Tom Foley lost to Governor Dannel Malloy in 2010 in the closest Governor's race in 50 years by just 6500 votes.
The Greenwich businessman is testing the waters for a rematch next year. Foley told me he has no regrets about recent allegations he made against Governor Malloy and others tied to his administration. In fact, Foley says he stands by his words and encourages the press to investigate further.
(Dr. William Petit with his sister Johanna Chapman~whom he calls the best sister in the world)
I admire Dr. Petit more than words can say and call on all members of the press to reference the victims always by name~ Jennifer Hawke-Petit, Hayley and Michaela. We talk about this at about 6 minutes into the interview.
Shelly Sindland at the Connecticut State Capitol--the House of Representatives
Shelly Sindland on WDRC-AM
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