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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

06/29/10 Foley for Governor Campaign Comments on Gubernatorial Debate

Today the Republican and Democrat candidates for Governor of Connecticut participated in a debate with the Stamford Chamber of Commerce, Greenwich Chamber of Commerce, and Keep CT Moving. Tom Foley for Governor Campaign Manager Justin Clark released the following statement following the debate:

“Thanks to the Stamford Chamber of Commerce, Greenwich Chamber of Commerce, and Keep CT Moving for putting together a terrific venue for discussing issues that are important to Connecticut citizens. It provided an opportunity for voters to get a better understanding of the candidates’ views. Tom Foley put forward his vision for Connecticut and it came through in that debate. He won it by articulating a clear Plan Forward for Connecticut, and demonstrating how he is the only candidate for governor who will balance the budget without raising taxes, will bring back jobs and the economy and get Connecticut working again.”


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06/29/10 Back Injury forces Greenwich's Pastore to withdraw from Ike

Topix Greenwich
Greenwich News - June 29, 2010
David Pastore was one player who hoped the rain didn't subside during the first round of the Ike Championship Monday.
As New York officials continue to search for two coyotes who attacked a young girl in Rye Friday night, Greenwich animal control officers said residents should take precautions to avoid any confrontations with the animal on this side of the border.
Tod's Driftway could sure use a HOV lane. Drivers leaving Greenwich Point Park, where the second of back-to-back fireworks shows will be staged Saturday night for the Independence weekend, are expected to face a wait of at least an hour.
Malloy wants universal pre-kindergarten in Conn. SUSAN HAIGH AP Political Writer HARTFORD -- Former Stamford Mayor Dan Malloy, the endorsed Democratic candidate for governor, wants universal access to pre-kindergarten in Connecticut within four years.
In this Sept. 30, 2009 file photo, the moon rises above New York as the Empire State Building is lit in red and yellow in honor of communist China's 60th anniversary.
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Grumbling in lower Fairfield County about how Hartford sets or neglects economic, transportation and tax policies is a staple of Connecticut politics.
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