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It’s 3 days and counting until people here in Connecticut head to the polls. A number of races being watched very closely, especially the race for governor.
Stefanowski just left waterbury a short time ago.
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The republican gubernatorial candidate shook hands with customers at Frankie’s restaurant, where a crowd gathered to meet him.
We found democratic candidate Ned Lamont at a church in New Haven.
Both men are projecting optimism even with recent polls showing this is a tight race with just a few days to go.
“We’ve got these polls, we look at these numbers, we’re going to be fine, we’re going to win”, Lamont said.
“The last poll had us up 3 points. I think people are moving towards change as qe move closer and it starts to get serious”, Stefanowski said.
Independent gubernatorial candidate Oz Griebel had a meet and greet in Putnam Saturday.
All 3 men will be back on the road Sunday trying to shore up support and seal the deal with undecided voters out there before Tuesday.