Rowland signs off from WTIC amid campaign finance allegations

HARTFORD, Conn. – In the final minutes of his radio show on Thursday, former Gov. John G. Rowland announced that he was resigning from the job to attend to some “personal issues.”

The announcement came a few days after he had been implicated by Lisa Wilson-Foley and her husband, Brian Foley, as they pleaded guilty to campaign finance violations in federal court.

“I wanted to thank the listeners for your loyalty. It’s been a great experience,” Rowland said. “We’ll take it from there.”

He also thanked the staff at the radio station and his producer, Ryan Cosgrove, for being the “adult supervision.”

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