Mark Boughton

Boughton has problem raising enough money
12:36 pm
Fri June 20, 2014

Boughton suspends his Conn gubernatorial campaign

Republican Mayor Mark Boughton of Danbury has suspended his campaign for Connecticut governor. The mayor made the announcement in an email sent out by his campaign on Wednesday.

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Boughton and Lauretti team up on GOP ticket
4:38 pm
Tue June 10, 2014

Boughton campaign says Lauretti has enough signatures to qualify for GOP primary

Danbury, Connecticut Mayor Mark Boughton’s gubernatorial campaign said on Tuesday its collected more than the 8,190 signatures needed to get Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti on the ballot for Lieutenant Governor in the state GOP primary. The outcome of Lauretti’s petition drive will determine the lineup for the August 15th GOP gubernatorial primary. 

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Election 2014
10:29 am
Mon May 19, 2014

Conn. governor's race taking shape

File photos- Greenwich Businessman Tom Foley (left) and Governer Dannel Malloy (right)
Credit AP Photo/Jessica Hil

Connecticut Democrats endorsed Governor Dannel Malloy to run for a second term and state Republicans endorsed their 2010 candidate Greenwich businessman Tom Foley to challenge Malloy again. But the stage is not quite set for a rematch.

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Malloy and Foley 43-43 in gubernatorial poll
5:11 pm
Fri May 9, 2014

Conn Governor Dannel Malloy and GOP challenger Tom Foley tied in latest Q-Poll

Tom Foley listens to a question from the media during a news conference to announce he is running for governor, Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014, in Waterbury, Conn.
Credit AP Photo/Jessica Hill

A Quinnipiac University Poll released on Friday finds Connecticut Democratic Governor Dannel Malloy deadlocked in a hypothetical reelection rematch with Republican challenger Tom Foley. The poll finds Malloy and Foley tied at 43 percent each, no change from a Q Poll released in March.

    

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Gubernatorial candidate exits Bloomberg group
6:29 pm
Thu April 10, 2014

Boughton leaves Mayors Against Illegal Guns

Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton
Credit Craig LeMoult

Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton has dropped out of the group Mayors Against Illegal Guns.  Boughton, who is running for governor of Connecticut, made the announcement on his campaign website on Wednesday.  The Republican said he joined the group started by former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg because he believes the enforcement of existing gun laws is preferable to creating new gun laws. He says he believes in recent months Bloomberg's mission has changed from law enforcement to simply increasing gun regulations.

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