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Saturday, August 05, 2006


Saturday Morning Round-Up

Three days... GOTV!

More from The Day (PDF):

Dissatisfaction with Lieberman was broad: Lamont led the poll in every age group, though that advantage shrank among older voters. Among voters aged 18 to 29, the challenger's lead was commanding; 57 percent compared to just 39 percent for Lieberman.
Let's hope those 21,000+ new voters are not Republicans switching to vote for Lieberman
I'd expect Ned Lamont to be leading among those unaffiliated voters. His campaign has had far more enthusiasm and impact on the race than has Joe Lieberman's.

And of course prior registered republicans would been able to change affiliation at this late date.
Win or lose, the Democratic party in Connecticut has been strengthened by this race.

I think, in fact, that this race will help Diane Farrell, Joe Courtney, et. al., contrary to what Party leaders have said.
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