Connecticut Governor Election 2010: Republican candidate Tom Foley issues statement on the vote tally (Video)

By on Nov 6, 2010 in International, Politics, United States, World Comments

Updated Nov 6, 1:12pm

Read Connecticut Election Official Results 2010: Dan Malloy finally won as Governor, Tom Foley still not conceding

While the final result for the Connecticut Election 2010 has not yet been released, Republican candidate for governor, Tom Foley, made a statement on the current vote tally.

Apparently, Tom Foley made his statement which was believed to be right after the release of election results for Bridgeport, where Dan Malloy won as Connecticut Governor.

In a You Tube video uploaded by WTNH about 3 hours ago, Tom Foley aired his thoughts about the recent mid-term election and about the Bridgeport’s results for the governor race in Connecticut.

In the said video, Mr. Foley said that ‘it is very unfortunate that the citizens of Connecticut will have to wait for three days to even get the preliminary results of the election’.

The Republican gubernatorial candidate also expressed his disappointment when Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz earlier declared that Dan Malloy won as Connecticut Governor, as if it was final and official.

Tom Foley added that the results earlier announced by Ms. Bysiewicz seem to be ‘inaccurate’, wherein the vote tally Secretary of the State had announced is different from what the former acquired.

“We don’t want to make decisions because this race is so close.” He added.

Below is the video of the full statement made by Tom Foley about the election, especially the race for governor in Connecticut.



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