Stefanowski, Lamont just take liberties in pay day loan allegations

Stefanowski, Lamont just take liberties in pay day loan allegations

Updated 6:22 pm EDT, Tuesday, October 2, 2018

The debate between prospects for governor, Republican Bob Stefanowski, left, and Democrat Ned Lamont, appropriate, during the Shubert Theatre in brand new Haven.

The debate between prospects for governor, Republican Bob Stefanowski, left, and Democrat Ned Lamont, appropriate, during the Shubert Theatre in brand new Haven.

The debate between prospects for governor, Republican Bob Stefanowski, left, and Democrat Ned Lamont, appropriate, during the Shubert Theatre in brand new Haven.

The debate between prospects for governor, Republican Bob Stefanowski, left, and Democrat Ned Lamont, appropriate, in the Shubert Theatre in brand new Haven.

Republican Bob Stefanowski went a payday home loan company. The capital raising company that employs Democrat Ned Lamont’s spouse as handling manager committed to one. Both are facts featured in misleading tv advertisements in Connecticut’s gubernatorial campaign.

In his latest advertisement, Stefanowski responds to a Lamont spot where the Democrat asserts, “Bob Stefanowski profited from predatory loans to solution users.”

Not too, claims Stefanowski. His advertising claims, “What a hypocrite! Lamont’s usually the one who personally profited off payday loans.”

Both assertions are problematic. Continue reading “Stefanowski, Lamont just take liberties in pay day loan allegations”