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HARTFORD, CONN. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1946
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HOW YOU VOTE IS NO CONCERN OF OURS. BUT THAT YOU DO VOTE IS EVERYBODY'S
CONCERN. WE THEREFORE SUBMIT TO YOU THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS FROR THE CAN
DIDATES OF BOTH PARTIES, WITH THE FULL HOPE THAT YOU WILL EXERCISE YOUR VOT
ING RESPON5I BLITY.
The Candidates Say:
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JAIYJES L. YIcCON AUGHY :
The Republican Party will not desert the free man nor the
sacred rights of free men. A s Governor, I will cherish them. I
will do everything in my power to encourage and protect them. It
is my pledge to develop initiative, to preserve the economy that
has given us Connecticut industry and the Connecticut working
man. I want for them greater opportunity, and 11! fight to get it.
WILBERT SNOW:
The Democratic Party from the time of Jefferson has been a
party of the underdog. If elected Governor I will continue work
ing in the Jeff ersonian tradition. I will fight to protect the rights
of minorities in 1947 as I fought to protect the rights of minorities
in the Senate in 1945.
The high and prosperous condition of our industries at this
moment, as reported by the Labor Commissioner of the State, is a
thing which means not only prosperity for the State and the Na
tion, but is also the open sesame to a rehabilitated world. This
is no time to run the risk of a political change.
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