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Governor Talks Polls, His Record, and Likeability

Four years this week Dan Malloy’s quest to become governor got a big boost thanks to a Quinnipiac University poll showing him nine points ahead of Republican rival Tom Foley. 108 more words

Foley up 6 points on Malloy

According to a recent Quinnipiac University poll Tom Foley is up 6 points of Governor Malloy. I could not locate the margin for error but it is surely below 6%, indicating Tom Foley is in the lead. 15 more words

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Poll: Foley Has 6-point Lead On Malloy In Connecticut Governor's Race

HARTFORD, Conn. (CBSNewYork/AP) — A statewide poll shows Republican Tom Foley leading incumbent Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy by six percentage points as voters give the challenger high marks on the key issues of… 362 more words

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Debate Season

With the latest poll showing a very close race for governor the 2014 debates are taking on a new level of importance.

Governor Dannel Malloy and Tom Foley have agreed to more than a half dozen debates and candidate forums between now and Election Day. 65 more words

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Foley up by 6 in new Quinnipiac poll

HAMDEN, Conn. (WTNH) — A Quinnipiac University poll released Wednesday shows Republican Tom Foley with a six point lead over incumbent Gov. Dannel Malloy in the race for governor of Connecticut. 157 more words

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Q-Poll: Jobs Woes Give Foley 6-Point Lead On Malloy

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ A statewide poll shows Republican Tom Foley leading Gov. Dannel P. Malloy by six percentage points as voters give the challenger high marks on the key issues of jobs and the economy and government spending. 103 more words

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Cash Keeps Coming in Governor's Race

Add another nearly $2 million in PAC money to the tally in Connecticut’s race for governor.

According to filings with the State Elections Enforcement Commission first reported by the Connecticut Mirror, the political action committee Connecticut Forward, an affiliate of the Democratic Governors Association, collected $1.15 million from two national public employee unions, while the Republican Governors Association added another $800,000 to Grow Connecticut, a Republican PAC with ties to challenger Tom Foley. 85 more words

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