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Outrageous claims boost Democrats

Congressional candidate Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh, as reported in Oct. 14 debate coverage, defended her descriptions of President Obama as a “fascist” for supporting low-income housing initiatives, and “racist” for, as she expressed on her radio program...

Elect GOP governor? He'll pass on that

Voting for Republicans is not voting for change, it is about bringing back the very same people with the same old ideas, who drove us off the cliff in 2008. Remember that when you go to the polls on Tuesday, Nov. 4.

Foley's Iraq record should dissuade voters

Does Connecticut need, as governor, someone with that kind of record?

Stop election excess

Why not spend less money and less time for elections and address hunger? \n

Police union leaders wrong to back Malloy

Perhaps the union should not endorse any candidate?

Some Wright support from childhood friend

Elissa Wright has the experience that we need in Hartford.

Happy with Formica's pro-business agenda

Eastern Connecticut needs experienced, pro-business leaders like Paul in Hartford.

'Hard Day's Night' created a lifelong memory

I had witnessed Beatlemania and I’m proud I was there.

Mike France will be good for business

Residents of the 42nd District have a distinct choice in the upcoming Election!

Formica's record shows he's ready

Our legislature in Hartford needs this kind of approach to governing. I urge all the voters in the 20th Senatorial District to join me in electing Paul Formica as our State Senator.

Riley in 46th

State Representative Emmett Riley has dedicated himself to serving the people of Norwich.

Rep. Riley fights to help Norwich

Emmett Riley will be an effective advocate for our advocate for our community as our state Representative and I hope anyone who is concerned with education, the core of our elderly and fiscal responsibility will join me in voting for him this year.

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