Fmr. President Clinton endorses CT candidates

NORWALK - Former President Bill Clinton came to Connecticut today to endorse a number of Democratic candidates.

Clinton stopped first in Stamford to endorse former Mayor Dan Malloy in the race for governor. Malloy is in a tight race against Republican Tom Foley, of Greenwich.

Clinton then went to a rally in Norwalk where he endorsed Congressman Jim Himes (D-CT) in his race to continue representing the 4th District. Himes is running against Republican state Sen. Dan Debicella for the seat in Congress.

The endorsement was the second big endorsement for Himes who received an endorsement for President Barack Obama, who was in Bridgeport yesterday.

Election Day is Nov. 2.

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