Former Stamford Mayor Dan Malloy won the vote at the Democratic State Convention in Hartford, CT for his nomination for Governor of Connecticut.
"We can build a new Connecticut," said Malloy.
A vote at the convention does not necessarily mean that there will not be primary elections this August. The other frontrunner in the gubernatorial race on the democratic side is Greenwich Businessman Ned Lamont.
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