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Analysis of 2010 Gubernatorial Race
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Last week, Greenwich businessman Ned Lamont officially entered the race for Governor. In his speech at the Old State House, he focused on what he would do to bring more jobs to the state, saying he would be the chief economic development officer for Connecticut.

The race for Governor is wide open this early on, although a Quinnipiac Poll from late last month showed Lamont beating all gubernatorial candidates, Democrat and Republican. Ray Hardman spoke with Bilal Sekou, Associate Professor of political science at the University of Hartford about the race for Governor, what issues will resonate with voters, and what makes Lamont a viable candidate.




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