Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Malloy responds to state missing grants

Gubernatorial candidate Dan Malloy responded today to Connecticut missing out on TIGER (Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery) funds to the tune of $1.5 billion.

Malloy didn't specify who might be to blame, but he stressed that we need to understand why it happened so we can successfully secure funds in the future. His entire press release is located HERE.

By the way, I really like Dan's campaign website. The spiffy Connecticut-shaped logo based upon the Obama "O" design catches the eye, his news pages have a nice newspapery look to them, and the entire website is attractive and easy to navigate. Nothing cheesy or confusing at all. Well done.

Malloy is scheduled to appear at the Milford Democratic Town Committee this Thursday at 7:30. The public is invited to hear him speak. Details, including a neat tool to provide directions, are located here.

(BTW I think that's me on the left of that photo, holding the camera; I believe it was taken at Dan's last appearance at our DTC.)


Matt said...

I like his website, too... not sure it's worth the $100,000 he paid for it, but there are lots of fun design-ey references in there.

CT Bob said...

Wow, that's some serious coin there! No wonder the website looks so good.

Larkspur said...

$100,000 for his web site. No wonder Dan Malloy is worried about fundraising.

It is a sharp looking web site. Better be for $100K.