Tom Foley Concedes Connecticut Governor Race Over Dan Malloy

By on Nov 9, 2010 in Current Events, International, Politics, United States, World Comments
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Hartford, Connecticut – Republican candidate for Connecticut governor, Tom Foley finally conceded on Monday afternoon at the Goodwin Place in Hartford to Democrat Dan Malloy who was declared the winner for the gubernatorial race.

Reports said, Foley would not want to pursue a recount of the election results in Bridgeport, the state’s biggest city.

“The election on Tuesday was a conclusive victory for Dan Malloy and should not be contested,” Foley said as quoted during a press briefing in Hartford.

“Everybody can be comfortable with the result of the election and that the next governor was legitimately elected,” Tom Foley added.

Meanwhile, Democrat Dan Malloy was declared the winner of the governor’s race on Friday evening, by the Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz after three days of recounting votes.



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