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Ex-chairman of Stamford Democrats sentenced for voting fraud

The fraud was in connection to the 2015 elections for the boards of finance, education and representatives.

An election for the future

While New Yorkers have had the opportunity for early voting before election day, voters in Connecticut on Nov. 8 will have the chance to...

EXCLUSIVE: Peltola on defeating Palin 

“There was the shock and surprise and disbelief of it,” Democrat Mary Peltola, who beat former Alaska Governor and Vice Presidential Candidate Sarah Palin...

Young urban voters cite affordable housing as major election issue

“So, now the market is crazy,” D’Arinzo said.

CT state Rep. Miller wins Stamford election to replace Leone in...

Her victory in the 27th District brings the Democratic majority in the Senate to 24-12.

Latimer: Biden a plus for Westchester; Schumer: Fair election; Cuomo: A...

Westchester County Executive George Latimer today expressed a belief that a Biden administration will be more receptive to hearing about the needs of local...

Latimer says county’s economic recovery is unclear

"We are spending long days and nights advocating for federal and state help, and we won’t stop until we do what is best for each of you," the Westchester County Executive promised.

U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel loses primary to newcomer Jamaal Bowman

Bowman was endorsed by progressive leaders including Sen. Bernie Sanders and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.

State Sen. Marilyn Moore to run for Bridgeport mayor

If elected, Moore would become the second woman and first African-American to serve as Bridgeport’s mayor.

Shelton Mayor Lauretti considers challenging Ganim in Bridgeport election

After 27 years as mayor of Fairfield County’s smallest city, Mark Lauretti is toying with a possible new job: becoming mayor of Fairfield County’s largest city.

Foley leads Malloy in early polling

After a close gubernatorial race in 2010, Republican Tom Foley has reason to be optimistic he can beat Gov. Dannel P. Malloy in a 2014 rematch

PACs, special interest groups tighten grip

As political action committees and special interest groups seek to influence election results, analysts warn of the potential consequences.

‘Are there sacrifices to be made?’

Connecticut voters get their first referendum on Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s handling of the state budget, via November’s Connecticut General Assembly races.

Ruger sales spike

Even as it suspended new orders, Ruger sales shot up during the second quarter.