Norwalk elected officials, challengers debate at Norwalk Inn

State representatives from Norwalk and some of their challengers met Tuesday morning to debate the issues ahead of the upcoming election. News 12 Connecticut's own Tom Appleby moderated a debate at

News 12 Staff

Oct 25, 2016, 7:49 PM

Updated 2,829 days ago

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State representatives from Norwalk and some of their challengers met Tuesday morning to debate the issues ahead of the upcoming election.
News 12 Connecticut's own Tom Appleby moderated a debate at the Norwalk Inn.
The event, which was sponsored by Altice and the Greater Norwalk Chamber of Commerce, gave residents and business owners a chance to express their concerns.
It covered several issues, from the state budget deficit to the construction of the new walk bridge in Norwalk for Metro-North.
The next debate is scheduled for Thursday between state Sen. Bob Duff and his Republican challenger Greg Ehlers.
Altice is the parent company of News 12 Connecticut.
 


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