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Gov. Lamont, lawmakers, face off in charity tennis tournament

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WEST HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — The state Governor and several legislative leaders were among hundreds playing some tennis for a good cause Saturday.

Over 200 players came to Conard High School in West Hartford for the 4th annual Connecticut State Employees Campaign for Charitable Giving (CSEC) Charity Tennis Tournament.

At noon, Governor Ned Lamont and Commissioner Beth Bye faced Senator Len Fasano and State Rep. Nicole Klarides-Ditria on the court.

Tournament Director John Rasimas told News 8 the State Employees Campaign raises over $700,000 a year for charity.

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