CT Essential Politics – Friday 11.16.12

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Op-ed, Analysis and Blogs

Deficit For FY14 Projected At $1.1b – Keith Phaneuf, CT Mirror
CT Budget Goes From Bad To Worse – Christine Stuart, CTNJ
Yes, B … As In Billion – Jonathan Pelto, Wait, What?
Cafero Says Red Ink Not Transparent – Chris Keating, Courant
Stick A Fork In Malloy – Terry Cowgill, CTNJ
Malloy’s Legacy: Photo Ops, Control, Ego, Failure – Dan Lovallo
(Fiscal) Cliffhanger’s – Healy & Bibisi, Make Blue Red
The New Budget Gimmickry – Don Pesci, Red Notes From A Blue State
McMahon Move A Boon To Independent Party – Brian Lockhart, Hearst
Hartford Mayor Puts Gag Order On Staff  – Jenna Carlesso, Courant
Malloy Talks Ed Reform In Greenwich – Maggie Gordon, Hearst CT
2012: CT’s Winners And Losers – Jason Paul, CTNJ
Military Needs Support More than Piety – Chris Powell, JI
Hockey, Or In Hock? (cartoon) – Bob Englehart, Courant

What’s Next? A Republican Comeback – Courant
Good Luck Finding Affordable Housing In CT – The Day
Election Reforms Long Overdue – Norwich Bulletin

Video/Audio Feed

Gov. Malloy on the projected state budget deficit (courtesy Capitol Report)

New House Speaker Brendan Sharkey (D-Hamden) speaks with reporters about the 2012 election results (courtesy Capitol Report)

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy talks about why the 2012 election was not a
referendum on him, as Republicans tried to make it (courtesy CT News Junkie)

Stan Simpson Show: Stan talks with former Hartford city councilmen Corey Brinson and John Kennelly on local CT election results in 2012. Stan Simpson Show: Stan Simpson talks with former Hartford city councilmen Corey Brinson and John Kennelly on the presidential election and who would likely succeed President Obama in 2016. Face The State: The Future of Republicans in CT >> Guests are State Senator Elect Art Linares (R) Westbrook, Catherine Marx, Former CT GOP Vice Chair.
The Real Story: Part 1 >> 5th-district Congresswoman-elect Elizabeth Esty. The Real Story: Part 2 >> President Obama sealed his second term with significant support from Latino voters. Fernando Betancourt, executive director of the San Juan Center, and Isaias Diaz, LPRAC chair, join the panel to discuss what the voting trend means for future elections. The Real Story: Part 3 >> Republicans are regrouping after the elections. Representative Sean Williams (R-Watertown) joins the panel to talk about what the results mean for the state of Connecticut and the nation.



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