Lamont and Stefanowski to bypass public campaign funding as early candidates qualify
Attorney General William Tong and Dominic A. Rapini, a candidate for Secretary of State, this week became the first candidates for statewide office to qualify for public campaign finance in Connecticut in 2022.
The State Elections Implementation Commission approved a $968,250 general election grant for Tong, an unopposed Democrat for his party’s nomination, and $484,125 for Rapini’s primary for the Republican nomination.
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