Republican Tom Foley, long expected to seek a rematch with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, said Thursday he is planning to run for governor again in 2014.
A wealthy businessman from Greenwich, Foley lost to Malloy by just 6,000 votes in 2010, despite winning most municipalities in the state. He promised to work harder in the state’s cities, where voters delivered a victory for Gov. Malloy.
“The state needs a new governor. I’m very concerned about where the state is going,” Foley said.
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