Alice Walton

Review: $12.5 million in outside cash spent on Connecticut elections

Review: $12.5 million in outside cash spent on Connecticut elections

Connecticut voters were inundated with political mailers and advertising this year, much of it courtesy of vaguely named groups such as Change Connecticut and Connecticut Values.

A review by The Associated Press of state election records shows roughly 40 entities, including political action committees formed by unions, real estate agents, national party affiliates and issue organizations like Planned Parenthood, spent at least $12.5 million on what are known as "independent expenditures" on Connecticut's 2018 state elections.

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