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Budget battle insights

The 2011 budget battle continues to be waged on Capitol Hill with the Senate vote on Paul Ryan’s, R-Wis., controversial budget plan put off yet again. The plan that, among other things, proposes to […] Continue Reading…


Birther movement quiets down

Following the election of the nation’s first African American president, backlash by a virulent new breed of fanatics who seemingly use patriotism as a thin veil for racism, began metastasizing. Although it’s a relatively […] Continue Reading…


Foster Fundraiser Gets GOP Nudge

Both when she was only exploring a run for Mayor of the City of Bridgeport and after she officially announced her candidacy, Mary-Jane Foster has proven to be quite adept at fundraising and at […] Continue Reading…


Long-time Bridgeport activist announces mayoral candidacy

Long-time, Bridgeport urban-issues and environmental activist, Jeff Kohut, has announced that he has filed papers with the Bridgeport Town Clerk’s office to officially register as a mayoral candidate in the November 8 municipal election, […] Continue Reading…


Meet John Gomes: Democratic candidate for mayor

Three candidates will challenge Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch in the upcoming Democratic primary for the city’s top seat. Mary Jane Foster, vice president of university relations at the University of Bridgeport, local real estate […] Continue Reading…


Special election in 126th District a victory for Testa, mayor

The Rev. Charles Stallworth will be the city’s newest state representative after capturing the Feb. 22 special election to replace former Rep. Chris Caruso, who represented the 126th District but left to take a […] Continue Reading…


Carlos Silva in 136th race

State Rep. Christopher Caruso recently resigned from his elected position. He accepted a job from Gov. Dannel P. Malloy as urban development advisor in the state Department of Economic and Community Development. On Feb. […] Continue Reading…


Election Will Be A Game Changer

Politics has taken center stage once again in the Park City, thanks to State Rep. Chris Caruso’s appointment to the state economic development office. (Just because politics is the talk of the town, doesn’t […] Continue Reading…


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