Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Moving on...

Lunch seemed like a nice idea, too bad it didn't happen. Shortly after posting that last entry saying it looked like a good time for lunch, I was called into the newsroom to take care of some house cleaning matters.

So, since I'm now in Norwich, maybe it's time to take the pulse of Norwich voters - and possibly grab a bite to eat along the way.

Norwich is a solid Democratic, blue-collar community – and Democrats are expected to win here. But it’s not just winning that will be important – it’s winning big. Democrats need large margin of victories here to offset Republican wins elsewhere.
U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman won Norwich in the Aug. 8 Democratic primary, but Democratic nominee Ned Lamont has a fairly solid backing in the city going into today’s general election.
And Democratic 2nd District challenger Joseph Courtney, who won Norwich four years ago, needs to increase his margin of victory here this year in his bid to unseat U.S. Rep. Rob Simmons.


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