Murphy, Stefanowski pick up more endorsements on Thursday

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Two candidates in Connecticut have announced more endorsements just days before Election Day.

On Thursday, Democratic Senator Chris Murphy and Republican Bob Stefanowski each announced that they picked up endorsements for their respective campaigns.

Murphy said he received the support of the Connecticut Alliance for Retired Americans. The group represents more than 4.4 million retirees and older Americans with around 57,500 members in Connecticut.

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“I’m honored to receive the support of the Connecticut Alliance for Retired Americans. There is so much at stake for seniors this election…” Murphy said.

Meanwhile, former Connecticut Governor Jodi Rell officially endorsed Stefanowski in the latter’s bid for the state’s top job.

“I am honored to have the endorsement of one of our state’s most respected governors. As governor, I will work hard to put Connecticut on a more positive track,” Stefanowski said.

Rell was the governor of Connecticut from 2004 until 2011.

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