With Attorney General Richard Blumenthal once again out of the running, who should be governor next?
Should Jodi Rell run again? Would she win?
If not Rell, who should the GOP put at the top of the ticket?
And on the Democratic side, there are so many possibilities, from Jim Amman to Gary Lebeau to Susan Byszwiecz to Bill Curry to Dan Malloy to ... It's just too long a list.
After almost two decades without a Democrat in the governor's mansion, despite the heavy Democratic advantage in registration in Connecticut, is the party finally going to get its act together?
Who should the next governor be and why?Anybody who should be ruled out?
And, to give this a Bristol twist, is there anybody here who has it what it takes to rule this great state? If you look through the list of politicians who have served Connecticut since the state's beginnings, you'll find that Bristol has rarely produced the sorts of politicians who rise to great heights.
Unless I've missed somebody, the highest-ranking Bristol politician ever is former U.S. Rep. Bernard Grabowski, a local lawyer who's still in practice. He served a couple of terms in Congress back in the 1960s.
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