Election results will be gathered from the Associated Press for statewide races and the Second Congressional District and from local party headquarters for state House and Senate Districts. All results are preliminary and unofficial until certified by the Connecticut Secretary of the State. Results will automatically update every few minutes.

2016 ELECTION RESULTS

Town-by-town Presidential Election Results

Data from the Secretary of the State as of Nov. 9, 2016. Paul Blumenthal and Patrick Blair were certified write-in candidates.


U.S. President State Senate State House of Representatives U.S. Congress Local Referenda

All vote tallies are unofficial Winner

NATIONAL RACES

U.S. President (Electoral College votes)

  270 Needed to win

STATE SENATE

18th Senate District
19th Senate District
20th Senate District
33rd Senate District

STATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES

23rd House District
37th House District
38th House District
39th House District
40th House District
41st House District
42nd House District
43rd House District
46th House District
47th House District
139th House District

U.S. Congress

U.S. Senate
2nd Congressional District

Local Referenda

Groton School Bond Referendum

"Shall the ordinance appropriating $184,500,000 and authorizing bonds and notes in the same amount for the design and construction of the Groton 2020 Plan, consisting of a new, consolidated middle school and conversion of the existing middle schools into 'renovated like new' elementary schools be approved?"

$184 million School Bond

Election News

Groton Republicans recommend Weitlauf to fill vacant Board of Education seat

Tasked with recommending an appointment for a vacant Board of Education seat, the Republican Party in Groton had two candidates: one with experience on the board, and a would-be newcomer who received...

Sen. Murphy weighs in on Russia probe, North Korea tensions

Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., sat down with the editorial board at The Day on Tuesday afternoon for a wide-ranging conversation that touched on threats from North Korea, defense spending, gun control...

It's never too early to shop for Christmas

Some people around here might deserve more than stones in their stockings.