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Dan Malloy

Dan Malloy
Governor Dannel Malloy (D) is the 88th governor of Connecticut. Malloy was mayor of Stamford, Conn from 1995 until 2009 before being elected governor. Malloy took office in January 2011.
Governor Dannel Malloy (D) is the 88th governor of Connecticut. Malloy was mayor of Stamford, Conn from 1995 until 2009 before being elected governor. Malloy took office in January 2011. « Show less

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  • Tom Foley Returns To Hartford, Meets With Supporters

    Tom Foley Returns To Hartford, Meets With Supporters
    HARTFORD — Republican Tom Foley has been out of the headlines for nearly three months, returning to private life in Greenwich after losing a bitter governor's race to incumbent Dannel P. Malloy. But Foley re-emerged on the political scene last...
  • Grogins Confirmed As Judge Despite Some Opposition

    Grogins Confirmed As Judge Despite Some Opposition
    The state Senate was moving quickly Friday to approve a series of nominees to various state posts on the bench and at the commissioner level. Many of the nominees were placed on "consent'' calendars that are set aside for unanimous votes for state...
  • Gun Control Opponents Fail To Scuttle Malloy Judicial Appointee

    HARTFORD — Legislators handily approved a former state representative's appointment as a Superior Court judge Friday, despite strong opposition from the NRA and other gun rights groups. Auden C. Grogins, a Democrat who represented Bridgeport in the...
  • Sandy Hook Panel Nears Final Report, Decides To List 26 Victims

    HARTFORD – With final edits and approvals, members of the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission have begun to think about the impact their report on the Newtown school massacre will have on parents of victims and surviving children, as well as people who...
  • House, Senate Sessions Moved To Friday; Meetings Canceled Wednesday

    House, Senate Sessions Moved To Friday; Meetings Canceled Wednesday
    Much of the state was getting back to normal Wednesday, but the scheduled state Senate and House of Representatives sessions at the Capitol had already been pushed back to Friday. Although the snowstorm was not as bad as expected in some parts of the...
  • Fairfield County Legislators Ask For I-95, Metro-North Upgrades

    United by a sense of urgency to improve I-95 and the Metro-North railroad, a bipartisan caucus of Fairfield County legislators is campaigning to put southwestern Connecticut at the front of the line for transportation infrastructure funds. Fairfield...
  • State Awards Ireland $6 Million For 21 Years Of Wrongful Incarceration

    State Awards Ireland $6 Million For 21 Years Of Wrongful Incarceration
    HARTFORD — Kenneth Ireland's subdued reaction Thursday to word that he would soon be a multimillionaire seemed to say a lot about the long road it took to get there. Even after 21 grueling years locked up in prison for a rape and murder that he did...
  • Doba Joining New York Communications Firm, But Staying Put In Connecticut

    Doba Joining New York Communications Firm, But Staying Put In Connecticut
    Andrew Doba, formerly Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's spokesman, is joining a New York communications firm, it was announced Thursday. Doba will join Stu Loeser & Co, a strategic communications firm headquartered in Manhattan, according to a statement...
  • At Hard-Hit Shoreline, Picturesque Communities Struggle With Snow

    At Hard-Hit Shoreline, Picturesque Communities Struggle With Snow
    The snow that blanketed the state Tuesday turned Connecticut's shoreline communities into quaint picture postcards. But hours of drifting snow and gusting winds made it nearly impossible for some shoreline towns to keep their roads clear, especially in...
  • Back To Normal For Many As Blizzard Spins Away

    Back To Normal For Many As Blizzard Spins Away
    In the eastern half of Connecticut, the blizzard of 2015 lived up to expectations — up to 2 feet of snow or more, vicious winds and steep snowdrifts that hampered travel. But it was a normal winter storm for the western half of the state. Many...
  • State Employees Return To Work Wednesday; Capitol To Reopen

    State Employees Return To Work Wednesday; Capitol To Reopen
    While the year’s biggest storm was subsiding, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy was making moves to return the state almost back to normal on Wednesday – including returning all state employees to work Wednesday. The state Capitol was eerily quiet...