Caligiuri Not Quite In

State Sen. Sam Caligiuri is not quite in the U.S. Senate race. Tim White has the story, and a copy of the letter Caligiuri sent to the FEC.

From all appearances, however, Caligiuri is still strongly considering it. In anticipation of his possible run (and what looks like a bright political future regardless), I have created a tag for him.

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8 responses to “Caligiuri Not Quite In

  1. Is anyone taking this seriously? Does anyone care?

  2. Tom Van Stone

    Republicans in Waterbury are. His running alone will give us some exposure. We all hope for his success, but realistically understand that Dodd is a fixture in CT and his unseating is not a given. Simmons’ name recognition gives him the edge in potentially unseating Dodd, but we still want to see the man who stepped up when our city needed a stable mayor do well.

  3. Republicans in Waterbury are….

    Absolutely, and his popularity, or at least the respect he’s earned, throughout the district, crosses party lines.

    Caligiuri has worked his tail off.

  4. Boy how many members will jump from McKinney’s caucus this cycle. Is it McKinney or the staff why doesn’t anyone want to stay and why is everyone so miserable on the 3rd floor?

  5. Boy how many members will jump from McKinney’s caucus this cycle. Is it McKinney or the staff why doesn’t anyone want to stay and why is everyone so miserable on the 3rd floor?

    Everyone in the party knows that ACR is that Hageman character, so I’m effectively “out of the closet” on the ACR issue making it impossible for me to strongly agree with you in public because virtually every state politico scans this site at least occasionally.

    Thus I’ll say nothing.

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    Got that?

    And you can quote me on it too dammit!

  6. Boy how many members will jump from McKinney’s caucus this cycle. Is it McKinney or the staff why doesn’t anyone want to stay and why is everyone so miserable on the 3rd floor?

    The real issue is how many of McKinney’s caucus are the best and brightest Republican candidiates for a number of higher offices. If they are jumping, it will be because it an opportune time for R’s to pick up other seats.

  7. and lose more under his leadership

  8. and lose more under his leadership

    They were 12 when he started – and they are 12 now. Math must not be a strong suit……

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