This hour, we sit down with AMiGo Constitution Party candidate Mark Stewart.
Who is Stewart? And why is he campaigning to become Connecticut's next governor? This hour, we find out and we also hear from you.
- Mark Stewart - AMiGo Constitution Party candidate for governor of Connecticut; his name appears on the ballot as Mark Stewart Greenstein (@Stewart4Liberty)
- John Dankosky - Host on Connecticut Public Radio; Executive Editor of the New England News Collaborative (@johndankosky)
- Ty Seymour - Senior at Southern Connecticut State University; Chairman of the Connecticut Federation of College Republicans (@tyseymour)
CT Viewpoints: Traffic stops, African-Americans and the drug war - "Unlike arrest rates, incarceration rates, and parole violation rates, which are highly subject to biased reporting, traffic stop data broken out by race is one of the better ways to evaluate wrongful race-based discrimination. Prior to the stop, the police officer knows nothing about the driver other than sex, skin color, car exterior, and how she or he is driving."
Hartford Courant: Mark Stewart Greenstein Focused His Campaign On Bringing The Whalers Back. Now He'll Be On The Ballot For Governor. - "Greenstein, who runs a test prep firm in Newington, has experience with long-shot candidacies; he has run twice for president, in 2000 and 2016. Two years ago, he got 236 votes out of 121,253 cast in the Democratic primary in Rhode Island and 27 out of 250,983 cast in New Hampshire."
Chion Wolf contributed to this show.