September 24, 2010

Politicians on parade

Republican U.S. Senate candidate Linda McMahon and Democratic lieutenant governor hopeful Nancy Wyman are among the politicians slated to walk in Sunday's Mum Parade.
Wyman, the state comptroller, is on the ticket with Dan Malloy, who is taking on Republican Tom Foley for the state's top job.
McMahon is battling with Attorney General Richard Blumenthal for the open Senate seat that Chris Dodd has held for years. Dodd is retiring after this term.
The Malloy campaign is gathering at 12:30 p.m. at 430 North Main St. to get ready for the parade. Those interested in joining Wyman have been asked to check in with Zackery Hyde, 1st congressional district staffer with Malloy campaign by emailing zackhyde@danmalloy.com.
Democrats who are interested can also check this site on Facebook.
Republicans can check in on this Facebook page.
I haven't heard which other statewide or congressional candidates will show up. I'll update this as I learn more.
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17 comments:

Anonymous said...

The picture is of the Bristol Republican Town Committee

Anonymous said...

Oops, thought that was a picture of some of our city council members! You sure that's not McCauley with the tie?

Anonymous said...

Where did you find the picture of Ward, Potosa and his union thugs? After all Ward turned City Hall into a Circus a few weeks ago!

3 rings said...

actually, it was mcbrawley who created the circus a few weeks ago by acting like an ass, oops, I meant a clown.

Anonymous said...

8:09 AM

I know that the make-up must be confusing you cuz we all know that the real clown at City Hall is McCauley. His center ring performance a few weeks back was absolutely hysterical!

crush on kate said...

I met Kate Matthews today. She's a doll.

inmates running asylum said...

Attanding the Mum Festival this weekend I had the opportunity to speak with a few politicans. I'm amazed at how naive and in some caes frankly stupid they were. It's disheartening and concerening.

Anonymous said...

Richard Covello should have worn a clown costume, or maybe a devil suit. Seeing him brought back unpleasant memories for a lot of people.

Anonymous said...

Gee Tom Foley ? A millionairre I never heard of.Out to buy an election like another rich person?

Anonymous said...

4:49 look at your own stupid statement. What makes you so bright? I know you guys won't believe this but you aren't the smartest people in the world!

Anonymous said...

9:59 Why don't you guys chip in and buy Betts some clothes? He don't dress too hot with all his money.

Anonymous said...

7:49

Maybe he is spending all his money (family) on the election.

Anonymous said...

7:49

I agree: he certainly does not look like someone that I would have confidence in representing me.

Anonymous said...

He certainly doesn't look the position!

Anonymous said...

to the bad ass 9:34 I'll kiss your elephant and you can kiss my @$$

Anonymous said...

The Republican candidates were walking and shaking hands with the crowds, while the Democrats sat in their cars and sometimes waved. Which is the party of the people?

Anonymous said...

11:15

It is the custom for officials to ride and candidates to walk.

Hamzy rode, didn't shake hands