Ned La­mont’s po­lit­i­cal time­line

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1987 — Elected to the Green­wich Board of Select­men along­side Re­pub­li­can Paul Hicks III.

1989 — De­clines to run for First Se­lect­man. Is elected to the Board of Es­ti­mate and Tax­a­tion.

1990 — La­mont runs a “spir­ited” cam­paign for the state Se­nate, draw­ing Re­pub­li­can con­tri­bu­tions and votes as a “fis­cally con­ser­va­tive Demo­crat” but falls short in the elec­tion.

1991 — Gov. Low­ell P. We­icker Jr. at­tempts to ap­point La­mont state ethics chief, but La­mont is deemed in­el­i­gi­ble be­cause of his re­cent po­lit­i­cal cam­paign.

1993 — La­mont re­signs from his post on the BET.

2006 — La­mont runs for U.S. Se­nate against in­cum­bent Joe Lieber­man. De­feats Lieber­man in the Demo­cratic pri­mary, but loses the gen­eral elec­tion.

2010 — La­mont loses a chal­lenge to Dan­nel P. Mal­loy in the Demo­cratic pri­mary for gov­er­nor.

2018 — La­mont is the Demo­cratic nom­i­nee for gov­er­nor.

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