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Tuesday, May 09, 2006


DTC Meetings

Tonight, Ned will be at North Haven's and Middlebury's. Tomorrow, he will speak to the town committees in Meriden and Oxford.

All told, Lamont has personally talked to (or is scheduled to visit) over 40 official DTC meetings, including the following towns: Bristol, Brookfield, Canton, Chesire, Chester, Deep River, East Haddam, Ellington, Essex, Fairfield , Glastonbury, Greenwich , Groton, Guilford, Haddam, Harwinton, Hebron, Mansfield, Meriden, Middlebury, Middlefield, Monroe, Montville, New Britain, New Canaan, Newtown, North Haven, Old Saybrook, Oxford, Shelton, Southbury, Southington, Stonington, Vernon, Waterbury, Waterford, Watertown, Weston, Wilton, and Windsor. And this doesn't count the many informal gatherings across the state. (Thanks to Kim from the campaign for the list).

No matter how many of these attendees Lamont has won over, I'm sure each one of them left the meeting with the feeling that they had taken part in a substantive discussion of what's driving his campaign.

Meanwhile, Lieberman continues to base his entire campaign around the platform of "we're not going to change each other's minds," one that inhibits any substantive discussion, frightened to appear in public and face real questions from the same Democrats who have supported him for years.
So in the same amount of time, Joe has visited how many DTCs? 2? 3?

When the incumbent is afraid to visit his own constituents, that's just pathetic.
Actually, Joe or a high-ranking member from the campaign visits every single DTC meeting. Lying is just pathetic.
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