What we stand for:

The Connecticut for Lieberman Party (CFL) rejects the fraud perpetrated on the members of this party and the citizens of Connecticut by Joe Lieberman when he used the creation of this party to get on the general election ballot in 2006. The CFL is an independent, anti-war, anti-corruption, pro-fiscal responsibility, pro-democracy party, that stands for individual liberties and real problem-solving in government. The CFL wants everyone to know that in the United States of America, voters are free to join any party they wish, and participate in the democratic process according to the laws of Connecticut and the United States.

Thursday, July 22, 2010

CFL U.S. Senate nominee John Mertens in Debate July 27 in Hartford

From John's website: http://www.mertens2010.com/

Dr. John Mertens will be one of four candidates participating in the U.S. Senate debate on Tuesday at 7 pm. The event will be broadcast by CT-N. See the press release below for details. Admission is free.

PRESS RELEASE July 21, 2010
From: Susan Kniep, President, The Federation of Connecticut Taxpayer Organizations

YOU ARE INVITED TO THE JULY 27 DEBATE For the U. S. Senatorial Candidates
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
Trinity College, Mather Hall, The Washington Room
300 Summit St., Hartford, CT

The Federation is delighted to announce a U. S. Senatorial Debate to be held on Tuesday, July 27, 2010, at 7 PM at Trinity College, Mather Hall, in the Washington Room.

All candidates for U. S. Senate have been invited to attend. We have received confirmation of attendance from Rob Simmons, Peter Schiff, John Mertens, and Warren Mosler. We would be delighted to have Linda McMahon and Richard Blumenthal participate as well.

The moderator will be a representative of the Journal Inquirer Newspaper of Manchester. We have invited various nonprofit organizations to submit questions of importance to their mission, to include CBIA, the Federalist Society, Yankee Institute and Voices for Children.

Sunday, July 4, 2010

Statewide Party Caucus on August 12, 2010, to Nominate Four Candidates for State Representative

The Connecticut for Lieberman Party is holding a second 2010 Statewide Party Caucus on August 12, 2010 at 9 PM, at 86 Sisson Avenue, Hartford, Connecticut. The purpose of the caucus is to formally nominate four candidates running for State Representative, according to party rules and Connecticut statutes. Three of the candidates have been collecting signatures to get on the ballot. One ballot line (Rocky Hill, 29th District) is open. Interested candidates should email the state central committee: