McKinney Says Malloy Budget Has Zero Support

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GOP leader and undeclared candidate for governor John McKinney told a meeting in Bristol last night that Gov. Dannel Malloy\’s budget has no support among his colleagues. The Courant\’s Don Stacom reports:

\"mckinneyIn remarks at a forum on state spending Thursday, the top Republican in the state Senate predicted that Gov. Dannel P. Malloy\’s proposed budget would fail in a landslide if it were put to a vote by legislators.

\”I\’d love to be on the Senate floor if this went to a vote — I\’m not sure he\’d get one vote,\” Minority Leader John McKinney told a crowd of several dozen at the library downtown.

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One thought on “McKinney Says Malloy Budget Has Zero Support

  1. justme

    Most Democrats want more taxes to support more spending. It is amazing how they keep getting elected. I suppose it is because people that want more stuff from the government.

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