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Election security, gun violence, health care, immigration, climate change, and partisan politics were the topics addressed during a debate between candidates vying to represent Connecticut’s Fourth District in Congress: Democratic incumbent Jim Himes and Republican challenger Harry Arora. The debate, attended by about 400 people, took place Sunday afternoon, Oct. 21, at the Clune Center in Wilton. Despite exhortations not to, many applauded their favorites and grumbling undertones could be heard throughout the afternoon.
Moderator Kay Maxwell of the League of Women Voters presented the first question on any action Congress could or should take to ensure the integrity of the nation’s elections.