Merrill Contends Connecticut Elections Run Freely And FairlyConnecticut Secretary of the State Denise Merrill is trying to assure voters that the November election will be administered "as freely and fairly as possible" and any claims to the contrary are "irresponsible."
Connecticut Superdelegates Stand By Clinton Despite NH LossConnecticut's Democratic Party insiders are sticking with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for president, despite her recent loss in the New Hampshire primary to Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Secretary of State Proposes Automatic Voter Registration at DMVSecretary of the State Denise Merrill wants people who are doing business with the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles to be automatically registered to vote.
Connecticut Panel Approves $6.7 M For Election UpgradesMore than $6.7 million is being earmarked for improvements to voting equipment across Connecticut.
Ex-lawmaker Pleads Guilty To Lying To InvestigatorsA former Connecticut lawmaker who had been charged with election fraud for allegedly voting in a district where she did not live has pleaded guilty to lying to investigators, but avoided prison time.
Vermont Town Could Let Those Ages 16, 17, Vote LocallyResidents of Brattleboro, Vermont, will vote on a ballot item that would let 16- and 17-year-olds vote in local elections.
Hartford Election Inquiry Needs More TimeA Hartford committee needs more time to create a report on what caused voting problems in the city during the last election.
Three Strike and your Out!
Vote Now – People’s Choice Awards Voting Is Officially OpenThe People's Choice Awards announced that nominee voting is now open.
Trumbull First Selectman Calls On Officials Who Did Not Vote To Resign Trumbull's first selectman says more than two dozen elected and appointed Republicans or their spouses failed to vote in a local race and demanded they resign.
Online Tool Available To Find Connecticut Polls Connecticut voters can use an online tool to locate their polling place for this week's primary.
You Can Only Stay Mad For So Long, Right?Rep. Larson wants to increase Congressional terms to 4 years because of the pressure of fund-raising. He points out that right after the initiation ceremony, new members start raising money for the next cycle, and that detracts them from their true job. Larson may have a point.