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Candidates Disagree Over Security of Connecticut’s Elections

Democratic nominee for Secretary of the State, Rep. Stephanie Thomas of Norwalk (left) and Republican nominee Dominic Rapini. Screenshot courtesy of CPTV

The debate between candidates for Secretary of the State was held at the University of Hartford in West Hartford on Tuesday night.

By Christine Stuart, CTNewsJunkie.com 

The Democratic and Republican candidates for Secretary of the State clashed Tuesday on the security of Connecticut’s election system, whether to ID voters at the polls and whether voter fraud is a problem.

The rescheduled debate was sponsored by the League of Women Voters and CPTV.

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