New Haven Independent: “We were caught flatfooted,” Winfield said, referring to Republican gains in Connecticut’s State Senate and General Assembly. (The makeup of the Senate is now evenly split between Democrats and Republicans.) “We went from having basically a super majority a few years ago to a divided State Senate today. We knew that a wave was coming our way, but we didn’t sit down and figure out what the message of the Connecticut Democratic Party was. Our state party was largely silent while the Republicans talked incessantly about businesses leaving Connecticut. And that was a big problem.”
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