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Democrat Mayor is Convicted Felon Who Served 7 Yrs, Now Running for Governor

Published by The Right Observer

By John S. Roberts

Oh, look. Here’s yet another story about Democrat corruption.

This one is a doozy. It involves a Democrat mayor who served nearly seven years in prison for corruption, who will now run for governor of Connecticut.

From Daily Caller:

The Democratic Mayor of Bridgeport, Conn., who spent almost seven years in federal prison for political-corruption, announced a campaign for governor of the state Wednesday.

Joe Ganim, 58, filed the necessary paperwork to run for governor at the State Elections Enforcement Commission office in Hartford, Conn., joining a number of other Democratic candidates who have expressed interest in running for current Democratic Gov. Dannel Malloy’s spot, who said in April that he would not seek re-election.

See the full story here.

January 4, 2018


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