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Both Gov. Dannel Malloy and Republican challenger Tom Foley traveled throughout the state Monday, making their last-minute pitches to undecided voters. Experts say 7 percent of voters are undecided,

News 12 Staff

Nov 4, 2014, 9:03 AM

Updated 3,513 days ago

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Both Gov. Dannel Malloy and Republican challenger Tom Foley traveled throughout the state Monday, making their last-minute pitches to undecided voters.
Experts say 7 percent of voters are undecided, which has made them the focus of both Malloy and Foley's campaigns in the 11th hour. They say those voters could decide the race.
Volunteers manned phone lines in Norwalk, calling registered voters and making last-minute pitches for state Democrats, Gov. Malloy included.
State Republicans tell News 12 Connecticut that they had a similar strategy Monday.
On Monday morning, both Malloy and Foley battled for the last time on the radio. Malloy defended his record as governor, while Foley took aim at his handling of the economy.
Both candidates were on the road Monday night. Malloy is campaigning with other state Democrats on the ballot, while Foley rallied his base in the eastern part of the state, with help from New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie.


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