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CT Dems' substance free debate

Nicole Tardif - July 13, 2018

Last night, Connecticut’s Democrat contenders to lead Hartford faced off in the first debate of their primary season. As the August 14th vote gets closer, the split between Connecticut Democrats, and both of their candidates’ lack of focus on bettering the Nutmeg state is becoming more and more apparent.

Instead of focusing on the crumbling economy of Connecticut, the Democrats spent their time discussing absurdities, such as convicted felon Joe Ganim’s time in the big house providing “a renewed commitment to accountability and transparency,” and Dan Malloy’s disciple Ned Lamont justifying the amount of bathrooms in his private residence.

“Last night’s debate further solidified the fact that Connecticut Democrats are not ready for November, whether they nominate Dan Malloy’s tax-hiking disciple or the convicted felon. Connecticut is in dire need of fresh leadership that Republicans are more than ready to provide.” –RNC Spokesperson Nicole Tardif


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