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  1. ctpatsfan1

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    BOSTON (Reuters) - U.S. Sen. Joseph Lieberman (news, bio, voting record), running as an independent, has taken a wide 17-point lead over Democrat Ned Lamont in the Senate race in Connecticut, according to a poll released on Friday.

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    Lieberman, a three-term incumbent and the 2000 Democratic vice presidential nominee who lost to Lamont in the party primary, held a 52 percent to 35 percent lead in the three-way race, said the poll, the first since a televised debate this week.



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    We will see soon enough.
    Even if Lamont were to lose, as a Dem, I'd much rather lose with dignity, knowing that my candidate was someone that had America's best interest in mind, than win the Rove way.
     
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    Obviously you haven't seen the ads Lamont is running here in CT, they are anything but dignified. Lieberman has waded into the mud too, but no where near as much as Lamont, I really believe this is why Lieberman is increasing his lead, because voters are just sick of Lamont and his mud slinging.
     

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