Democratic party-endorsed candidate for governor Dan Malloy is out with his first television ad of the campaign. It’s a mostly biographical piece that transitions into a pledge to fix the state’s ailing economy. See it here:
The ad is particularly significant because Malloy is the first candidate to qualify for public campaign financing. His Democratic rival, Greenwich millionaire Ned Lamont, has spent millions in TV ads that have been running for months but he has yet to put any more distance between himself and Malloy in recent polls.