Special Election in Connecticut

If not for legislative special elections, I'd be suffering from a severe case of election deprivation. Today, voters in Connecticut's 15th House District ...
by | March 24, 2009

If not for legislative special elections, I'd be suffering from a severe case of election deprivation. Today, voters in Connecticut's 15th House District will elect a new representative to replace a Democrat who recently died. From the Hartford Courant's writeup, it sounds like the Democrat is favored.

The Republicans retained a House seat in Connecticut earlier this month, so now the Democrats get to try to hold serve. Democrats hold veto-proof majorities in both houses of the Connecticut legislature.

Josh Goodman
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