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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

Elected officials need to pay attention to high unemployment rates here

The rate is only slightly higher in Waterbury, Hartford and Ansonia.

Norwich Republicans file two election complaints on Nov. 2 election issues

Two local Republican Party officials have filed election complaints alleging violations of state election laws in connection with the Nov. 2 municipal election.

East Lyme public safety building 'almost there'

Dispatchers and police could be moved in before the end of the month. The fire marshal's office is already there.

Montville Democrats called to 2022 caucus Jan. 5

The Democratic Town Committee is inviting all registered Democrats to its meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 5, at Town Hall in Room 203.

Norwich voting precinct borders will shift with state redistricting

In Norwich, the 46th House District shrank; the 47th District got slightly smaller and the 139th District grew in size.

Natalie Braswell is named Connecticut state comptroller

She will be the first Black person to become comptroller, one of the state’s six elected statewide constitutional offices.

The new Groton Town Council forms a circular firing squad

Councilors, unable to reach consensus on who among them should be mayor, ignore an obvious solution and adjourn in disarray.