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Blumenthal, Levy make campaign stops in Danbury

Both Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal and Republican challenger Leora Levy were in Danbury yesterday.  Blumenthal met with City officials to announce a $250,000 federal grant for the Housing Authority  to install intercom systems and surveillance cameras at two senior housing complexes, Wooster Manor and Putnam Towers.  The funding awarded through the U-S Department of Housing and Urban Development will allow residents to screen visitors before granting them access to their building.  He was joined by Mayor Dean Esposito, Police Chief Patrick Ridenhour and others.  Levy held a Law and Order Roundtable discussion at Danbury Library.  She met with Connecticut Fraternal Order of Police President John Krupinsky, a member of the Danbury Police Department; Lisa Dean who is the founder of Demand Zero; retired NYPD Detective Ralph Friedman and others.  They discussed anti-police sentiments, rising crime surrounding fentanyl, and qualified immunity for officers at the federal level.