Senate candidate Lamont gets big push in bid to unseat Lieberman

U.S. Senate candidate Ned Lamont (D) got another big push in his bid to unseat incumbent Joe Lieberman (D-CT). Former NATO Commander General Wesley Clark hit the campaign trail Friday with the Senate

News 12 Staff

Oct 6, 2006, 5:03 PM

Updated 6,445 days ago

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Senate candidate Lamont gets big push in bid to unseat Lieberman
U.S. Senate candidate Ned Lamont (D) got another big push in his bid to unseat incumbent Joe Lieberman (D-CT).
Former NATO Commander General Wesley Clark hit the campaign trail Friday with the Senate hopeful, shaking hands with local veterans during their daily breakfast. Lamont continues to promote change, criticizing his opponent for his support of the Iraq war.
With just six seats standing in the way of a change in leadership in the U.S. Senate, the war has become a main issue. Clark says he's known Lieberman for years, but says he has rubberstamped the nation's stake in the war.
Lieberman is running as an Independent after losing the Democratic primary to Lamont.


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