Former President Bill Clinton stood side by side with Democratic gubernatorial candidate Dan Malloy. He said it matters who is Governor and that Malloy is on the side of the people of Connecticut. Polls show a dead heat between the Democrat and Republican Tom Foley.
"If the people who want to be a part of the 21st century economy know the facts, then all the polling models are wrong, Dan Malloy will be elected and you will surprise everybody and you will give Connecticut the chance that the people deserve," said Clinton.
"All we're asking for is to give us a couple of years," said Clinton. "You gave them eight years to dig the hole give us four years to dig out and we'll show you what America can do."
State Republican chairman Chris Healy responded to the visits.
But Clinton hopes to get the same people who were fired up in 2008 to come out again this year.
"The only thing that matters at this rally tonight is what you do when you leave here," said Clinton.