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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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  • Anatomy Of A Flawed Election

    Anatomy Of A Flawed Election
    At 4 a.m. on Election Day, a bleary-eyed group of poll workers walked into the Hartford town and city clerk's office to check the last of more than 1,200 absentee voters off the voter registration lists. The task was routine; the time and day...
  • Election Over, But Divide Remains In Connecticut Heartland

    Election Over, But Divide Remains In Connecticut Heartland
    PLAINVILLE — Steve Andrikis, smiling optimist that he is, loves running Big Steve's grill in the middle of town, a burger joint where the bright yellow and orange walls match the owner's sunny temperament. But when the subject turns to Gov. Dannel...
  • Why Tom Foley Lost

    Why Tom Foley Lost
    We asked prominent Republicans Lowell P. Weicker Jr., Chris Healy and Carol Platt Liebau why Tom Foley lost the governor's election. Here are their theories. Former Gov. Lowell P. Weicker Jr. The losers? Tom Foley, the Republican Party and the state...
  • Malloy Stayed True To His Party, And Won

    Malloy Stayed True To His Party, And Won
    When my dad was drafted in World War II, he was sent 1,500 miles from his home in the Bronx to basic training at Fort Sill in Oklahoma. To make life a little easier, married soldiers were allowed to live off the base. So my mom, originally from Brooklyn,...
  • Prime Time Came, State Republicans Not Ready

    Prime Time Came, State Republicans Not Ready
    I spent more than three hours on Election Night sitting next to Mark Boughton, the Republican mayor of Danbury, the 2010 running mate of Tom Foley and a candidate for this year's Republican gubernatorial nomination. It was my idea to invite him to...
  • If Only Tom Foley Had Paid Some Taxes

    If Only Tom Foley Had Paid Some Taxes
    This will sound harsh, but it is a considerable defect for a candidate to appear at his most authentic when delivering a concession speech. Republican Tom Foley has given two in his bids for governor of Connecticut. He promises to show mercy upon the...
  • 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...
  • Pollsters Got It Right

    Pollsters  Got It Right
    The pollsters hear it from the press when they get it wrong, so it is only fair that they get a tip of the hat when they get it right. And that they did in this past week's gubernatorial election. Final polls from Quinnipiac University and Public Policy...
  • A Chinese Watches Democracy In Action

    A Chinese Watches Democracy In Action
    I lived in mainland China until I was 24 and never got the chance to vote for our government leaders or even meet my provincial governors. Average people in China don't vote for their political leaders. This week, after living in this country for the...
  • In Disappointing Election, Gun Rights Activists Find Glimmer Of Hope

    In Disappointing Election, Gun Rights Activists Find Glimmer Of Hope
    Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's re-election victory last week marked a defeat for Second Amendment rights activists who – enraged by the sweeping gun control legislation enacted last year – had hoped to punish the governor in the first...
  • CDC Grant To Help State Collect Data On Homicides, Suicides; Aimed At Prevention

    HARTFORD — A new five-year, $925,000 federal grant will be used to collect masses of data from Connecticut law enforcement, hospitals, crime labs and other sources in an effort to predict and prevent violent homicides and suicides. The grant from...