November 3, 2010 by staff
The mood at the headquarters of Malloy’s followers feared that saw the first results come in. While Democrats running for U.S. senator, Richard Blumenthal, attorney general and candidate George Jepsen seemed fine, Malloy was a little behind in the first results.
A Democratic lawmaker said Malloy internal polls showed that in recent days that the trend toward independent voters Blumenthal and Foley, an ominous sign. The legislator said that preliminary figures from the major cities and medium-sized enterprises, where Malloy has to do and indicated participation was good.
Malloy was putting the results into a nearby hotel room at the Residence Inn with his family while other Democrats met in the Board of the Company on Pratt Street.
Casting a shadow over the whole race was confusion problems with the ballots in Bridgeport. Malloy and Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley of Greenwich both have their own lawyers in court on the emergency hearing related to the ability to keep 12 polling stations open until 10 pm Bridgeport Malloy needs large numbers in the heavily Democratic city for win.
“One night I received a lot longer,”said the legislator.” This will be a close race either way.”
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