Uncategorized | 1:53 pm | November 4, 2010 | By Danny Serna

Foley asks announcements of election results be postponed

Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley asked the Secretary of the State’s office to put a stop to any announcements of election results until they are “are certain and discrepancies between The Secretary of the State’s office, the Tom Foley for Governor campaign, and the media, are reconciled.”

Read the full release from his campaign below:

Tom Foley contacted the Secretary of the State’s office this morning to request that any further announcements of election results for the governor’s race be postponed until the results are certain and discrepancies between The Secretary of the State’s office, the Tom Foley for Governor campaign, and the media, are reconciled. In the last twenty-four hours alone, Bridgeport has revised downward the number of votes cast for Dan Malloy by over 3,500. Other cities and towns are likely to revise their results in the days ahead. We understand that Susan Bysiewicz plans to announce this afternoon that their results of the Gubernatorial election are official. We have sent the Secretary of the State’s office a letter requesting that she not refer to her preliminary results of the election as “official” until the results are unlikely to be amended.

Comments
  • wtf

    Foley is just worried.. rightly so.