Four more years for Malloy

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Four more years for Governor Dan Malloy.

The realization of his reelection, the governor said, set in when his challenger, Tom Foley, called to concede.

Even though it was another close call, the governor claimed he wasn't too concerned that Foley got 48 percent of the vote.

The governor said he was concernced, however, with the glitches in the voting process in New Haven and two precincts in Hartford.

"Not having a voter list at every polling place at 6am is an abridgement of a person's right to vote which can not be tolerated," Gov. Malloy said.  "Equally I believe that if we have same-day registration, turning people away who have been in line for two hours or more is also an abridgement of that right."

Governor Malloy's inauguration is set for Jan. 7.

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