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November 03, 2010

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Terry Cowgill

Good analysis, Tim. I had not looked over the border into NYS. I guess both Scott Murphy and John Hall lost? One minor correction: CT has not had a Dem governor since 1990, when Bill O'Neil retired. After that, we had Republican-turned-independent Lowell Weiker, then Republicans Johnny Rowland and Jodi Rell.
And I am not convinced that Malloy has won, at least not yet. The AP has withdrawn its projection of Malloy as winner and there are mysteries in Bridgeport and New Haven. I'm sure the whole thing will wind up in court.

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