BOSTON — Attorney General Maura Healey will appoint a special prosecutor to investigate a prominent Hub law firm’s track record of paying back its lawyers and spouses for donations made to both Massachusetts and national Democrats after state …
The 2014 re-election campaign of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy will not be hit with any criminal charges. The CT Post is reporting that the federal grand jury examining possible campaign irregularities will not bring charges. At issue was one million dollars from a federal account of the Democratic State Central Committee that was used for Malloy’s campaign, despite the fact he had been given $6.5 million under the state’s public-financing program.
“From the start we really did believe and we continue to share that there was no wrongdoing in 2014,” Democratic Party Executive Director Michael Mandell told the CT Post.
With the campaign cleared, talk of Malloy seeking a third-term will grow, despite his low approval ratings in the polls.