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Speaker Chris Donovan Talks About His Congressional Bid

by On The Horn | Dec 29, 2011 8:42pm
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Speaker of the House Chris Donovan swung by the Hartford Online Radio Network headquarters for an interview about his campaign for the Democratic nomination in the 5th congressional district. Donovan is one of eight candidates vying for the seat vacated by U.S. Rep. Chris Murphy who is running for the U.S. Senate.

Republicans Justin Bernier of Plainville, Lisa Wilson Foley of Simsbury, Mike Clark of Farmington, Sen. Andrew Roraback of Goshen, and Mark Greenberg of Litchfield are competing for the Republican nomination.

The two other Democratic candidates vying for the Democratic nomination include Elizabeth Esty of Cheshire and Dan Roberti of Kent.

On the Horn is hoping to schedule interviews with the other candidates soon.

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posted by: ProgressiveandPrudent | December 29, 2011  10:42pm

Chris Donovan is the Sarah Palin of the Democratic Party. 

The Democrats need to do themselves a favor and find themselves a better nominee for the 5th Congressional district who’s not going to embarrass the Party or lose the seat.

posted by: AbbyB | December 30, 2011  7:52am

LOL - Did he mean to say King of North Korea? I can’t believe no one in there picked up on that! LOL!

posted by: Careful | December 30, 2011  10:23am

ProgressiveandPrudent:  Sarah Palin is “a breath of fresh air”—- compaired to a politically stagnant Chris Donovan.  We don’t need to add more failures to our Congress—as they are loaded with incompetents already!

posted by: ProgressiveandPrudent | December 30, 2011  10:41am

Abby, plenty of people picked up on Donovan’s latest gaffe. 

Check this link out:

posted by: Tessa Marquis | December 30, 2011  12:13pm

Hey Don Pesci - you call that a retraction?

Stop spreading lies and picking nits.

posted by: and 1 | December 30, 2011  5:27pm

Hey what happened to 1William Tong—he is great

posted by: and 1 | December 30, 2011  6:22pm

My mistake. Tong is running for senate- but he is still great