Ned Lamont

The third time's the charm for Lamont after two previous bids for Connecticut office failed.
The wealthy businessman is expected to face a tough general election.
Among those who had testified in favor of the bill was Cheryl Folston, a former livery service driver from Newington, Conn
Lieberman's last two years in the Senate will define his legacy. And we can only hope that they will bring out the best for all of the residents of Connecticut and the country.
Nominating a more conservative candidate because she or he is the more electable Democrat is sometimes necessary, but nominating more conservative Democrats who can't win anyway is pointless.
As economists warn against the danger of a monopoly of industry in distorting and destroying an economy, our two party monopoly on government is causing similar effects on our political system.
In backing challenges to GOP moderates, the Tea Party looks like a looking-glass version of the "netroots" progressives who backed Howard Dean in 2004 and Ned Lamont's primary challenge to Sen. Joe Lieberman.
(AP) - Former Stamford Mayor Dannel P. Malloy is leading Ned Lamont in the Democratic nomination for governor in Connecticut
However today's elections play out, Democrats will be in better shape after voters go to the polls.
For all the pride the accompanies rousing speeches, parades, and campaigns, those things are only talismen of what America
The Malloy campaign is being run on Connecticut's public-finance system. Malloy's budget is approximately a fifth the size of Ned Lamont's $10,000,000 (and counting).
   What "deregulation" actually means Ahem. Seriously, though, I've been pounding this point for a few months now -- Democrats
With Crist still in the Senate race as an independent candidate come election day, nothing will stop Marco Rubio from taking over.
The ad touts how Lamont "took on Joe Lieberman and George Bush." Watch the ad: Recent polls show Lamont leading potential
If Blanche Lincoln loses despite the endorsement of Bill Clinton and others, it will be another example of the democratic leadership being at least a step or two behind their party's electorate, even in a state like Arkansas.
It seems like a dour, depressing time for American politics. What might have been the lessons learned from the Obama campaign
If Blanche Lincoln and Arlen Specter survive the Democratic primary, it will only get worse. There is no guarantee Specter or Lincoln would beat their Republican challengers in November - in fact, odds are against it.
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Tea Partiers will vote overwhelmingly Republican in November -- unless they stay home in protest. To gain their support, the GOP will have to nominate candidates who are less electable and more radical.
Who knew Pennsylvania Senator Arlen Specter would emerge as one of the most vocal opponents in the Senate of the President's military escalation in Afghanistan?