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Connecticut Republicans want governor's seat

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August 30, 2012

Connecticut

By Justin Haas

TAMPA, Florida Tom Foley has confirmed that he wants a rematch in Connecticut's gubernatorial race in 2014. Foley was defeated by Governor Dannel P. Malloy by roughly 6,500 votes in the 2010 race for the seat.[1]

Foley said, "Yes, I plan to, but it's still early," on the second night of the Republican National Convention.[1]

Foley is not the only Republican thought to be seeking the position of governor. Others include state House Minority Leader Lawrence Cafero, Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton, and Chris Shays.[1]

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