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Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Dan Carter will head to Tel Aviv Sunday in search of facts. The three term state legislator announced his mission on Friday afternoon. Carter hopes to join the ranks of Republicans in Washington who are the Middle East’s only democracy’s most reliable supporters in contrast to the Obama administration’s escalating hostility.
Carter announced his trip with this statement:
BETHEL, CT: Today, Republican US Senate Candidate Dan Carter announced he will embark on a fact finding mission to Tel Aviv, Israel.
“With so much uncertainty in the world I’m eager to travel to Israel to meet with leaders and dignitaries to discuss national security, and the global war on terror.
“My years of service in the military taught me that policies made from behind a desk or a politician’s microphone don’t always deliver desired results.
“I’m going to talk with leaders representing one of our nation’s greatest allies to better understand how we can work together to solve some of the world’s greatest problems.”
Representative Carter arrives in Tel Aviv, Israel Monday and returns to Connecticut
June 25, 2016 No Comments
Expect the State Elections Enforcement to adopt the terms of its surrender to the state’s Democtatic committee at a Wednesday morning. The SEEC is expected to end its investigation of illegal campaign spending by state Democrats on behalf of Democratic Governor Dannel P. Malloy’s 2014 re-election campaign.
The SEEC will take the unusual step of ending its investigation before obtaining evidence it has deemed crucial to upholding its public trust. The commission has been engaged in an extended battle to obtain emails exchanged among Malloy and a host of party operatives.
What price betrayal? We will begin to find out on Wednesday.
June 15, 2016 No Comments
There’s a fundraiser this afternoon in the 18th Senate District for Democratic hopeful Timothy Bowles. The event hosted by Governor Dannel P. Malloy crony Scott Bates. The sign on the truck summarizes the guest list. Bowles must be having trouble reaching the $15,000 threshold to qualify for public funding of his campaign.
May 15, 2016 Comments Off on A Greeting for Stonington Democrats.
Republican stalwart Pat Longo will not not seek another term as Connecticut’s Republican National Committeewoman. The Wilton Republican has served in party positions since 1961. She was elected to the RNC in 2007, after 14 years as the state party’s vice chair. In 2004, Longo made a brave run for the RNC against a crumbling Rowland administration favorite while many others were silent–or worse–in the face of corruption.
Greenwich Republican fundraiser Leora Levy, a Ted Cruz supporter, is expected to make a bid for The beloved Longo’s seat.
April 12, 2016 Comments Off on Pat Longo to Exit Republican National Committee–Stage Right.
Marine veteran Angel Luis Cadena is seeking the the Republcian nomination for the House of Representatives in Connecticut’s 3rd CD. News of Cadena’s candidacy was announced at a meeting of the the pro-gun Connecticut Citizens Defense League, Daily Ructions has learned.
The Shelton Republican made an unsuccessful bid for his party’s nomination for State Comptroller in 2014.
The 3rd CD has been represented since 1990 by Rosa DeLauro, left wing Democrat and generous house mother of disgraced Chicago mayor Rahm Emanuel.
February 20, 2016 Comments Off on Angel Luis Cadena Seeking Republican Nod in 3rd CD.
Waterbury Republican Stephanie Cummings announced she will seek the Republican nomination for the 74th House Disrtrict. The two term member of the board of alderman launched her campaign Friday with a warm endorsement from retiring incumbent Selim Noujaim. He called Cummings “competent, capable and worthy” in a campaign press release.
Cummings is a lawyer and lifelong Waterbury resident who has been active in a variety of volunteer organizations and “also founded a book drive that has collected nearly 30,000 books for Waterbury children.”
January 29, 2016 Comments Off on Cummings Launches Bid for Waterbury House Seat With Noujaim Endorsement.
MSNBC morning host and former U.S. Representative Joe Scarborough will host a small gathering of Connecticut Republicans at his New Canaan home on Saturday evening. The purpose of the dinner is the same one thousands of others are discussing around the state: How do we rescue Connecticut?
Scarborough, who was elected to Congress four times from a Florida district, occupies a powerful perch as co-host of the liberal network’s Morning Joe program. He’s used it to torment Governor Dannel Malloy and announce to a wider world beyond Connecticut Malloy’s manifold and ongoing failings.
June 25, 2015 Comments Off on Scarborough Hosts Saturday Conclave on Connecticut’s Future.
J.R. Romano wins a second ballot to lead Connecticut’s fractious state party committee. Joe Markley dropped out after the first ballot. Romano went on to defeat John Pavia.
June 23, 2015 Comments Off on Romano Wins GOP Race to Lead Party Committee.
A second ballot will begin after a recess–and some frantic horse trading.
June 23, 2015 Comments Off on Romano Leads on First Ballot. Falls Short of Majority.
Serious Republican competitors will be scrambling today to turn out a crowd of protesters to urges Governor Dannel P. Malloy to veto the budget the Democratic legislature passed Wednesday. Malloy announced in an email Saturday that he will be kicking off the Democrats’ 2015 campaign effort In Hartford Sunday at 12:45 p.m.
This is the sort of activity Joe Markley understands. Rivals John Pavia and J.R. Romano may have to strain to make an impression. Clock is ticking.
UPDATE: Fairfield Republicans organize.
June 4 at 8:56am ·
MALLOY TO VISIT FAIRFIELD SUNDAY – In a shocking turn of events, Fairfield First Selectman Mike Tetreau has asked Governor Malloy to headline his re-election campaign kick-off event Sunday at 3pm at the Southport Brewing Company. A rally is being planned across the street from the restaurant starting at 2:30pm to show opposition to the Governor’s Budget. If you do attend, we ask that everyone remain civil, do not block access and that everyone be respectful to the businesses in the complex. Southport Brewing Company is very supportive of many organizations in Fairfield and has been the venue for many political events and we hope you will all continue to support this local business.
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June 6, 2015 Comments Off on Republican Contest Leadership Test.