HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A former Republican candidate for governor has agreed to pay a $90,000 civil penalty to settle an elections complaint, marking the largest amount collected from an individual Connecticut candidate...
I am running for governor because I have watched politicians in Hartford worry more about their jobs then ours. They continue to make sure that their political cronies’ nests are well-feathered, while the people of Connecticut continue see wages and jobs stagnate.
Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton put the “P” in party last month, spending a cool $21,000 for event rooms, food services and lodging at Foxwoods Resort & Casino, according to a supplementary filing with the State Elections Enforcement Commission.
The top three GOP candidates for governor spent Tuesday sparring over how they want to spend their summer.
Tim Herbst, the former Trumbull first selectman who picked up enough delegate votes to force a primary with Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton, doubled down on his challenge of 10 debates in 10-ish weeks.