The wealthy businessman is expected to face a tough general election.
The House and Senate campaign arms have drawn criticism for weighing in on primary candidates.
“This is not about our desire to rig the map.”
Comparisons between the seismic events that shook Germany during the 1930s and this country's political climate in 2016 must be made with care, but they're hardly tenuous. To ignore the similarities would be at best careless; in the nuclear age, it could be catastrophic.
“People are watching this, people are engaged," said one congressman. "We’ve got to do our part.”
"People working for Bernie Sanders wouldn’t like all of their emails released tomorrow.”
Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy gave us a taste today of what can be achieved when good government works closely with caring and motivated constituents -- the end of veteran homelessness in his state.
Too many people are locked up on minor charges because they can't afford bail before trial, Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy says.
Guess which party says equal pay laws will encourage frivolous lawsuits?
"A lot of my memories are of the parents who I had to tell or the spouses I had to tell, who weren't going to be reunited that day."
At the July 25th summer meeting of the National Governors Association there was an unexpected bipartisan call to arms against drug abuse.
This week Gov. Dannel Malloy of Connecticut wisely announced a new electric car rebate program that gives a more immediate discount than any other state has provided to date; you get the rebate right at the dealership, whether you're leasing or buying the car. In the car-selling world, they call that "cash on the hood of the car."
Governors in nearly a half-dozen states want to cut state spending on colleges and universities to help close budget shortfalls