Connecticut residents pressuring Sen. Blumenthal on Iran nuclear deal

#NoBlumenWay should the Iran Nuclear Deal go through
#RememberInNovember those who continue to put our nation at risk of nuclear attack!

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HARTFORD- Pressure on one Connecticut senator to make a decision is heating up as a vote on a U.S. nuclear deal with Iran draws closer.

Dozens of people rallied in support of the deal outside Sen. Richard Blumenthal’s office Wednesday.

Blumenthal is the only Connecticut congressional delegate who has not announced whether or not he supports the plan, which is intended to prevent Iran from building a nuclear weapon in exchange for lifting economic sanctions.

“I’m going to be listening to the people of Connecticut as I make my decision. But, for me, more importantly, I’m going to decide what is the right thing to do for the United States of America. That’s my job,” Blumenthal told the crowd.

The senior senator is also the target of multiple advertisements on both sides of the issue. According to Fox CT senior manager, Steve Rabb, a couple hundred thousand dollars…

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CNN Announces Partnership with Reagan Foundation for GOP Presidential Debate

Sept 16th 2015 is the next televised Republican Debate
Will you be watching?

CNN Press Room

Debate will be held on September 16, 2015 at the Reagan Library

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation announced today that it has joined forces with CNN to host its GOP presidential candidates debate in 2015.  The debate will be held on September 16, 2015 at the Reagan Library.   Further details regarding the debate will be released in the coming months.

“Over thirty five years ago, Ronnie announced his candidacy for higher office because he believed that the citizens of this country wanted a president who could inspire,” said former First Lady Nancy Reagan. “I believe with all my heart that the country, and the world, prospered under his leadership.  It is time to find a new leader, and I’m so pleased that the Reagan Foundation, just as it has in the last two presidential elections, will be hosting a candidates’ debate to do just that.”

This is the second time that…

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