Mary Glassman After Democratic Gubernatorial Hopefuls' TV Debate

Mary Glassman, running for lieutenant governor as Stamford Mayor Dannel Malloy's running mate, talked with supporters at the Wood-N-Tap in Hartford after the televised debate between Malloy and New Haven <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PEPLT007444" title="John DeStefano" href="/topic/politics-government/government/john-destefano-PEPLT007444.topic">Mayor John DeStefano</a>, which was held in New London. She and supporters watched the debate from Hartford. On the right is Louise Bailey of West Hartford, sister of <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="hpp729" title="Barbara Kennelly" href="/topic/politics-government/barbara-kennelly-hpp729.topic">Barbara Kennelly</a> and the late chief state's attorney <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="hpp2518" title="John Bailey" href="/topic/politics-government/john-bailey-hpp2518.topic">John Bailey</a>.

( JOHN LONG / HARTFORD COURANT / July 18, 2006 )

Mary Glassman, running for lieutenant governor as Stamford Mayor Dannel Malloy's running mate, talked with supporters at the Wood-N-Tap in Hartford after the televised debate between Malloy and New Haven Mayor John DeStefano, which was held in New London. She and supporters watched the debate from Hartford. On the right is Louise Bailey of West Hartford, sister of Barbara Kennelly and the late chief state's attorney John Bailey.

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