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Friday, July 21, 2006

Douglas Schwatrz breaks down latest Q-poll report

Douglas Schwartz, director of the Quinnipiac University Poll, gave a press conference where he talked about the latest Q-poll report released yesterday and what it means for the senate and governor's race.

In case you missed the conference (it was only broadcasted on CT-N), here are the highlights (Schwatrz discussing Republican senate candidate Alan Schlesinger campaign is a gem).

Douglas Schwartz breaks down the polling information for the senate race.

Schwartz talks about the polling information in regards to the governor's race.

Schwartz and the press goof on Alan Schlesinger's campaign (too funny).