After President Donald Trump told a hate group to “stand back and stand by,” some Presidential debate viewers wondered if there should be any more debates this year. Connecticut political insiders and observers' views differ on what needs to change.
The fateful year 2020 is rapidly running out. It’s time to stop obsessing and whining and making futile guesses about the COVID virus, and start obsessing and whining and making futile guesses about the presidential election.
House Democrats call the U.S. to reaching 200,000 COVID-19 related deaths a “grim milestone,” and are continuing to urge Republicans to work with them to pass another federal coronavirus relief package.
Election officials in Connecticut’s towns and cities learned several lessons after the state’s primary election on what to expect for the upcoming general election. Most had to do with how absentee ballots were handled.