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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...
  • Polls Are Closed; Results Coming In

    Polls Are Closed; Results Coming In
    Voters trickled into polling places throughout the state Tuesday to choose candidates in a variety of statewide, regional and local primaries, including which Republican – Greenwich businessman Tom Foley or state Senate Minority Leader John McKinney...
  • Editorial: Foley's Win Sets Up Sequel

    Editorial: Foley's Win Sets Up Sequel
    After the polls opened for Tuesday's gubernatorial and legislative primaries, reports came in from around the state of empty or near-empty polling places. And while low turnout may be the story today, enough good citizens, party loyalists and others...
  • Foley And McKinney Make Final Push; Low Turnout Expected In Primary

    Foley And McKinney Make Final Push; Low Turnout Expected In Primary
    With fewer than 24 hours to go before Republican voters chose their nominee for governor, Tom Foley and John McKinney sought to fire up supporters and sharpen their ground game in a final, last-minute blitz for votes. McKinney campaigned in Fairfield in...
  • Primary Day: Polls Open Until 8 p.m.; Low Turnout Expected

    Primary Day: Polls Open Until 8 p.m.; Low Turnout Expected
    Polls opened at 6 a.m. in Connecticut Tuesday morning for voters to choose candidates in a variety of statewide, regional and local primaries, including which Republican candidate – Greenwich business executive Tom Foley or state Senate Minority...
  • Polling Stations In Avon Open For Republican Primary

    AVON — Republicans across the state are going to the polls today to choose a candidate for governor and party members in Avon may vote at one of the three polling stations in town. People who are voting must go to their designated district...
  • Good Reasons To Support McKinney

    John McKinney possesses many qualities that make him ideal for governor of our state. John offers intelligent, workable plans for decreasing our tax burdens which are now among the most crippling in the nation, reducing the size of our government...
  • John McKinney Takes Hard, Closing Shot In GOP Primary

    John P. McKinney is closing his GOP primary campaign for governor with a hard shot at front runner Tom Foley, branding him as "arrogant, ill-informed, uncaring" in a commercial that shows Foley scolding workers and a small-town first selectwoman outside a...
  • Democrat Likes McKinney, Walker

    I have been a lifelong Democrat and a resident of Connecticut for my whole life. Now is the time to be concerned what is more important. Although I cannot vote in the Republican primary, I am urging Republican voters to select both John McKinney and David...
  • McKinney Stumps At Greenwich Senior Center

    McKinney Stumps At Greenwich Senior Center
    GREENWICH — Senate Republican leader John McKinney had no idea that Thursday would be among the worst traffic days in Greenwich in recent years. Traffic is often bad in lower Fairfield County, but a tragic accident that killed a Connecticut Army...
  • Fedele Endorses Walker For Lieutenant Governor

    Former Lt. Gov. Michael Fedele Thursday endorsed David M. Walker, the Republican who hopes to be the next occupant of the third-floor Capitol office now occupied by Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman. Fedele served under Gov. M. Jodi Rell from 2007 to 2010 and ran...