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News Junkie: Fasano steps aside; Srinivasan reaches fundraising goal

HARTFORD, Conn. — Senate Republican President Len Fasano made it clear Wednesday that he’s not running for governor in 2018.

Fasano, who succeeded John McKinney in leading the Senate Republican caucus, said he had intended to wait until the state budget was resolved to make a decision. However, as the budget process continues it’s become clear that it could be another month before a state budget is finalized.

“I knew it was time to choose my path and let others know where I stand,” Fasano said in an emailed statement. “It is only fair to the other hard working candidates, delegates, the party and the public to be upfront so that others can make important decisions to move the election process forward.”

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