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OP-ED | If Connecticut Republicans Want To Win, Some Soul Searching Is In Order

What happens when a political party gets wiped out in elections? Typically, there are varying degrees of soul searching, hand wringing, pearl clutching – you name the cliché – among the party faithful, depending on the severity of the defeat. It’s unusual to see such activity before the general election, but if the early buzz is any indication, most Connecticut Republicans aren’t happy with the results of last week’s primary elections and are not terribly optimistic about the party’s chances in November.