Federal prosecutors who charged former Gov. John G. Rowland with having a secret paid consulting role with a congressional candidate want to use what they call hostile comments on his radio show about a campaign rival in his trial.
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.
The high-profile Washington D.C.-based attorney for John Rowland is looking to dismiss all charges against the former governor for his role in a federal campaign finance scheme.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. (AP) – Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton says he wants to return $750 in contributions in his bid for the Republican nomination for governor from a couple who pleaded guilty in a campaign […]
Former Connecticut Gov. John G. Rowland, who resigned from office 10 years ago in a corruption scandal that sent him to prison, has been indicted in alleged schemes to hide his role in two congressional campaigns.
A Federal Communications Commission official says the agency won’t be investigating a complaint raising questions about former Connecticut Gov. John Rowland’s work on a congressional campaign while he continued hosting a radio show.
Federal investigations are casting shadows over two candidates’ campaigns in the closely watched 5th Congressional District, an unusual development for a single race in a state dubbed “Corrupticut” after an earlier outbreak of scandals.
Republicans from northwestern Connecticut endorsed state Sen. Andrew Roraback on Friday as their candidate to run in state’s hotly contested 5th Congressional District race.
Former Gov. John G. Rowland has stepped down as a volunteer to Republican Lisa Wilson-Foley’s congressional campaign.
A congressional candidate said Wednesday former Gov. John G. Rowland was paid $5,000 per month to work as a consultant to her husband’s company, a disclosure that came in response to sharp criticism from an opponent.