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  • Bill White's recap of 2014's top stories, some stranger than fiction

    Bill White's recap of 2014's top stories, some stranger than fiction
    Reading all these year-in-review recaps has left me a little groggy, so forgive me if my own look at 2014's top stories veers in and out of reality. January Phillies announce that Chris Wheeler and Sarge Matthews will be leaving the broadcast booth...
  • Why The Race For Governor Was So Close

    Why The Race For Governor Was So Close
    Four years ago this week, after Dan Malloy pulled out a squeaker against Greenwich investor Tom Foley, the Democratic governor-elect would have been forgiven if he looked ahead and figured his re-election would be easier. The economy was still rough...
  • Clarence Page: If the candidates in next big election sound familiar, they should

    Clarence Page: If the candidates in next big election sound familiar, they should
    Are you ready for Clinton vs. Bush 2.0? My earlier prediction that Jeb will face Hillary in 2016 is looking more certain than ever. Sure, in theory the conventional wisdom says that voters want to see some fresh and new names at the top of their...
  • After Republican wave, governors aim to push policy

    After Republican wave, governors aim to push policy
    Massachusetts voters sent a Republican back to the statehouse after an election night featuring razor-thin margins and a wave of Republican victories in governors' races across the United States. Along with his newly elected Republican counterparts in...
  • What they're saying about Larry Hogan's win

    What they're saying about Larry Hogan's win
    Larry Hogan's win over Lt. Gov. Anthony G. Brown for Maryland governor was considered a surprise by many, and part of a Republican sweep across the country during the midterm election. Here's what's being said around the web about how the victory fits...
  • Could Ben Carson video foreshadow presidential bid?

    Could Ben Carson video foreshadow presidential bid?
    Ben Carson, the retired Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon and conservative activist, may be getting a jump on the rest of the Republican presidential field for 2016 by introducing himself to voters in a video, ABC News and the Washington Times report. Carson,...
  • Scattered Thoughts on Foley, Malloy and Registrar of Voters for Dummies

    Scattered Thoughts on Foley, Malloy and Registrar of Voters for Dummies
    Random thoughts, rants and ravings on the election: Have the Republicans finally learned their lesson? Greenwich millionaires are now 0-4 running for statewide office? Maybe next time they should endorse a self-funding millionaire from a different town?...
  • 4 key advisers who will help shape Rauner's administration

    4 key advisers who will help shape Rauner's administration
    It's difficult to predict who will take official positions in the administration of Illinois governor-elect Bruce Rauner, a multimillionaire private equity executive-turned-politician. But it was clear he will rely heavily on about a dozen mostly...
  • Final Tally For Governor's Race: More Than $30 Million

    Final Tally For Governor's Race: More Than $30 Million
    The hotly contested governor's race that attracted national attention cost more than $30 million for television commercials, consultants and other campaign expenses. The biggest single contributor was the State of Connecticut, which paid out $13...
  • N.J. likely to shut down red-light cameras

    New Jersey's controversial red-light cameras are likely to go dark next month, as the five-year experimental program expires with no legislative push to renew it. Supporters of the cameras say the program has improved safety, while opponents contend...
  • Scott Walker says 'governors make much better presidents,' leaves door open

    Scott Walker says 'governors make much better presidents,' leaves door open
    Gov. Scott Walker, in an appearance Sunday morning on NBC's "Meet the Press," said a Republican governor would make an ideal presidential nominee -- and suggested he may end up getting into the race. Walker, who defeated Democrat Mary Burke on Tuesday...