Kesten, a Democrat, said he was inspired to run against Murphy after an unsatisfying meeting with Murphy’s chief of staff and communications director.

‘I asked them pointed questions about health care and education,’ Kesten said. ‘They said we have no position or standing on that. We don’t consider these our issues. It was disconcerting.’”

Read more: http://lewisboro.dailyvoice.com/politics/lewisboro-resident-challenging-terrence-murphy-for-senate-seat/727107/


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