Listen: Connecticut, Ned Lamont, Sean Adams discussed on Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane
"Wayne cabinet I'm Palmer. Name WCBS news time six thirty one new to politics progressive woman is pulling off a landslide victory in the democratic primary for the fifth. District in Connecticut in congress let's go to WCBS reporter Sean Adams to, round things up Sean yeah she came from poverty to Become national teacher of the year now. Johanna Hayes could become Connecticut's first African American democrat in congress people. Told, me I had no chance I. Had no business trying to do this Tonight we grow them The fifth district, she defeated veteran politician Mary Glassman in the race for governor Republicans to, turn to an outsider former investment Bank executive Bob Stefanski, Democrats, overwhelmingly chose Greenwich, businessman Lamont here Steph and ask our great state simply cannot afford a, continuation of Dan moyse horrible. Economic, policy with Lamont. Now here's Ned Lamont these are not George and Barbara Bush. Connecticut, Republicans for running again it's a new. Breed of Trump We're. Not gonna let him take over our, state so both candidates they're linking the other two to political lightning rods, the current president and the outgoing governor ultimately as Connecticut, struggles, with deepening budget, problems voters turned to wealthy businessmen who have very different plans for trying, to save the state's economy. Paul, Wayne Sean Adams. This morning watching politics in Connecticut Minnesota Democrats are also breaking. New, ground CBS news correspondent John Shuo."