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Exuberant Lamont: It’s time to ‘reinvent Connecticut’

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“Edward Miner Lamont Jr., an unlikely Democratic standard bearer as a wealthy Greenwich businessman whose family tree includes titans of Wall Street and a left-wing philosopher, took office Wednesday as the 89th governor of Connecticut, a state buoyed by great wealth and burdened by decades of fiscal mismanagement. Lamont, 65, who once said he looks like a Republican and thinks like a Democrat, faces the challenge of delivering on a campaign that promised a blend…

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Candidates Kick-Off Campaign Season at Century Club

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Redding Democrats held their annual Century Club on Sunday under a crisp, early-autumn sky. Guests came to hear from the Democratic candidates on this year’s ballot, with Congressman Jim Himes and Senator Richard Blumenthal kicking off the fundraising event in preparation for the election on November 6th. Himes and Blumenthal spoke about the many pressing issues in Washington, and their work to protect the rights of every American, including minorities, women’s issues and the seriousness…

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Democrats March in Newtown’s Labor Day Parade

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National, state and local candidates came together to march in Newtown’s annual Labor Day parade this weekend. Democrats are proud of the party’s roots in the labor movement — but the regressive policies of the right mean we have a fight on our hands. With an all-out assault on unions and all working Americans by the Republican Party, we must vote the Democratic line November 6th! Photo Credit: Paula Darlington

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Redding DTC Elects Leadership

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  The Democratic Town Committee held its regular meeting on Thursday, September 28th, where three officers were elected to their positions: Selectman Peg O’Donnell will serve as Treasurer, following the resignation of Sara Sobel earlier in the week; Vice Chair Mary Ann Carman has replaced Daniel Barrett as Secretary; and Daniel Barrett will serve as Chair, following the decision by Mark Lewis to resign from that role. Mike D’Agostino and Margi Esten will serve as…

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