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  • Election Agency To Feds: Dems' Plan Would 'Cynically Circumvent' State Financing Laws For Malloy

    Election Agency To Feds: Dems' Plan Would 'Cynically Circumvent' State Financing Laws For Malloy
    The State Elections Enforcement Commission (SEEC) Tuesday sent federal election regulators a strongly worded denunciation of the state Democratic Party's plan to pay for part of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's re-election effort with money raised for federal...
  • FEC Dem's olive branch could wither, but effort's worthy

    If you were to seek out a poster child for all that is broken in Washington, you could find no better candidate than the Federal Election Commission. The agency that oversees our campaign-finance system, by law led by three Democratic and three Republican...
  • Congressional Candidate Greenberg Falls Behind On His Rent – To Himself

    Congressional Candidate Greenberg Falls Behind On His Rent – To Himself
    It's one thing for a congressional candidate to fall eight months behind on rent payments for his campaign headquarters — but it's something else if the landlord is the candidate himself. That's what's happened with Republican nominee Mark...
  • Frederica Wilson seeks re-election against GOP opponent

    Frederica Wilson seeks re-election against GOP opponent
    Congresswoman Frederica Wilson is running for re-election to a third term against a Haitian-American Republican, Dufirstson Neree, in one of the most Democratic districts in Florida and the nation. Wilson, if re-elected, plans to focus on legislation...
  • Dems Wrong To Tap Federal Campaign Account

    Dems Wrong To Tap Federal Campaign Account
    It's disappointing and scary that the state Democratic Party wants to undo a hard-won clean-election reform. This has to cause Connecticut voters to wonder why they're paying for state elections if public financing can't keep state contractor and...
  • Oberweis courts South Side voters with ice cream

    Oberweis courts South Side voters with ice cream
    State Sen. Jim Oberweis, the Republican challenger for U.S. Senate, has been standing on a street corner on the South Side, handing out ice cream to potential voters as part of his effort to unseat Democratic incumbent Dick Durbin in the Nov. 4 election....
  • GOP Lawmakers Blast Dems' Plan To Use Federal Money For Malloy

    GOP Lawmakers Blast Dems' Plan To Use Federal Money For Malloy
    Republican state legislators Tuesday blasted a state Democratic Party plan to pay for part of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's re-election effort with money raised for federal congressional campaigns, saying it would destroy the "last remnants of 'clean campaign...
  • Democrats Press Controversial Attempt To Use Federal Campaign Account For Malloy's Re-Election Effort

    Democrats Press Controversial Attempt To Use Federal Campaign Account For Malloy's Re-Election Effort
    The state Democratic Party is pushing an already-controversial campaign-financing issue to a new level, asking the Federal Election Commission to declare that it's legal for the party to use money from a federal campaign account to pay for a planned...
  • A debatable debate?

     You will get a chance to see Rep. Scott Rigell, R-Virginia Beach, and Democratic challenger Suzanne Patrick speak at the same place and the same time, but whether they’ll be debating seems to be debatable. The League of Women Voters is hosting...
  • Democrats Press Controversial Attempt To Use Federal Account To Fund Malloy's Re-Election

    Democrats Press Controversial Attempt To Use Federal Account To Fund Malloy's Re-Election
    The state Democratic Party is pushing an already controversial campaign-financing issue to a new level, asking the Federal Election Commission to comment on the legality of the party using money from a federal campaign account to pay for a planned...
  • Strong reasons to retain state justices

    California voters will see the names of three state Supreme Court justices and numerous Court of Appeal justices on their Nov. 4 ballots, a result of the state's hybrid system for keeping politics to a minimum in the court system while still granting...