WFSB, (CNN) – Independent Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman has not made much noise about running for re-election in 2012, but according to a new interview, if he does run, he will not return to its roots democratic . Instead, he says he will “probably” stand as an independent.
Speaking to CNN affiliate WFSB Hartford, Conn., in an interview with the weekly Sunday “Face the State,” Lieberman said host Dennis House he thinks he could be reelected to the Senate United States, but it would be a tough race.
Senator Lieberman also said he is open to endorse another candidate for reelection in 2012: President Barack Obama. It will be very well with his fellow Democrats who are rumored to be encouraged Lieberman to run for reelection as a Democrat. Lieberman has made statements about the meeting with Democratic leaders, who confirmed he will meet with DSCC Chairman Patty Murray “at his request.”
The Senate of the Democratic coalition has 53 members in the 112th Democratic Congress, including two independents caucus with the Democrats, one of which is Lieberman. A successful run for reelection as a Democrat would give a needed boost for the Democratic Senate count.
“Face the State” with Dennis House will be broadcast Sunday on WFSB Hartford, Connecticut.
Hartford Courant, Democratic state legislator George Jepsen is the first new attorney general of Connecticut in 20 years.
The Hartford Courant called the race for Jepsen morning early Wednesday when the results showed Jepsen with a lead of 7 percentage points with respect to Martha Dean with 81 percent of precincts reporting.
Jepsen had declared victory late Tuesday in his race against Dean. According to the Courant, which bore the unofficial margin of about 6 percentage points when he claimed victory at 10:12 pm The margin was so narrow as 1.5 points half an hour before the newspaper reported.
Jepsen, a state legislator for a long time in the 27th district of Connecticut in the Senate, received his party’s nomination by acclimation at the state convention in May.
Two of the four Republicans competing, Dean and Ross Garber, benefit from a primary offering, which Dean had with 60.5 percent of the vote in August.
In campaign, Jepsen and Dean differed on whether the prosecution had become “too powerful” and litigation under the administration of two decades of Richard Blumenthal. However, both had promised to promote policies that encourage business growth and job creation.
Dean, a lawyer in private practice, also committed to join 20 other states difficult to provide mandatory health insurance federal health legislation approved earlier this year.
Jepsen had dismissed the promise of Dean as “overtly political.”
Dean even filed a lawsuit challenging last minute Jepsen qualifications for the office of attorney general.
Jepsen campaign, in response, had said his 26 years in practice and experience in nearly all courts of the state “more than satisfied with the Connecticut Supreme Court requirements for attorney general. He called the move “grandstanding” on the part of Dean.
Jepsen served a total of 16 years in the Connecticut General Assembly, first as state representative and then as state senator – the last six as majority leader.
A graduate of Dartmouth College and Harvard Law School, Ridgefield resident and his wife Diana have two children, Christian, 17, and William, 14.
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