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  • No Letup Likely In Malloy-Foley Ad War

    No Letup Likely In Malloy-Foley Ad War
    It's no use: You cannot escape the political ads that have taken over the airwaves and cable wires. They are frequent and repetitive. Sometimes they are annoying and infuriating. Now and then they may imbue optimism about the future or pride in the recent past. However you view them, advertisements in their many forms have become a vital element in the free expression of opinions and ideas at the center of our democracy.
  • Independent Money In Governor's Race Tops Outside Spending In 2010

    With seven weeks remaining until election day, independent groups have spent $3.7 million on the Connecticut gubernatorial race, already surpassing the amount of outside spending in the 2010 race between Republican Tom Foley and Democratic Governor Dannel...

    Governors group takes aim at Hogan over education

    Governors group takes aim at Hogan over education
    The Democratic Governors Association has put $750,000 into an advertising campaign questioning Republican nominee Larry Hogan's commitment to education. The national group works to elect Democrats, but the ad released this past week never mentions the...

    Quinn, Rauner line up new endorsements

    Quinn, Rauner line up new endorsements
    Endorsements for the governor’s race keep rolling in, with the Chicago Teachers Union declaring its support for Gov. Pat Quinn today while Republican challenger Bruce Rauner received the backing of the National Federation of Independent Business....

    Heated primary races Tuesday in New Hampshire and New York

    The long primary season effectively comes to a close Tuesday with contests spread across the Northeast. The highest-profile contest is in New Hampshire, where former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown is expected to coast to a win in Tuesday’s...