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Dannel Malloy

Dannel 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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  • In Waning Days Of Republican Campaign, Candidates Narrow Their Focus

    In Waning Days Of Republican Campaign, Candidates Narrow Their Focus
    In the waning days of the increasingly contentious Republican gubernatorial primary, Tom Foley and John McKinney are narrowing their focus to two of Connecticut's battlegrounds: eastern Connecticut and voter-rich Fairfield County. On Friday, McKinney...
  • New concussion rules to make high school sports safer

    Zackery Lystedt, a 13-year-old junior high football player in Washington state, fell to the ground after a tackle during a game and struck his head – hard. He rocked back and forth in pain, but didn't lose consciousness. Sidelined for only three...
  • Visconti Qualifies For Governor's Race

    Visconti Qualifies For Governor's Race
    HARTFORD — Joe Visconti has muscled his way onto the November ballot, securing at least 7,500 signatures in his grassroots quest for the state's highest office. But the tea party Republican, critic of the Common Core and defender of gun owners'...
  • Pelto Sweating Out Signature Count, Says He May Sue If Denied Ballot Access

    HARTFORD — Third-party gubernatorial hopeful Jonathan Pelto said Tuesday that he may go to court if he fails to win a place on the Nov. 4 election ballot because of local voting officials' unjustified rejection of signatures he and his supporters...
  • High Ideals and Partisan Politics Mix In Amendment Issue

    High Ideals and Partisan Politics Mix In Amendment Issue
    HARTFORD — When Connecticut voters get ready to cast their ballots this November, they will be asked to decide an issue that combines high-minded ideals with down-and-dirty political calculation. At stake is a proposed amendment to the state...
  • Holocaust survivor Ray Gawendo honored at birthday party

    The Temple Beth Israel Preservation Society hosted a birthday party for 99-year-old Ray Gawendo on Aug. 10. But according to her son Evert, she has papers to prove she was born in 1914, 1918 and 1919 as well. That's because Gawendo lived through one of...
  • Natural Gas Expansion In Manchester Likely To Go Ahead

    MANCHESTER — Thanks to neighborhood leadership and a projected infusion of revenue, a natural gas expansion project in the southeastern corner of town that was abruptly halted is likely to go forward, gas company officials and state legislators said...
  • Playground funding approved

    MANSFIELD- The Connecticut State Bonding Commission recently approved $100,000 in state financing to help support the building of a new community playground. The design was directly inspired by drawings and ideas from Mansfield's children. The...
  • The Ups And Downs Of State Surplus Estimates

    HARTFORD — Keeping track of official estimates of Connecticut's state surplus over the past few months has been a little like attempting to describe the flight of a bumblebee: It's down, it's up, down, and there it goes, up again. All those swerves...
  • No Such Thing As A 'Spoiler' Candidate

    In a three-person, winner-take-all democratic election, there is a victor and two people who voters did not see as the best choice to hold elected office. There really is no such thing as a "spoiler." There are many, however, who are calling Jonathan...
  • CT Politicians, Indian Tribes Escalate Fight Over Recognition Rule

    Washington – The Bureau of Indian Affairs has done Gov. Dannel Malloy and the rest of Connecticut's government officials a huge favor by postponing the implementation of a regulation that could bring more tribal gaming to the state. But the...