Archive for September 3rd, 2010

Who will you vote for?

September 3, 2010
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Voting. One of the most important liberties that we have in our nation and the one that defines us as a democracy and a free society. As in every major election year in the past five years, the Canaiden Media Network is bringing you in print and online a comprehensive view of the races...
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Interview with Linda McMAHON – for U.S. Senate

September 3, 2010
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Interview with Linda McMAHON – for U.S. Senate

Linda McMahon Republican Former CEO of World Wrestling Entertainment www.linda2010.com   Q: With quite a few high profile seats becoming available this fall, why did you decide to make a bid for the U.S. Senate and not, say, for Governor? A: Well, when I first thought about getting into this race, which was probably...
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Interview with Dan MALLOY – for Governor of Connecticut

September 3, 2010
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Interview with Dan MALLOY – for Governor of Connecticut

Dan Malloy Democrat Running mate: State Comptroller Nancy Wyman www.danmalloy.com Q: What is the most fundamental difference between you and Governor Rell? A: I am not running against the Governor, but I think fundamentally, we are just very different people. I want to run Connecticut’s government as a great government. I think we need...
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Interview with Tom FOLEY – for Governor of Connecticut

September 3, 2010
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Interview with Tom FOLEY – for Governor of Connecticut

Tom Foley Republican Running mate: Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton www.tomfoley2010.com Q: What is the most fundamental difference between you and Governor Rell? A: I have a background in business, I spent more than 25 years turning around businesses, so I am not a career politician. I’m somebody who, in my business experience, learned about...
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Interview with Richard BLUMENTHAL – for U.S. Senate

September 3, 2010
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Interview with Richard BLUMENTHAL – for U.S. Senate

Richard Blumenthal Democrat Attorney General of the State of Connecticut www.richardblumenthal.com   Q: With quite a few high profile seats becoming available this fall, why did you decide to make a bid for the U.S. Senate and not, say, for Governor? A: What I’m hearing from people around the state of Connecticut, as I...
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