The Republican opened his second campaign for governor Wednesday in the same unconventional manner he ended his first one four years ago: By calling “Chaz & AJ in the Morning” on...
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s eldest son has condemned the inaction of federal lawmakers on voting rights
The state House redistricting process left some legislators with different boundaries — and an adjustment period.
President Joe Biden is all but conceding defeat for this year on the Democrats' big elections and voting rights legislation
Two local Republican Party officials have filed election complaints alleging violations of state election laws in connection with the Nov. 2 municipal election.
Rise Up Mystic was one of many grassroot coalitions across America Thursday hosting a vigil on the one year anniversary of the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, advocating for the protection of voter...
Dispatchers and police could be moved in before the end of the month. The fire marshal's office is already there.
Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says the Senate will vote soon on easing filibuster rules in an effort to advance stalled voting rights legislation
The Democratic Town Committee is inviting all registered Democrats to its meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 5, at Town Hall in Room 203.
Town Councilor Juan Melendez Jr. was unanimously elected by councilors on Tuesday to chair the council as the town’s mayor.
In Norwich, the 46th House District shrank; the 47th District got slightly smaller and the 139th District grew in size.
She will be the first Black person to become comptroller, one of the state’s six elected statewide constitutional offices.
The state Supreme Court agreed Thursday to give the legislature's Reapportionment Commission until noon Dec. 21 to produce the map before assigning the task to a court-appointed special master.
After eight rounds of votes, the council puts off the question for now
The new Norwich City Council was sworn in Tuesday and started its business with partisan disputes and split votes.
Republican First Selectman Mark Nickerson is clearing out his office in town hall ahead of Monday's swearing-in ceremony for successor Kevin Seery.
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.