Connecticut voters ready to turn out at polls for Election Day

As Election Day nears, many Connecticut voters say they?re ready for the constant barrage of negative attack ads to end. Monroe resident Jeff Nelson tells News 12 Connecticut he?s disgusted by the campaigns.

News 12 Staff

Nov 6, 2006, 12:51 AM

Updated 6,403 days ago

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Connecticut voters ready to turn out at polls for Election Day
As Election Day nears, many Connecticut voters say they?re ready for the constant barrage of negative attack ads to end.
Monroe resident Jeff Nelson tells News 12 Connecticut he?s disgusted by the campaigns. John Campbell of Norwalk and others share that opinion. Still, Nelson says he?s ready to pull the lever on Tuesday, November 7. He plans to vote for Democrat Ned Lamont because he believes Alan Schlesinger doesn?t have a chance at winning and he?s against Sen. Joe Lieberman (D-CT). Campbell adds that he has no problem crossing party lines.
State officials say more than 86,000 new voters are registered in Connecticut. Whether they show up at the polls is a different story.


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