Foley on Taxes, Jobs, Guns, and the Governor


With the primary just over two weeks away, we are joined this Sunday by Republican candidate for governor, Tom Foley. During our taping the 2010 GOP gubernatorial nominee talked about taxes, tolls, guns, jobs and the man he barely lost to in 2010, Governor Dan Malloy.


Asking the questions along with me are Chris Keating of the Hartford Courant and Neil Vigdor of the Greenwich Time/Hearst Media. Foley also talked about a controversy from the 2010 race, and his primary rival this year John McKinney. We also asked him to weigh in on the explosive race that is the contest for lieutenant governor.

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6 Responses to Foley on Taxes, Jobs, Guns, and the Governor

  1. Julie says:

    I am so disgusted with government at this point, I am sorely tempted not to vote for anyone. The cost of living in this state is outrageous. It makes me angry that I am probably paying more in taxes for our modest 3 bedroom home than our neighbors, WalMart, Tractor Supply & Home Depot. I doubt that any of the candidates are more interested in helping the working class than in working for corporate America.

  2. dean morse says:

    The GOPs Blue Ribbon Commision were the ones supporting the closures of the states mental health hospitals.

  3. Bill Gagnon says:

    I will not vote for Tom Foley, or anyone else who refuses to resend the Unconstitutional gun ban. “The Right To Keep and Bare Arms SHALL NOT BE INFRINGED”, and it only prevents law abiding citizens from protecting them selves.

  4. Robert Meadows says:

    If you don’t support the 2nd amendment and won’t reduce taxes for the people of ct you don’t have my vote by by

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