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Rell Offers Perspective On Campaign Finance Changes »
Special Interest Funding Drops Under Clean Election Program »
Election Regulators Call On Malloy To Save Clean Elections »
Advocates Say Elimination of Clean Elections Program Would Cost Connecticut »
Clean Elections Program On The Chopping Block »
SEEC Says Ganim Should Not Be Allowed To Participate In Public Financing »
OP-ED | Is the Citizens Election Program Worth Saving? »
Democratic Lawmakers Defend Citizens Election Program »
Visconti Enters Race For Governor, And Will Bypass Republican Nomination Convention »
Ganim Contemplates Statewide Office, Asks For Access To Public Funds »
SEEC Makes Pitch To Strengthen Campaign Laws »
Boughton Says He’s Fundraising for Possible Gubernatorial Run »
Early Bills for 2016 Session Focus on Tax Reform »
OP-ED | The Long, Quiet Death of Campaign Finance Reform »
Dems Would Scrap Clean Election Program To Balance Budget »
Former House Republican Chief of Staff Sentenced to Year and a Day in Kickback Scheme »
House Passes Significant Campaign Reforms; Will the Senate Take Up the Bill? »
OP-ED | Connecticut Legislature Should Close Loopholes to Preserve Citizens Election Program »
Visconti Tries To Steer Opponents Toward Budget Deficit »
Deadline To Qualify For Public Financing Is Friday »
Third Time’s The Charm For Foley & Public Financing »
Malloy, Nine Other Candidates Awarded Public Funding »
Merrill Becomes First To Qualify »
Malloy, Wyman Say They Qualify »
Heavy Hitters Ride to the Rescue For Dems Under New Fundraising Rules »
Foley Embraces Public Financing In Second Bid For Guv »
Boughton Paints Himself As A ‘Blue Collar’ Republican In Exploring Statewide Bid »
Despite Latest Evidence of Corruption, Lawmakers Consider Giving More Money to Parties, PACs »
Senator Seeks To Protect Integrity of Public Campaign Fund »
Former Senator Charged With Campaign Finance Fraud »