Malloy welcomes debate, asks voters to judge him on his record

Th general election is Nov. 4.
Th general election is Nov. 4.

HARTFORD, Conn. – Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is asking the electorate to look at his entire record when they go to the polls in November.

Outside TOMZ Corporation, a 95,000-square-foot manufacturing facility in Berlin, Malloy was asked about the decision to include Nicole Hockley, a mother who lost her first-grade son Dylan in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, in his latest campaign ad.

“Listen, you’ve got to look at what elections are,” Malloy said Tuesday. “I have a record. It’s a record I’m proud of, having faced five natural disaster declarations and Sandy Hook. I think people need, or I would ask that they put it all in context.”

It’s still unclear at this point if Malloy will debate Sen.John McKinney or Tom Foley, nevertheless he said he’s willing to participate in a number of debates.

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3 responses to “Malloy welcomes debate, asks voters to judge him on his record”

  1. Norewalk Lifer

    You can bet your bottom dollar if Malloy ran away from Sandy Hook, the Republicans would use it in a campaign slogan, enough of this “holier than thou” bull crap!
    Malloy has a record, judge him on it, and vote.

    Norwalk Lifer

  2. One and Done.

    @Norwalk Lifer. No one takes issue with the job that Malloy did in the aftermath of Sandy Hook. He did the governor’s job as expected.
    We are taking issue with him exploiting it for political gain. He doesn’t credit the state or local police, paramedics, grief counselors, or the community. He takes the credit for himself and it is disgusting. Period.

  3. Norewalk Lifer


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