The Courant has reflections on the day from women in CT including Avon State Rep Tammy Exum.
CT News 8 covers CT Dems' volunteering at Foodshare's distribution site in East Hartford
The Courant's preview of the 2021 legislative session includes a list of 8 new legislators to watch, featuring newly minted State Representative Eleni Kavros DeGraw
CTMirror covers Democrat gains in the House and Senate, including Eleni Kavros DeGraw's flip of the 17th
NewsTimes' coverage of Jahana Hayes' reelection in the 5th CD
ValleyPress has election night coverage of Team Eleni's win over incumbent Leslee Hill in the 17th district of Avon and Canton.
CTMirror writes about some 2018 rematches begin waged in 2020, including Horn v. Ohler, Kavros Degraw v. Hill, and Osborne v. Witkos
Valley Press' story about the Canton League of Women Voters' decision not to host their annual candidate forum
Valley Press' coverage of local races, including the 8th Senate district and 17th House district
The Courant picks up on Kevin Witkos' Eversource problem.
Canton DTC Chair Katie Kenney voices concern at the announcement last week by the Canton League of Women Voters that they will not hold their usual debate or candidate forum.
Third parties have become an increasingly relevant and consequential part of CT politics, providing additional ballot lines that voters have responded to. The potential loss of a second ballot position on the Independent Party line is a variable GOP candidates weren’t looking to add to the equation for 2020, and another opportunity for Democrats in races where literally every vote counts.
A unconventional celebration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.
This fall Republicans candidates will try to separate themselves from the historically unpopular president they share a ballot with. Kevin Witkos will tell voters that Democrats just blame Trump for everything, and he'll attempt to make the case that he's different from the national Republicans that CT voters reject time and time again. Meanwhile, CT GOP leaders are doing their damnedest to show you they are the Party of Trump—and nothing else.
Republicans complained that they are all too often accused of voting to suppress the vote. Then they voted to suppress the vote.
Gov. Lamont, accompanied by State Reps Michelle Cook and Maria Horn, visited Torrington's Charlotte Hungerford Hospital this week.
Party Chair Nancy Wyman is stepping down, and Nancy DiNardo returns to the position
When Maria Horn beat then Rep. Brian Ohler in 2018, he said he wouldn't run again. He's back anyway.
WSHU takes a look at this year's virtual conventions.
The RepAm's coverage of Rep. Jahana Hayes' convention and endorsement in CT-5
Rep-Am's coverage of the first debate in the 5th CD, which was held virtually Monday.
CTNewsJunkie contemplates the campaign landscape in the time of Corona. “As far as fundraising, we’re not going to have traditional fundraisers. There’s not going to be a pasta dinner, like we’ve always done."