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Spin Doctors Selling Local Election Results »
Next Year Connecticut Voters Will Get Immediate Election Results, But Not In 2017 »
Republicans Target Malloy Even Though He’s Not On The Ballot »
Merrill Announces Voter Registration Partnership With AAA »
Registrars of Voters Begin School On Monday »
Primary Elections To Be Held On A Wednesday This Year »
State Cracks Down On Out-Of-State Businesses »
Merrill: Enough is Enough »
Connecticut’s Turnout in 2014 Election Was Nearly 56 Percent »
Problems at the Polls Highlight Limitations of Locally Operated Election System »
Voters Reject Constitutional Amendment for Early Voting »
Only One of the Constitutional Races Was Called Tuesday »
Malloy Campaign Heads to Court After Early Confusion at Hartford Polls; Obama Calls WNPR »
Lumaj Proposes Banning Some Convicts From Public Office »
20 Connecticut Social Entrepreneurs Convert Their Companies to Benefit Corporations »
Voters Will Have To Answer A Question On Election Day »
GOP Voter Turnout Was 21 Percent »
Voter Turnout In Republican Primary Expected to Be Around 25 Percent »
Merrill: Lauretti Falls Short By 1,467 Signatures »
Merrill Becomes First To Qualify »
Merrill Teams Up With Nonprofits To Boost Voter Registration »
Merrill Not Ready To Mandate Electronic Reporting of Election Results »
Merrill Newsletter Didn’t Violate State Statute »
CT Residents Can Now Register To Vote Online »
State Plans A Website Makeover »
Merrill Estimates That 2,900 Voters Registered & Voted On Nov. 5 »
Merrill Announces Re-Election Bid »
A week later, Connecticut Finally Posts Last Local Return for Election 2013 »
Election Day Registration Called A Success »
Not Registered to Vote? Not A Problem »