June 9, 2010

GOP congressional hopeful sees shift in primary results

Press release, just issued, from GOP congressional hopeful Mark Zydanowicz:


WEST HARTFORD, Conn. (June 9, 2010) -- Republican First Congressional candidate Mark Zydanowicz today said the results of Tuesday's primaries convey a rejection by the American people of the constitutional violations of Democratic policies supported by U.S. Rep. John Larson.

"It appears the mood of the country has shifted," said Zydanowicz, "to a more commonsense approach to how we want to be governed at the federal level -- and I suspect the same message will be sent to Hartford in November as well." 

Zydanowicz believes a vast majority of the population is fed-up with the management at every level as demonstrated by President Barack Obama, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Majority Leader Harry Reid -- all of whom have been heartily supported by Rep. Larson.

"Blanche Lincoln's stunning success on Tuesday signaled a clear rejection of the Obama administration by her defeat of a big labor-backed candidate who was supported by Obama," said Zydanowicz.

"The Lincoln victory sent a message, and there's no question Reid is all too aware of how the Tea Party boosted Sharron Angle's triumph in Nevada," he said. "People are taking notice and the message is loud and clear: Republicans are poised to defeat incumbents in November."

Zydanowicz will primary Ann Brickley on Aug. 10. 

Copyright 2010. All rights reserved. Contact Steve Collins at scollins@bristolpress.com

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Z is an idiot. Obama supported Blanche Lincoln, not the labor guy. Hey Z, get your facts straight and know what you're talking about before you go mouthing off in a press release.