Four Democratic Candidates for State Offices to Speak on Gun Violence Wednesday Morning in Darien

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Three Democratic state legislators and a candidate for a state House of Representatives seat will hold a public discussion Wednesday morning in Darien on gun violence and keeping communities safe from it.

The “gun safety community conversation” among the four men, all candidates for office in this November’s election, will take place starting at 9 a.m. at The Depot at 25 Heights Road. (The Depot is not a sponsor of the event or involved in its content.)

The four candidates are William Tong, a state representative and candidate for Attorney General; House Majority Leader Bob Duff, a candidate for re-election in the 25th District; state Sen. Carlo Leone, running for re-election in  27th District; and Matt Blumenthal, a candidate for state representative running to replace Tong in the 147th District. Blumenthal is the son of U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal.

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