Election results will be gathered from local party headquarters. All results are preliminary and unofficial until certified by the Connecticut Secretary of the State. These results pages will automatically update every few minutes.

All vote tallies are unofficial Winner

MONTVILLE

Montville Town Council
Montville Board of Education
Montville Board of Assessment Appeals
Montville Zoning Board of Appeals

NEW LONDON

New London City Council
New London Board of Education

NORTH STONINGTON

North Stonington First Selectman

Top vote-getter is elected.

North Stonington Selectman

Top vote-getter is elected.

North Stonington School Board

NORWICH

Norwich City Council

Top 6 vote-getters are elected (no more than 5 from one party, including mayor).

Norwich Board of Education

Top 9 vote-getters are elected.

Norwich Mayor
Norwich Treasurer
Norwich Referendum: $3.2 million Fire & Safety

$3.2 million bond authorization for purchase of fire and safety equipment, including tanker and rescue trucks.

Norwich Referendum: $5 million Road & Bridge

$5 million bond authorization for road, bridge, sidewalk and drainage construction.

OLD LYME

Old Lyme First Selectman
Old Lyme Selectman
Old Lyme Town Clerk
Old Lyme Board of Finance
Old Lyme Board of Finance (Alt.)
Old Lyme Board of Assessment Appeals
Old Lyme Planning Commission (5-yr term, starts 2017)
Old Lyme Planning Commission (5-yr term, starts 2018)
Old Lyme Zoning Commission (5-yr term, starts 2017)
Old Lyme Zoning Commission (5-yr term, starts 2018)
Old Lyme Zoning Board of Appeals (5-yr term, starts 2018)
Old Lyme Zoning Board of Appeals (Alt.)
Lyme-Old Lyme Board of Education (from Old Lyme)

Election News

Election complaint in Norwich mayoral race dismissed

An election complaint filed by then-mayoral candidate Peter Nystrom against petitioning candidate Jon Oldfield was dismissed Wednesday, and Oldfield said he is "furious" and is considering a...

Richards, de la Cruz qualify for state campaign financing

Incumbent Democratic State Rep. Joe de la Cruz and his Republican challenger Ken Richards, have qualified for public campaign financing through the state's Citizens' Election Program.

State coming up with ways to spend $5.1 million to prevent election tampering

Connecticut's secretary of the state is tasking a group of local, state and federal officials to come up with the best way to invest $5.1 million in federal funds to protect the state from cyber...

Soto will seek second term representing New London in Hartford

Freshman state lawmaker Chris Soto, D- New London, announced this week he would seek a second term representing the 39th District.

Donahue qualifies for state campaign financing

Chris Donahue of Pawcatuck, one of the two candidates for the Democratic nomination to run for state representative from the 43rd District, has announced that he has qualified for public campaign...