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Boughton forms exploratory committee for 2014 Gov. run

Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton has formed an exploratory committee to look into the possibility of running for Governor next year.  The 2010 Republican Lt. Governor candidate has so far been non-committal on saying if he plans to jump into the race.


Boughton has said up until now that he is focused on the Mayoral contest that's coming up in a few of months.


Danbury Democrat Paul McAllister has petitioned his way onto the November ballot to challenge Boughton.  McAllister, a former Common Councilman is a retired Ridgefield police lieutenant.


Last month, Senate Minority Leader John McKinney of Fairfield announced he planned to seek the Republican nomination and ultimately challenge Democratic Governor Dannel Malloy, who has not yet said publicly whether he'll seek a second term.


Boughton says he will make a "go" or "no go" decision by January 1st.  If he decides to get into the race, Boughton says he will not become a candidate for Lieutenant Governor.

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