Connecticut

The Primary Ballot is Almost Set

The ballot for the gubernatorial primary in August is nearly finalized. Republicans Bob Stefanowski and David Stemerman were successful in their petition drives, and will join endorsed candidate Mark Boughton, Tim Herbst and Steve Obsitnik on the ballot. On the Democratic side, Joe Ganim also obtained enough signatures and will compete with endorsed candidate Ned Lamont. Guy Smith is still waiting to hear whether he will qualify.

Who do you think is the best candidate?

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Categories: Connecticut, Uncategorized

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  1. Bob Stefanowski is the best candidate for the job Not only does he have the financial acumen and expertise to balance the budget in Connecticut, but he is the most sensible and honest candidate running right now. he has not taken ANY state funding to run his campaign in this state already operating in the red, he will provide a refreshing change from the “career” politician who gets too wrapped up in his cliques or to whom he owes favors. He is a down to earth kind of person who genuinely cares about this state and its people

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  2. Patricia Nixon…also known as Patricia Stefanowski. Please CT voters, do not fall for Bob’s false promises. The guy has not voted in 17 years and has done nothing to criticize Governor Malloy over the last 8, until now. Plus, he claims to be a die-hard conservative, yet loves throwing his millions to Democrats.

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    • You have got to be kidding me!? Bob has the best credentials to handle the problems in Ct. He is an extremely successful businessman who genuinely can and wants to help. He has A thru Laffer on his team ( Reagan Chief economic strategist on his team). He is not fooling around. He is as honest as they come.. He is not fooling anyone. He is the real deal.

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