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New Haven Mayoral Candidates Clash On ‘Experience’

by Melissa Bailey | Oct 23, 2013 7:04am
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Posted to: Election 2013, Local Politics, New Haven

In a fast-paced final public debate before a standing-room-only crowd, New Haven’s two mayoral candidates squared off on who knows how to get things done.

The debate, between candidates Toni Harp and Justin Elicker, began at Gateway Community College’s downtown campus Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. It was the last public debate before the Nov. 5 election.

Before a standing-room-only crowd of 300, the candidates offered perhaps the most lively exchanges in the campaign so far. Elicker came out swinging against Harp for tax and alleged landlord problems with her son’s real estate business. Harp, in turn, repeatedly denounced Elicker as young and inexperienced.

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posted by: DrHunterSThompson | October 23, 2013  8:53am

DrHunterSThompson

Retread and musty old politician that is all about power and self enrichment? Or young hardworking creative and all inclusive candidate?

The city will get what it deserves.

HST

posted by: Not that Michael Brown | October 23, 2013  11:38pm

What a great picture of Toni.  She is very photogenic.