Connecticut state convention: Lieberman puts the screws and calls in the chips, and Ned Lamont still gets 35%:
The Lieberman crowd was beaten, even with 65 percent of the vote. A curiosity in January, the Lamont campaign has become a growing army that could overthrow the incumbent in the Aug. 8 primary. For 90 minutes, party loyalists who have known Joe Lieberman for decades rose and turned their backs on him in favor of an engaging stranger.
So does Joementum bolt the party when he loses the primary?