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Connecticut Senate Debate: Chris Dodd (D), Jack Orchulli (R), Lenny Rasch (Libertarian), and Timothy Knibbs (Concerned Citizens Party)


Budget & Economy
   Chris Dodd: The next generation may be less well-off than us.
Education
   Jack Orchulli: Increasing education funding for No Child Left Behind.
   Timothy Knibbs: Eliminate the Department of Education.
Government Reform
   Lenny Rasch: Big government programs don't work.
Homeland Security
   Chris Dodd: Voted for 20 pay increases for the military.


The above quotations are from Connecticut Senate Debate: Chris Dodd (D), Jack Orchulli (R), Lenny Rasch (Libertarian), and Timothy Knibbs (Concerned Citizens Party).

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