NOTE: Election results will be posted here as they come in after the polls close on Nov. 6.

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.

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Referenda

Groton Charter Revision

"Shall the Town of Groton Charter be amended and revised, all as set forth in the November 2017 final report of the 2016 Town of Groton Charter Revision Commission, and as on file with the Town Clerk?"

Town of Groton Charter Revision

Ledyard Charter Revision

"Shall the Town of Ledyard charter be revised as presented in the final report dated June 7, 2018?"

Town of Ledyard Charter Revision

Montville Road Improvements Bonds

"Shall the Town of Montville appropriate $10 million for road improvements and pavement projects and authorize the issuance of general obligation bonds and notes in the same amount to finance said appropriation?"

Town of Montville Road Bonds

Election News

Three Democrats file as candidates for New London City Council

Three Democrats have registered as City Council candidates for the upcoming municipal election and formed a committee to raise funds.

Preston Democrats seek candidates for fall election

The Preston Democratic Town Committee is seeking candidates to run for office in this fall’s municipal election.

Senate endorses early voting, but not with margin to get on 2020 ballot

The chamber voted 23-13 to approve the proposal, falling four votes short of the three-fourths threshold needed to send it before voters 18 months from now.

Groton holds school referendum, city elections on Monday

Polling places will be open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday, May 6.

Blumenthal: Candidates should report offers of assistance by foreign nationals

The "Duty to Report Act" would make it a crime for candidates, federal campaigns, and political action committees to fail to report to the Federal Election Commission and the Federal Bureau of...

Stonington residents approve budget

Residents approved the proposed $73.6 million budget and its 0.68-mill tax rate increase by a 3-1 ratio at Tuesday’s referendum.

Uncontested Groton City officials eye economic development, opportunities for youth

Spurring economic development, maintaining city services, and providing more opportunities for youths are among the priorities for the uncontested candidates for City Council and Mayor.