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Governor Lauretti?

by | Jan 4, 2014 12:53pm () Comments | Commenting has expired | Share
Posted to: Election 2014, Town News, Shelton

Valley Independent file photo Shelton Mayor Mark Lauretti is running for governor — and even has a Facebook page to prove it.

Launched Dec. 26, “Lauretti for Governor” has attracted 186 “Likes” on the social network by the afternoon of Jan. 2 and a handful of posts of support and questions.

The mayor, who has taken a few tentative jabs at running for higher office in the past, is apparently for real this time.

In fact, he’s even appearing on a Sunday political talk show.

And a “Campaign Kick Off” is scheduled for Jan. 9 at 6:30 p.m. at the Inn at Villa Bianca on Seymour’s Roosevelt Drive.

Click here to read more from the Valley Independent Sentinel.

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(5) Archived Comments

posted by: SocialButterfly | January 4, 2014  1:46pm

We need Mark Lauretti in the Governor’s chair. Good luck, Mayor Lauretti - for a successful endeavor to be our next Governor of the State of Connecticut.

posted by: art vandelay | January 4, 2014  2:50pm

art vandelay

Anybody except McKinney PLEASE!

posted by: SocialButterfly | January 6, 2014  10:10am

Art:  Mark Lauretti isn’t an “anybody.” He’s a “special somebody.”

posted by: SocialButterfly | January 6, 2014  11:20am

Congratulation to Mayor Mark Lauretti for selecting Sheila O’Malley as his campaign treasurer.  Sheila O’Malley was a known success story in Derby City Hall, now serving the City of Ansonia.

posted by: SocialButterfly | January 6, 2014  11:43am

Congratulations to Mayor Lauretti for picking Sheila O’Malley for his Campaign Treasurer.  Sheila O’Malley was a top-achievement performer in Derby City Hall—currently serving the City of Ansonia.  O’Malley’s selection is an indication that Mayor Lauretti is surrounding himself with quality people in his run for governor.

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