Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton announced on Wednesday that he will once again run for Governor of Connecticut as a Republican candidate.
In announcing his candidacy, the former state representative and seven-term mayor challenged Democratic Governor Dannel Malloy’s economic record.
Connecticut Democratic Governor Dannel Malloy dismissed allegations of ethical lapses against his administration on Monday. The allegations were made by Malloy's 2010 GOP rival, Tom Foley, on the WFSB-TV program "Face the State' on Sunday.
Republican Tom Foley, who narrowly lost the race for Connecticut Governor to Democrat Dannel Malloy in 2010, announced in Bridgeport on Tuesday that he’s considering another run at the job.
Foley told reporters that this time, he plans to qualify for public financing for his campaign, and said he'll decide later if he'll use it.
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