Saturday, November 01, 2014
By Mark Pazniokaswww.ctmirror.org
Bridgeport -– On a day of cold rain and hot rhetoric, a new poll and a bit of trash talk, the campaigns of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Tom Foley intersected today in Connecticut’s largest city, where the final votes were counted in 2010.
The first-term Democrat and his Republican challenger each rallied supporters before crossing paths downtown at an NAACP luncheon, where Malloy won strong applause at each mention of common victories: a higher minimum wage, a law mandating paid sick days and strong gun controls.
“We’re moving,” Malloy said. “Let’s keep going.”
Foley said urban policy would be a major priority of a Foley administration. He acknowledged Mayor Bill Finch, a Democrat who shared a table with Malloy.
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