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  • Andrew Roraback

      Party: Republican Birth date: March 29, 1960. Birthplace: Torrington Current residence: Goshen Education: Yale College; University of Virginia, J.D. Elected office: State House, 1995-2000; State Senate, 2001-present Website: www.rorabackforcongress....
  • Aug. 14 Primary: Day Of Reckoning

    This is the last time I will address you about issues related to the Aug. 14 primary, because the Courant does not allow us to write about the candidates on that final Sunday. This is a sound principle. Let us imagine that I wrote next Sunday: "Chris...
  • Cracking The Campaign Contribution Code

    Fifth District Republican congressional candidate Andrew Roraback started cracking the code of rival Lisa Wilson-Foley's generous campaign contributions to Democratic U.S. Rep. Christopher Murphy's first two campaigns for Congress in 2006 and 2008....
  • The Coveted Weak In Review Endorsements

    Because Tuesday is primary day in Connecticut, The Weak in Review is departing from its usual Weak format to offer endorsements of candidates seeking party nominations for Congress and the Senate. The Weak urges all voters, eligible or otherwise, to go to...
  • Dems Dump Donovan, Republicans Bet On McMahon, and Maybe That's Why Connecticut is a Blue State

    Dems Dump Donovan, Republicans Bet On McMahon, and Maybe That's Why Connecticut is a Blue State
    With hindsight, the results of this week’s Connecticut primaries seem to fit the established patterns of both major parties in this state. Connecticut Primary Lesson No. 1: Democratic voters decided it wasn’t smart to choose a 5th...
  • Voters Pick Untainted Candidates

    Voters Pick Untainted Candidates
    Political party loyalists in Tuesday's primary elections sent a pretty clear message: We don't care if you're filthy rich, little known or spent your life in government — we can still vote for you. But extremists and candidates tainted by scandal?...
  • Candidates Burn Millions For Measly Turnout

    There's something wrong here. Permit me to bore you with some numbers. In 2010, Chris Murphy beat Sam Caligiuri 118,000 to 102,000 in Connecticut's 5th Congressional District. In 2008, a presidential year and therefore a better comparison to 2012, it...
  • Bruised Losers Face Campaigns' Bumpy Finish

    "Politics is tough," Simsbury Republican Lisa Wilson-Foley observed as she conceded the 5th Congressional District party primary to state Sen. Andrew Roraback Tuesday night. A last-minute attack on second-place finisher Mark Greenberg revealed Wilson-...
  • GOP Contenders Decry 'Legitimate Rape' Drivel, But What Could They Do In D.C.?

    The two Connecticut Republicans with excellent shots at election to Congress this year — Linda McMahon and Andrew Roraback — on Monday were quick to denounce the ignorant comments about rape and women by the GOP Senate nominee from Missouri....
  • State's Leaders Talk Cuts, Enact Spending

    The state's political leaders may not set out to confuse the public, but they don't mind if that's one result of their conflicting declarations and policies. It may be easier to win the hefty new Breakthrough Prize for Life Sciences that were handed out...
  • GOP's Roraback Among Malloy's 15 Nominees For Superior Court Judge

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy nominated 15 new Superior Court judges Thursday, including prominent Republican Andrew Roraback among the familiar names in the political and legal worlds. Many people had considered Roraback the Republican Party's best chance to...