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Sen. Blumenthal gives thanks by opening Bridgeport office

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The Park City has certainly done its share to elect statewide Democratic candidates and keep Connecticut blue, so it’s nice that one of those – U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Greenwich – has decided to open up an office here.

Here’s the announcement of tomorrow’s pre-Thanksgiving announcement…

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BLUMENTHAL TO ANNOUNCE PLANS TO OPEN NEW SENATE OFFICE IN BRIDGEPORT
(Hartford, CT) – Tomorrow at 10:30am, U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) will join Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch to announce plans to open a regional U.S. Senate office in Bridgeport. This office, which will open next year, will be Blumenthal’s second office in Connecticut, and will enhance and expand Blumenthal’s outreach in Southwestern Connecticut.

WHO
• U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal
• Bridgeport Mayor Bill Finch
WHEN

10:30 AM
Wednesday, November 21, 2012

WHERE

Office of the Mayor
999 Broad Street
Bridgeport, CT 06604

Categories: General
Brian Lockhart

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2 Responses

  1. Tired of CT Liberals says:

    Yes, you can definitely say that the democrats living in Bridgeport…and of course the liberal welfare recipients are the idiots who,keep electing these liberal thieves, are responsible for continually electing officials that have destroyed this state.

    Highest taxes in the nation, yet over 50 mil in the red…after raising 77 taxes last year. Worst place to retire, start a business, etc…. But all these people in the inner city care about is gittin mo govt cheese.

    I have to wonder, what will the annual expense be of this unneeded office?

    We are a broke state, yet we refuse to cut spending.

    Way to go ghetto thugs, keep voting liberal to line your pockets with my money, as you destroy the state.

    Pathetic bunch of underachieving losers.

  2. Vito Ferrucci says:

    Thank you Senator Blumenthal. No thank you to Mayor Finch…who does nothing to bring businesses to Bridgeport that pay taxes and bring jobs