Rowland’s defense attorney said he expects that whether the former governor actually did work under a contract for Apple Rehab will be a major part of the trial.
Connecticut’s voluntary public campaign funding program is on pace to dole out a record $35 million in an election marked by a crowded field of statewide candidates who have qualified for the grants.
A judge has denied a request by former Gov. John G. Rowland to dismiss federal charges that accused him of trying to create secret consultant roles with two congressional campaigns.
Federal prosecutors are objecting to an effort by former Connecticut Gov. John R.Rowland seeking the dismissal of charges that he tried to create secret consultant roles with two congressional campaigns.
A Middlebury man who owned two roll-your-own tobacco shops in Waterbury has been sentenced to six months in prison for his role in a campaign financing scheme involving former state House Speaker Chris Donovan’s failed 2012 congressional campaign.
A coalition of labor, environmental, and student groups turned out today in Hartford for a rally on the financing of political campaigns. Currently, there’s a $123,000 cap on donations to campaigns, parties or PACs during […]
A former police detective who co-owned a smoke shop was sentenced Wednesday to more than two years in prison for his participation in a scheme to direct illegal campaign contributions to the failed congressional campaign of former state House Speaker Christopher Donovan.
A former aide to ex-Connecticut House Speaker Christopher Donovan has been sentenced to more than three years in prison in connection with illegal contributions to Donovan’s failed congressional campaign last year.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) _ A trial is scheduled to start for a former aide to Connecticut House Speaker Chris Donovan charged in an alleged campaign finance scheme. Robert Braddock Jr.’s trial starts Monday in […]
Two of eight people charged in connection with illegal contributions made to the failed congressional campaign of former state House Speaker Christopher Donovan today pleaded guilty to federal conspiracy charges.