Mark Boughton, mayor of Danbury and one time school teacher is now officially running for governor. Last year, he gave Governor Malloy a D grade for his performance in running the state, […]
Women Rule in Election 2013, but What’s Next?
A little over a year ago on Face the State Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman and State Senator Toni Boucher lamented the lack of women in state politics. Wyman told us the legislature […]
Boucher Adds New Element to Governor’s Race
The race for the GOP nomination for governor might have a whole new feel if State Senator Toni Boucher jumps into the contest. At 4’11”, she stands tall as one of the […]
Connecticut’s Version of Ronald Reagan; A Footnote to 2014
Do you know who this is? He’s an actor whose name will be mentioned in the 2014 Connecticut governor’s race. That actor shown with child star Shirley Temple is Republican John Lodge, […]
Foley: “Absolutely No New Taxes”
There are no official candidates yet in the race for governor, but the state Democratic party is already focused on the man it apparently believes will be the Republican candidate, 2010 GOP […]
Any GOP Women Interested in Running in 2014?
Connecticut has a reputation as being a groundbreaking state for women. Ella Grasso is in the history books as the first woman elected governor of a state in her own right, meaning […]
Women's Day on Face the State
This Sunday on Face the State we are talking with women about women. They are a growing force in the electorate, even as their numbers in elected office are shrinking. In Connecticut, […]
Where are the Women?
When Governor Rell said no to running for re-election the possibility of an historic all female race for governor (Rell v. Bysiewicz) was dashed, or was it? Will a Republican woman […]