The Connecticut presidential primary arrives on April 26, but please don’t talk to me about it. In fact, let’s not talk at all. I can’t be trusted to keep my mouth shut.
When this circus opened last summer, many assumed both party nominations would be wrapped up by now. As recently as last month, the CT Mirror quoted Quinnipiac University political science professor Scott McLean: “Sadly, I don’t think Connecticut voters are going to tilt the scales of politics in the presidential race of either party. The race is coming to a close in the next two weeks.”
We should be so lucky.