Election 2013

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November Ballot Referendum
10:40 am
Tue November 5, 2013

NY deciding whether to allow gambling expansion

Max Trevino, 8, accompanies his grandmother Peggy O'Brian as she votes at Public School 6, in New York City, Tuesday Nov. 5, 2013.
Credit AP Photo/Richard Drew

New Yorkers are deciding Tuesday if they want to allow seven new Las Vegas-style casinos in the state.

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Conn. Municipal Elections 2013
6:48 pm
Mon November 4, 2013

Majority of Conn. cities and towns holding municipal elections

A voter prepares to insert his marked ballot into an electronic scanner to register his vote in a municipal election in North Haven, Conn., (file photo)
Credit AP Photo/Bob Child

Voters are casting ballots in municipal elections in several Connecticut cities and towns on Tuesday. New Haven is the largest city in the state in which a mayor’s office is at stake. 

Tuesday’s municipal elections in Connecticut are the first in which voters will be allowed to register and vote on the same day.  Secretary of the State Denise Merrill says this is good news for voters who previously would have been locked out of the process.

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Election 2013
12:24 am
Mon November 4, 2013

New Haven mayoral candidates in a last push for votes

State Senator Toni Harp (left) stumps for votes at a rally in New Haven on Friday November 1st. Alderman Justin Elicker (right) at his New Haven mayoral campaign headquarters on Friday November 1st.
Credit Ebong Udoma

Tuesday’s election for mayor in New Haven, Connecticut, pits a veteran state politician against a relative newcomer. Sixty-six year-old state Senator Toni Harp, a New Haven resident for the past 40 years, hopes her 20 years of experience at the state Capitol will help sway voters her way. Thirty eight-year-old city Alderman Justin Elicker has lived in New Haven for six years. He hopes his newcomer status will attract enough voters to swing the election his way.

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Election 2013
4:08 pm
Tue October 29, 2013

Norwalk Mayor Moccia, opponent Rilling face off Tuesday

Democratic mayoral candidate Harry Rilling and Republican Mayor Dick Moccia share a quick conversation before a debate at the Norwalk Inn Tuesday morning.
Credit Kaomi Goetz

Republican Mayor Dick Moccia and Democratic challenger Harry Rilling sparred over the city's progress on economic development, diversity on the city's boards and commissions, NEON and more on Tuesday at a breakfast event sponsored by the Norwalk Chamber of Commerce at the Norwalk Inn.  The four-term mayor says he's proud of his record; Rilling says more should've been accomplished over the last eight years. 

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November 5th election
8:38 am
Fri October 25, 2013

Stamford mayoral candidates meet in last debate before election

Candidates (l to r) David Martin, John Zito, Kathleen Murphy, Michael Fedele
Credit Kaomi Goetz

The last debate of Stamford candidates for mayor took place at the Ferguson Library on Thursday evening. Candidates Michael Fedele, Kathleen Murphy, David Martin and John Zito  and  answered questions about the city budget, how they'd staff their cabinet, how Stamford should protect itself against future storms,  medical marijuana and other topics. The debate was sponsored by the League of Women Voters.

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