Former President Bill Clinton credited Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Monday with making unpopular decisions needed to fix Connecticut’s fiscal problems, urging supporters to send a message to America that they believe in leadership.
Add another nearly $2 million in PAC money to the tally in Connecticut’s race for governor.
Lawyers for former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland are arguing that some of the federal charges he faces are unconstitutional.
Former Speaker of the State House Chris Donovan says he’s been notified the investigation into the finances of his 2012 Congressional campaign has been wrapped up by the Department of Justice, and Donovan himself will not be charged in the case.
Senate Minority Leader John McKinney says his campaign for governor raised $101,000 the last three months of 2013.
Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton says he’s running for the Republican nomination for governor because, “the status quo isn’t working for too many people in Connecticut.”
Republicans have raised questions about Governor Dannel Malloy’s recent fundraising trip to California. Malloy said he would not apologize for raising money for Democratic causes– and said he expects to continue to do so in future.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he has no plans to announce any time soon whether he plans to seek a second term in 2014.
One of the eight people convicted of taking part in a scheme to conceal the source of contributions to the Congressional campaign of former State House Speaker has been sentenced to two years in prison.
A federal jury has convicted a former aide to ex-Connecticut House Speaker Christopher Donovan in connection with illegal contributions to Donovan’s failed congressional campaign last year.