Voters were expected to rubber-stamp Republican President Donald Trump and former Democratic Vice President Joe Biden in Connecticut's quiet presidential primary on Tuesday, while also determining the final GOP candidates in two congressional races.
Between COVID-19 restrictions and residual power outages from Tropical Storm Isaias, Primary Day may be a bit of a challenge for voters and poll workers.
The governor is expected to further discuss his plan to reopen schools this fall during the coronavirus pandemic.
NEW LONDON, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut voters will rubber-stamp the presidential nominees and decide a number of down-ballot races Tuesday, but the result everyone will be watching for is how the primary itself comes off.
Twitter said it had restricted President Donald Trump's campaign from tweeting after its account shared a video containing false claims about the coronavirus.
President Donald Trump criticized Dr. Deborah Birx in a Monday tweet after she warned the pandemic is "extraordinarily widespread" in the US.
President Donald Trump explicitly floated delaying November's presidential election on Thursday, lending extraordinary voice to persistent concerns that he will seek to circumvent voting in a contest where he currently trails his opponent by double digits.
A week after appearing to project a more serious tone about the coronaviru s, President Donald Trump is back to spreading misinformation about how to combat the virus and the credibility of Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert.
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- Heat continues Wednesday, along with storm chance
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