By Christine Stuart
WATERBURY, Conn. – Republican Tom Foley chose a VFW Hall in Waterbury Wednesday to make his second bid for governor official.
The former Ambassador to Ireland and chairman of NTC Group Foley announced in September that he was using public financing to explore a run for governor after using about $10 million of his own money on the race four years ago.
If elected, Foley, the 2010 Republican gubernatorial candidate who lost by just 6,404 votes, said he would cut the sales tax from 6.35 percent to 5.85 percent and invest more in strategies to help turn around Connecticut’s urban areas.
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