Without a crystal ball, we can predict the winners of 40 state general assembly seats – because they’re running unopposed. But there are 147 other races for general assembly where every vote will matter. Check here for full results after the polls close at 8 p.m.
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- Linares Leads Latino Political WaveFreshman Republican a trend-setter? […]
- Zupkus Ready for the HouseUpset long-time lawmaker to win 89th District. […]
- McMahon Bid Boosts Independent PartySecures spot on next US Senate ballot. […]
- Voters Changed, Results Didn’tConnecticut voters’ demographics shifting. […]
- On Second ThoughtHouse candidate in 106th now seeks recount. […]
- Gov. Cafero?House Republican leader subject of speculation. […]
Since the last election: $2 billion in new state taxes. More than 100,000 jobs lost. Ranked 46th for business climate, 48th in cost of living and 46th in cost of doing business. Businesses – small and large – leaving the state. Worried about the future? You can make a difference - be an informed voter, and encourage your friends, neighbors and relatives too. So, what can you do to change things? … [Read More...]
Who's got time to meet candidates? Election day is fast approaching and that's when we'll all have to make big decisions about who to vote for to represent us at the state capitol. Many of us are tired - and skeptical - of the political ads we've seen all summer are seeing more of now. In many cases, they've either become "white noise," or they've contributed to the sale and use of DVR's - and the medical condition, "switcher finger." And … [Read More...]
But for starters, Go to Candidates and find the contact information for your state senator and representative. Tell them to stand up for local businesses. Say no to proposals that kill jobs. Support our economy and jobs. … [Read More...]
Have a few spare hours? Contact your favorite candidate (most have web sites and/or facebook pages), and offer to stuff envelopes, make phone calls, drop literature at doorsteps, put a sign on your lawn - or help deliver signs to others' lawns - or whatever they need and you're comfortable with. Be involved, and help someone get elected who will represent your views. It's not hard, and it doesn't take a lot of time - but it's greatly appreciated … [Read More...]