HARTFORD, Conn. – Avery Gaddis didn’t walk into Republican Senate Leader Len Fasano’s office looking for a job. He showed up with Sen. Rob Kane of Watertown to complain about what a poor job lawmakers are doing communicating with urban communities.
“He articulated the issue much better than I could,” Fasano said Tuesday during an interview at the Legislative Office Building.
The issue is that the Republican Party has done a poor job at communicating and winning votes in urban communities, which are largely controlled by the Democratic Party.
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