s governor by the narrowest of margins, stunning Democrats already reeling from a loss in...
Mayor Michael Passero said Tuesday’s win was a vindication in ways for him and shows residents are satisfied with the direction he and the council have taken the city.
A recount will be held Monday to determine the makeup of the Norwich City Council.
The off-year elections for governor in Virginia and New Jersey tend to receive outsize attention
For Republican First Selectman-elect Kevin Seery, the key to his Election Day victory was never veering from the belief that this is a "really good town" — and that all residents are in it...
Groton Republicans were still assessing why they didn't win more seats, but named former President Donald Trump and running for election in a blue state as factors. Democrats felt their platform...
He beat challenger Camille Alberti, current Finance Board chairwoman, by 574 votes in the race for first selectman.
Republicans wrested control of the Town Council away from Democrats on Election Day.
Eight Democrats and one Republican were elected to the Groton Town Council.
More than 40 candidates ran for the Board of Selectmen, the Board of Finance, the Board of Education, the Planning and Zoning Commission and more.
The Day's staff is bringing you the latest local election updates from around southeastern Connecticut.
Voters were asked to approve a plan to bond the entire $145 million outstanding pension obligation debt, a move estimated to save about $43 million over the 30-year life of the bond.
Nearly 31 percent voters turned out in Ledyard Tuesday and voted to keep the Town Council and Board of Education in Republican control.
Republican First Selectman Timothy Griswold narrowly won a second consecutive term and ninth term overall in Tuesday’s election, defeating Democratic challenger Martha Shoemaker.
Results were mixed between Democrats and Republicans Tuesday night.
The finance board contest was the only noise in an otherwise quiet election.
Nystrom wins a third term as mayor over Council President Pro Tempore Mark Bettencourt.
Republicans retain their hold on the Board of Education and Representative Town Meeting in all but District 2 after Tuesday's elections.
Democrats retained control of the City Council and Board of Education on Tuesday, but the council race will require a recount with three candidates within close margins.
Residents on Tuesday elected four new members to both the Board of Education and Board of Finance.
Democrats swept the election on Tuesday, securing all of the available seats on both the City Council and Board of Education.
The entire Board of Selectmen was reelected unopposed Tuesday, as were many other candidates on the ballot.
Republicans in town won big in Tuesday's election, taking control of the Board of Selectmen, ousting the incumbent treasurer, and getting the most votes in the uncontested Board of Education race.
It may be an odd-numbered year, but Tuesday’s elections aren’t sleepy, local contests
Some positions are uncontested, while others are hotly contested.
Mayoral candidates across the country are closing out their campaigns pledging to restore law and order, a major setback for racial justice protesters who only a year ago thought they had permanently...