Republican congressional candidate David X. Sullivan says he is the “rule of law” candidate for Connecticut’s fifth district.
The Connecticut GOP launched a Citizen Voter Fraud Task Force to put a stop to voter fraud potentially created by a mass vote by mail system.
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont (D) said Monday he was pulling back hair salons and barbershops from reopening in the state on Wednesday, May 20, in order to align with Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo (D).
CT Gov. Ned Lamont (D) said he is looking into how his state’s voters may be allowed to cast their ballots by mail in the primary on June 2.
Over half of a woman’s 50 party guests tested positive for the Chinese coronavirus following the celebration on March 5 in Westport, Connecticut.
Destiny Waite allegedly set fire to her Hartford, Connecticut, apartment building on Monday using a “molotov cocktail” fueled by hand sanitizer.
Connecticut pro-life activists celebrated the demise of a Democrat bill that claimed pregnancy care centers engage in deceptive advertising.
Several transgender students have dominated high school track and field competitions in Connecticut for the last few years. And, once again, transgender teen runner Andraya Yearwood has topped most of the field in the state championships.
Newly installed Connecticut Democrat Gov. Ned Lamont is already reneging on his campaign pledge to place tolls only on trucks on the state’s roads.
City legislators Jeffrey Stella (D-9) and Rodney Pratt (D-9) in Stamford, Connecticut, are pushing an ordinance to empower police to confiscate homemade firearms from city residents.
Gilchrest said the pro-life pregnancy centers are “purposefully deceiving women into thinking they are accessing reproductive healthcare in order to push religious doctrine” and that this practice “is deceptive and should not be permitted in the state of Connecticut.”
“Because Connecticut doesn’t have enough money to pay its bills, it has a $69.8 billion financial hole,” says Truth in Accounting. “To fill it, each Connecticut taxpayer would have to send $53,400 to the state.”