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Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Final results

Check out CT Bob's site for the final results from the 2CD recount.

Rob Simmons held a presser today where he conceded to Courtney and stated that he would not challenge the results.
The day after he left the closest Congressional race in the country, three-term Republican Rep. Rob Simmons conceded the race to Democrat Joe Courtney.

At a late afternoon press conference today in Mystic, Simmons said he doesn't intend to challenge the election results which had him losing to Courtney by 91 votes.

"Any effort to do so would only be self defeating and destructive to the people we serve," Simmons said.

I'm hoping to have video from Simmons' presser posted later tonight.