Wants Tix for Senate and Gubernatorial Debates at The Bushnell? Forget It.

The Blogster was about 25th in line a few minutes ago at The Bushnell for the allegedly free tickets to witness the October 3 and 4th U.S. Senate and gubernatorial debates in the smaller auditorium.
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How Much More Vague Can a Candidate Be About Their Party Affiliation?

The Blogster, like most reporters, is an unaffiliated voter. The candidates know this because of the lists they get from the local voter registrars. They then tailor their mailed messages accordingly.
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Marsh Gets Past LWV Gatekeepers. Will Participate in Three “League” Gubernatorial Throwdowns

Tom Marsh, the Chester first selectman and Independent candidate for governor, just announced that the League of Women Voters of Connecticut has invited him to participate in three debates,
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New DOC Commissioner Doesn’t Like Antiquated Computer System

Speaking Thursday to the Criminal Justice Policy Advisory Commission, Leo Arnone, the new commissioner of the state Department of Correction, said that while local jails, particularly in the cities,
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Malloy, Foley, Trade Charges and TV Ads

  Tom Foley, the GOP gubernatorial candidate and Dannel Malloy, his Democratic counterpart, continue to exchange body blow on the air and in their news releases. Here’s Foley’s latest from Thursday
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Want to Put Your Money Where Your Car Bumper Could Be? Go to Hunt To Feed Dinner Friday in Seymour

The Inn at the Villa Bianca, on Rte 34 in Seymour, will be the site Friday night of the annual fund-raising event for the Hunt to Feed organization, which supports the donation of game to the
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Stamford Mayor Pavia, Like So Many Others, Forgets Independent Tom Marsh is Running for Governor

At this morning’s economic summit on the Stamford UConn campus, Mayor Michael A. Pavia declared that his city is the engine of the entire state economy. He then issued a list of more than a billion
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Malloy, Foley, Offer Different Directions for the State’s Economy

Stamford – During the fourth economic summit here on the UConn campus, Dan Malloy, the Democratic former local mayor and Tom Foley, the Greenwich private investor carrying the GOP banner, presented
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