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Stefanowski Concedes In Governor’s Race; New Haven Puts Lamont Over The Top

by Paul Bass | Nov 7, 2018 8:32 am | Comments (15)

Thomas Breen PhotoNed Lamont will be the next governor of Connecticut, thanks to New Haven.

Voters here gave Lamont a 20,461-vote victory margin—which will continue to grow as more votes are counted — over Republican Bob Stefanowski, the largest single vote total in the state. [Update: Final victory margin in the city was 23,278 votes.]

Stefanowski conceded to the Greenwich Democrat on Wednesday morning, even as New Haven continued counting its ballots after a disastrous election day muddled by broken voting machines.

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Ballot Pandemonium: Machines Break All Over Town; Voters Wait Hours; Stefanowski Seeks Injunction

by Paul Bass, Markeshia Ricks, Allan Appel, & Jake Dressler | Nov 7, 2018 12:07 am | Comments (21)

Paul Bass PhotosDouble breakdowns in New Haven’s elections Tuesday have thrown the city’s vote-count into chaos — and prompted Republican gubernatorial Bob Stefanowski to go to court to segregate some of the city’s ballots.

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Photographs Teach How To Look Again

by Brian Slattery | Oct 26, 2018 7:18 am

Hank PaperIn Hank Paper’s Tourists 2, we see two couples sitting on outdoor chairs and tables. We can barely see the faces of one couple; they look like they’re chatting amiably. Maybe they’re good friends. Maybe they’re on a date. The other couple looks tired, like they’ve been on their feet for a while. Maybe they’re carrying too much stuff around. But what really ties it together is the ridiculous gnome in the center of the photograph. Is the man sitting next to it staring it down? Staring past it? Has he almost forgotten it’s there?

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