Less than four months after losing his bid for a seventh Mohegan Tribal Council term, Mark Brown has won a special election to fill the council seat vacated by his younger brother, Kevin, who...
Mayor and city councilors are sworn in during a Monday night ceremony at the Garde Arts Center.
Waterford's first selectman leaves position after 14 years in office.
2019 Debate Schedule
|Waterford First Selectman candidates
||Sept. 26, 2019 @ 7 p.m.
||Waterford High School
|New London Mayoral candidates
||Oct. 10, 2019 @ 6 p.m.
||C.B. Jennings International Magnet School
|Preston First selectmen candidates
||Oct. 17, 2019 @ 7 p.m.
||Preston Plains Schools
|Old Lyme Selectmen
||Oct. 23, 2019 @ 7 p.m.
||Old Lyme Middle School
|Montville Mayoral race
||Oct. 24, 2019 @ 7 p.m.
||Montville High School
||Oct. 28, 2019 @ 7 p.m.
||Stonington Commnity Center (COMO)
|East Lyme First Selectmen
||Oct. 29, 2019 @ 7 p.m.
||East Lyme High School
The town's first ever all-women Board of Selectmen was sworn in during a ceremony on Monday at Town Hall.
The longtime first selectman officially retires Monday after serving 24 years as Preston first selectman.
The mayor might want to be more realistic about the state of the city, as he starts a new term.
Republican school board candidate Thomas Turner, who trailed board Chairman Democrat Sean Nugent by 13 votes, declined a recount Friday.
Two candidates who lost close Election Day races have waived their right to seek recounts.
Democrat and board Chairman Sean Nugent was elected over Republican incumbent Thomas Turner by 13 votes, triggering an automatic recount.
Residents were still processing election outcomes Wednesday after Republicans swept the ballot in all contested races Tuesday night and longtime First Selectman Timothy Griswold ousted Democratic...
Sandra Allyn-Gauthier credited the preparation work over the past year, along with help from supporters, for her overwhelming victory in Tuesday’s election.
Danielle Chesebrough defeats John Prue to be Stonington's first-ever first selectwoman.
Mayor Ron McDaniel was reelected Tuesday night, defeating Republican challenger Thomas McNally
Republican Selectman Rob Brule defeated Democrat Beth Sabilia in the race for first selectman, extending the GOP's hold on the Board of Selectmen for four more years.
Nickerson was elected to his third full term on Tuesday, winning by a close margin against Democratic challenger Camille Alberti.
Rain is in the forecast for much of today as voters head to their polling places to decide on this year's local elections, including two mayoral races.
Though not required by law or the election commission, it seems that, wherever there's a polling place, a bake sale will be nearby.
Republicans swept most of the races in Tuesday's municipal election.
Mayor Fred Allyn III was reelected to the top seat in town by a vote of 2,160 to 555 over petitioning candidate Robert Lawrence on Tuesday night.
Dems fill many of the available seats.
With few exceptions, Republican candidates for the Board of Finance, the Board of Education and the Representative Town Meeting dominated Tuesday's voting.
For the second election in a row, Democrats swept the 9-member Town Council, fighting back challenges from Republicans in Tuesday's election.
Norwich Democrats won a 4-3 majority on the City Council and retained their 6-3 majority on the Board of Education.
Five new faces will join the seven-member Board of Education. Four incumbents sought re-election this year; Jason L. Catala, a Democrat, Susan Tierney, who is unaffiliated but ran as a Republican...
The 4-3 Democratic majority is a swing from the current 5-2 Republican majority.
Incumbent Democratic Mayor Michael Passero secured a second four-year term in office on Tuesday with a resounding victory over two opponents.
A mix of new and experienced public figures will take office after Tuesday night's election, with First Selectman Kevin Lyden returning to the town's top seat after an uncontested race.
Democratic First Selectman Steve Mattson was elected to his second term with 580 votes Tuesday night.
Michael Urgo, an Independent candidate endorsed by town Democrats, defeated Republican challenger Brett L. Mastroianni to secure a second term in office.
Democrat June Strunk and Republican Deborah Downie were elected to the Board of Selectmen Tuesday meaning along with new First Selectwoman Danielle Chesebrough they will form the first all-female...
The Board of Selectmen is entirely new, and with Hattie Wucik's retirement, Jill Keith is the new tax collector/town clerk.
Norwich voters approve $5 million bond for roadwork.
Outgoing First Selectman Robert Congdon endorsed Allyn-Gauthier, who received 1,017 votes to Gregory Moran's 516.
Election Day in southeastern Connecticut will usher in new administrations in several towns and serve as a referendum on two candidates involved in political controversies.
Crystal Whipple won her fourth council term while Merrill Reels won his second term. In a separate vote, Councilor Latoya Cluff was elected vice chairwoman, outpolling Whipple.
Where to find your polling place on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Voters who became qualified to vote by age, citizenship or residence after Oct. 29 but before Nov. 5 are eligible to register Nov. 4 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
Tactics of umbrage, attacks and lies seem to be creeping into local Connecticut politics
A complaint received by the State Elections Enforcement Commission alleged that David Preka lives at 16 Susan Terrace in Waterford, though he has listed his Mystic business as his residence and is...
An organization that states it is focused on "unrigging" the state’s election system has endorsed unaffilated voter Danielle Chesebrough in the race for Stonington first selectman and...