Conn. Seniors Sound Off on Elections

Saturday, January 26, 2008

Have you ever wondered what's on the mind of the crowd that always votes -- senior citizens? WNYC's Amy Pearl brought a microphone to a bagel brunch in her mother's condo in a self-described "over 50" community in Newtown, Connecticut.

WNYC's Amy Pearl with her mother Susan Von Eggers, Barbara Herman, Patty and Elliot Wasserman, and Bill Koelling. The Connecticut primary is February 5, as are the New York and New Jersey primary.

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