You have to love it. In the midst of the worst recession in decades, when Connecticut's jobless rolls are swollen and populist anger supposedly sweeping the landscape, we might wind up with an all-Greenwich ticket in the general election.
Some of the most likely contenders for governor and U.S. Senate hail from the tony town in Fairfield County, including Republican gubernatorial hopeful Tom Foley and Linda McMahon, a GOP Senate possibility.
On the Democratic side, Ned Lamont, who's eyeing the governorship, and Richard Blumenthal, who wants to claim U.S. Sen. Chris Dodd's seat, are also from Greenwich.
On the other hand, working class Bristol has not a single prospective candidate for statewide office.
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