Griebel cast his ballot early Tuesday morning in Hartford.
He says voters are too smart to buy what Stefanowski is pitching and too fed up with the current state of affairs in Connecticut to vote for Lamont.
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Griebel believes both of his opponent’s platforms are nonsense with 40 percent of the state budget unable to be touched because of debt services, pension fund contributions and healthcare for retired state employees.
Griebel believes his greatest advantage is that he appeals to moderates in both parties.
His camp says he believes there are far more undecided voters than polls indicate. They say people vote, not polls.
Those polls don’t close until 8:00 p.m.