Dan Malloy’s gubernatorial campaign wanted to know last week if his opponent, Ned Lamont, sent a film crew to his neighborhood.

Yup. That was the Lamont campaign film crew.

“We did film in Stamford recently, including in Dan Malloy’s neighborhood,” Lamont’s campaign manager Joe Abbey said. “But with all the issues facing Connecticut families right now, it’s disappointing that the Malloy team is trying to make this campaign about standard political tactics.”

Malloy’s campaign strategist Roy Occhiogrosso said the Lamont campaign is just disappointed they got caught.

“They’re overreacting and panicking because they’ve spent a lot of money on TV commercials and were unable to pull away in the polls,” Occhiogrosso said. “People aren’t buying what they’re selling.”