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.

Results By Race

All vote tallies are unofficial Winner

Dannel P. Malloy (D)
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Tom Foley (R)
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Joe Visconti (P)
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Comptroller
Kevin Lembo (D)
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Sharon J. McLaughlin (R)
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Rolf Maurer (G)
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Attorney General
George Jepsen (D)
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Stephen Fournier (G)
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Kie Westby (R)
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Dan Reale (L)
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William Clyde (G)
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Lori Hopkins-Cavanagh (R)
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Joe Courtney (D)
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Secretary of the State
Denise W. Merrill (D)
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Peter Lumaj (R)
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S. Michael DeRosa (G)
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Treasurer
Denise L. Nappier (D)
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Timothy M. Herbst (R)
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Senate

Kevin G. Trejo (R)
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Andrew Maynard (D)
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Elizabeth "Betsy" Ritter (D)
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Paul M. Formica (R)
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Catherine Osten (D)
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Steven Everett (R)
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Emily Bjornberg (D)
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Art Linares (R)
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Colin Bennett (G)
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House

Mary Stone (D)
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Devin Carney (R)
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Billy G. Collins (G)
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Marc Balestracci (D)
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Kathleen M. McCarty (R)
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John F. Scott (R)
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Edward E. Moukawsher (D)
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Mike France (R)
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Timothy Russell Bowles (D)
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Emmett D. Riley (D)
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Rob Dempsky (R)
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Elbert M. Burr (R)
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Ed Jutila (D)
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Ernest Hewett (D)
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Andrew Lockwood (R)
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Elissa Wright (D)
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Aundré Bumgardner (R)
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Diana Urban (D)
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Brian Sear (D)
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Doug Dubitsky (R)
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Kevin Ryan (D)
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Jonathan C. Gilman (R)
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Election News

Courtney poised to take over subcommittee with oversight of Navy shipbuilding

The subcommittee makes key decisions about military spending, and that would put Courtney in a better position to advocate for increased submarine spending and production.

What will the election mean for state Senate Republicans?

Connecticut Democrats nabbed 24 of the 36 seats, per unofficial numbers from the Connecticut Secretary of State's office.