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Bob Stefanowski puts incumbent Lamont on the defensive in gubernatorial race

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Connecticut Public
Bob Stefanowski, a Republican running against Gov. Ned Lamont in November’s gubernatorial election, speaks to reporters after Lamont delivered his State of the State address. Stefanowski later criticized the speech in an email to reporters, calling Lamont's tax relief plan "election year gimmicks."

Republican Bob Stefanowski ran for Connecticut Governor in 2018, narrowly losing to Ned Lamont. Now Stefanowski, a Connecticut native and Madison resident, is back to take on Lamont again.

This hour on Where We Live, we hear from Stefanowski about his second run for governor, and his expanded platform ranging from fiscal accountability and the elimination of state income and sales taxes to managing COVID-19, crime, and more.

We also hear from Hartford Courant reporter Daniela Altimari on how the race could unfold.

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Bob Stefanowski: Republican Gubernatorial Candidate

Daniela Altimari: Reporter, State Government & Politics, Hartford Courant

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Sujata Srinivasan is Connecticut Public Radio’s senior health reporter. Prior to that, she was a senior producer for Where We Live, a newsroom editor, and from 2010-2014, a business reporter for the station.
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