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Malloy’s new TV ad touts challenges, progress

HARTFORD, Conn. – “Strength. Conviction. Progress.”

Election 2014
Campaigning for the November election is underway

Those are the three words Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s

re-election campaign wants you to remember about him, according to his first campaign ad.

Malloy’s campaign purchased more than $254,500 television time between today and July 20.

The 60-second ad titled Tough Times highlights the natural disasters that have impacted the state, along with the Sandy Hook School shooting, and the $3.67 billion budget deficit.

See the complete story at CT News Junkie.

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5 responses to “Malloy’s new TV ad touts challenges, progress”

  1. John Hamlin

    With Foley agreeing not to touch the public employee unions, there’s no reason to vote against Malloy, who should walk away with the election with no problem.

  2. EveT

    The “Primary 2014” graphic displaying with this story is kind of confusing. Malloy is not in a primary, is he? The Hartford Courant reported that challenger Jonathan Pelto is “barnstorming parts of the state this week in an effort to collect the signatures he needs to earn a place on the November ballot.” Pelto is petitioning to run as an independent in the general election, not as a Democrat in the primary, is that right?

    1. Mark Chapman

      @EveT

      You are right, of course. We were so excited to break out our spiffy new election logos that, well, I goofed. The correct version is up.
      Thanks.

  3. piberman

    Is a new TV now “real news” in CT and Norwalk ?

  4. Three Card Malloy

    Besides lying about his financial record, did he really just use the Sandy Hook tragedy to promote himself? Can he possibly go lower than this?
    .
    Is he really going to run ads about saving jobs at United Technologies when the only division in Fairfield County, Sikorsky just laid off 900 people? Does his team even know that Sikorsky is a UTC company?

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