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Chris Christie: Mid-term elections will have no impact on 2020 presidential...

Chris Christie said that Bob Stefanowski’s loss was due at least in part to national dissatisfaction with Trump’s performance.

Stefanowski holds slim lead over Lamont, says latest SHU poll

The top issues driving voters’ decisions at the poll continue to be the high overall tax burden (17.6 percent), the state budget crisis (17.6 percent) and low economic growth in Connecticut (12.6 percent).

Joe Lieberman to be part of transition team if Stefanowski is...

Having lost the Democratic nomination for U.S. Senator in the 2006 election to Ned Lamont – perhaps not coincidentally, the current Democratic candidate for governor – Lieberman ultimately ran in that election and won.

Quinnipiac poll finds governor’s race too close to call

Meanwhile, in the Connecticut U.S. Senate race, Democratic incumbent Sen. Chris Murphy still leads Republican challenger and business owner Matthew Corey by double digits.

Bob Stefanowski releases tax returns; paid $6.7 million over past two...

While Democrat Ned Lamont has spent $12.1 million of his own money on his campaign, Stefanowski has reportedly contributed somewhere in excess of $3 million to his effort.

SHU poll finds Stefanowski closing in on Lamont

According to the poll, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Ned Lamont’s lead over Republican opponent Bob Stefanowski has shrunken to 3.4 percentage points, putting the race in a statistical tie.

Ned Lamont releases tax returns; paid millions over last five years

Lamont donated $2.46 million to a number of causes over the past five years, including to the Boys and Girls Club of Hartford and to former Vice President Joe Biden’s cancer initiative.

Bob Stefanowski: The FCBJ Interview, Part Two

"People are dying for somebody in there (the governorship) who gets it," says the GOP gubernatorial candidate.

Greenwich resident Guy Smith drops gubernatorial bid

The remaining contenders for the Democratic nomination are Greenwich businessman Ned Lamont, who received the party’s endorsement at its recent convention, and Bridgeport Mayor Joe Ganim, who collected enough signatures to be included.