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  • Malloy Wins: AP

    11/05/2010 3:02:50 PM PDT · by library user · 124 replies · 2+ views
    NBC ^ | 11/05/2010
    Dan Malloy has defeated Republican Tom Foley to become the first Democrat in two decades to be elected governor of Connecticut. The Associated Press on Friday reinstated its call of Malloy as the winner of the governor's race. The AP initially called Malloy the winner on Wednesday, after Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz said her preliminary count showed Malloy had won by 3,103 votes, but withdrew the call Wednesday night when its vote count, with all but a handful of precincts reporting, showed Foley with a narrow lead. Bridgeport elections officials handed the final numbers over to Bysiewicz on...
  • Conn. Secretary Of State: I Have No Answers On Gov Race

    11/04/2010 7:04:12 PM PDT · by Chet 99 · 59 replies · 1+ views
    There was election drama in Connecticut on Thursday. Two days after residents cast their votes, they’re still waiting for word on who will be their next governor. Connecticut’s secretary of state said she can’t tell the media who the next governor is, even though she did just that unofficially on Wednesday. Susan Bysiewicz, a Democrat, unofficially declared Democrat Dan Malloy the likely governor-elect on the day after the election, but now, it seems, vote tally snags in Bridgeport is preventing her verifying her own prediction. She spoke with CBS 2’s Lou Young in Hartford on Thursday afternoon. “The numbers that...
  • Tom Foley Asks Susan Bysiewicz To Hold Off On Calling Election Results "Official"

    11/04/2010 12:22:30 PM PDT · by Fixit · 66 replies
    Hartford Courant ^ | 11/4/10 | Christopher Keating
    [Main part of article about ongoing count delete] In another development, state Sen. Kevin Witkos - who works as a police supervisor in Canton - is calling for an investigation into the Election Day use of the Reverse 9-1-1 system in Bridgeport.The system was used to call voters in order to tell them that the voting hours had been extended by two hours to 10 p.m., based on an order by a Superior Court judge after some polling places ran out of ballots. ... "State law is very clear that reverse 9-1-1 is an emergency notification system only,'' Witkos said....
  • In Connecticut, Confusion, Drama and No Governor (Fair Summary)

    11/04/2010 1:06:24 PM PDT · by VinL · 16 replies
    NYT ^ | 11-4-10 | Chen
    Thursday was the first full day of work for the transition team of Dannel P. Malloy, the Democratic who is certain he was the winner in the Connecticut governor’s race. It was also the first full day of work for the transition team of Thomas C. Foley, the Republican candidate, who claimed victory in the same race. Clearly, one of these men is going to be terribly disappointed. But when and how that will become clear is still, well, unclear.... Sometime on Thursday, the state’s top election official, Susan Bysiewicz, the Democratic secretary of state, is supposed to announce the...
  • Official who sued self can run for Conn. office

    05/05/2010 10:42:26 AM PDT · by JoeProBono · 11 replies · 336+ views
    washingtonpost ^ | May 5, 2010; | STEPHEN SINGER
    HARTFORD, Conn. -- A Connecticut official has won the right to run for state attorney general after she had to sue herself to prove her qualifications. A superior court judge ruled Wednesday that Democratic Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz (BYE'-suh-wits) had enough experience as a lawyer to run.
  • Conn. official ('RAT Susan Bysiewicz) asks court to keep campaign program

    01/05/2010 11:16:33 PM PST · by nutmeg · 1 replies · 272+ views
    The Hartford Courant ^ | January 5, 2010 | AP
    HARTFORD, Conn. - Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz on Tuesday urged a federal appeals court to reverse a recent decision that struck down Connecticut's public campaign financing program, saying it is too late to change the rules for candidates with an August primary looming. Bysiewicz, a potential Democratic candidate for governor, said if the public funding is not made available, there won't be enough time for a gubernatorial candidate to raise close to the $4 million in private money that candidates in the 2006 race for governor had each raised.-snip- "Time is of the essence," said Bysiewicz, adding how...