Although the outcome of the Connecticut primary elections normally draws a yawn, it was not surprising that both party-endorsed favorites won the nod for the soon to be retiring U.S. Senator Joseph Lieberman's seat.
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The U.S. Senate race in Connecticut has caused a split between two prominent pro-choice groups, which are now backing different Democratic candidates ...
Susan Bysiewicz, who earlier this month ended her 12-year tenure as Connecticut's secretary of state, is expected to announce Tuesday plans to challen...
So what does $16 million buy? And how far is Linda McMahon willing to go to purchase the election? Apparently however much it takes.
Connecticut's game of campaign musical chairs was set in motion by Governor Jodi Rell's decision to not seek reelection in 2010.
The big national news story on Wednesday was that Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.) would not seek reelection for his senate seat, a position he has held for nearly three decades.
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