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LWV Greenwich, Stamford & New Canaan to Host Forum for 36th District State Senate Candidates

The LWV Greenwich, Stamford and New Canaan are pleased to present a Candidate Forum for the Connecticut State Senate District 36 Special Election on August 17. Kay Maxwell, past President of the LWV US and Connecticut, will lead the 60 minute discussion with the candidates: John Blankley (Petition Candidate), Ryan Fazio (R) and Alexis Gevanter (D) on Friday August 6, beginning at 7:00pm.
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Connecticut’s Catholic Democrats in Congress take on bishops in debate over Holy Communion and President Biden

Rosa DeLauro grew up in an Italian Catholic household in New Haven and is the proud product of a Catholic education from grade school through college. Joe Courtney was educated by Dominican nuns at St. Timothy’s Middle School before moving on to Northwest Catholic High School in West Hartford. And John Larson attended St. Rose grammar school in East Hartford, where the sisters of Notre Dame were ...
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With Trump in control of party, state GOP prepares to choose a leader and make ‘Connecticut a viable place for Republicans’

Connecticut Republicans will chose a new leader Tuesday night that could determine the course of the party for 2022 gubernatorial election and beyond. The election comes at a key time for the Connecticut GOP, which holds no federal or statewide elected offices and has lost seats in the legislature in recent election cycles. The party has also struggled to raise money in recent years under a ...
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Connecticut Republicans will chose a new leader this week and the selection could set the course of the party for the next few election cycles

Connecticut Republicans will chose a new leader Tuesday night that could determine the course of the party for 2022 gubernatorial election and beyond. The election comes at a key time for the Connecticut GOP, which holds no federal or statewide elected offices and has lost seats in the legislature in recent election cycles. The party has also struggled to raise money in recent years under a Democratic governor whose popularity surged during the pandemic.
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President Biden, promising to diversify the federal courts, nominates three lawyers for vacant judgeships in Connecticut

President Joseph Biden, working at record speed to fill judicial vacancies, has nominated a diverse group of lawyers to fill three vacant federal judgeships in Connecticut, including a woman who, if confirmed, would be the first judge of South Asian descent to serve on the state’s federal District Court. The nominees, who must be confirmed by the U.S. Senate, are Sarala Vidya Nagala, Deputy ...
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