Wayne Winsley, candidate for the U.S. Congress representing all of the citizens of the 3rd Congressional District, today released the following statement:
On Monday August 27th Wayne Winsley engaged in a
discussion with members of the Hartford Courant editorial board. The
topics included taxes, education, and individual rights.
The full interview is available at http://ct-n.com/ondemand.asp?ID=8108
“I look forward to every opportunity to engage with members of the
media, and more importantly the citizens of the third district and
others. As your new representative, I will continue to engage in an
ongoing dialogue with, and be an effective representative for, all
citizens of Connecticut.”
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Friday, August 31, 2012
Interview with Candidate Wayne Winsley
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