AP Reverses call in CT governor's race but Malloy still likely to win

It doesn't happen very frequently but the Associated Press has withdrawn its call in favor of Democrat Daniel Malloy in the Connecticut governor's race as GOP candidate Tom Foley surprisingly surged ahead late.But - no surprise - late word from Democratic stronghold in New Haven is that the count has been slow in being reported which led to Foley's surge.How big a margin is Malloy's total from New Haven? Democrat Dannel Malloy got about 18,600 more votes in New Haven than Republican Tom Foley, a total that could be enough to win the governor's race.The Courant obtained totals from the New Haven Registrars of Voters that show Malloy had 22,298 votes, compared to Foley's 3,685.Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz said she will have official results in the governor's race later today. In a radio interview Thursday morning, she said discrepancies in earlier reports likely have to do with incomplete totals in New Haven.[Sample Our Free Breaking News Alert And 3 P.M. News...(Read Full Post)