Dannel Patrick Malloy, former Stamford mayor, will become CT’s 88th governor and first Democrat to hold the job in two decades when he is sworn in Wednesday.
As a former candidate for governor, Ridgefield First Selectman Rudy Marconi knows Connecticut’s $4 billion deficit will mean higher taxes and local revenue cuts.
Gov.-Elect Andrew Cuomo is hitting the ground running as he prepares to start his new job on Jan. 1, 2011. He’s even getting an early start. Cuomo will take the oath of office two hours early at 10 p.m. on Friday.
When Dan Malloy was elected governor of Connecticut, there was an enthusiastic show of thumbs up from members of the business community in Fairfield County.
On January 5, 2011, Jodi Rell leaves the Connecticut state capitol and Dan Malloy takes over as governor.
The latest figures show Connecticut added 2,500 new jobs in November, a sign of hope for a state that’s stands last in the nation in job growth.
Democratic leaders who demanded that the top Assembly Republican apologize may have gotten more than they asked for.
The Democrat said that the departments of Transportation, Education, Social Services and Environmental Protection are too important make a rushed decision.
Navigating the mighty Hudson, Cuomo was taken underneath the Tappan Zee Bridge to check out the aging structure from the side that most people don’t see.
State lawmakers are predicting a dramatic change at Connecticut’s Capitol when Dan Malloy takes office in January.
The Quinnipiac University Poll released Tuesday finds Christie’s job approval rating at 51 percent, but only 24 percent think he’d be good in the White House.
Dan Malloy has defeated Republican Tom Foley to become the first Democrat in two decades to be elected governor of Connecticut.
There was election drama in Connecticut on Thursday. Two days after residents cast their votes, they’re still waiting for word on who will be their next governor.
Connecticut’s race for governor was finally over Wednesday night. Or was it? Democrat Dan Malloy has been declared the winner, but Republican Tom Foley is refusing to concede.
Cuomo will get the chance to clean up Albany, following his resounding victory over Tea Party upstart Carl Paladino, who lost by a margin of almost two to one.