Election Day Numbers

Unofficial results with all Connecticut precincts reporting to the Connecticut Secretary of the State. For all races see here.

GOVERNOR AND LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Statewide

  Ned Lamont and Susan Bysiewicz 675,155 48.05%
  Bob Stefanowski and Joe Markley 624,507 44.45%
  Ned Lamont and Susan Bysiewicz 17,826 1.27%
  Bob Stefanowski and Joe Markley 25,386 1.81%
  Rodney Hanscomb and Jeffrey Thibeault 6,078 0.43%
  Mark Stewart Greenstein and John Demitrus 1,250 0.09%
  Oz Griebel and Monte E Frank 54,698 3.89%
  Lee Whitnum and Jacey Wyatt

Bridgeport results:

  Ned Lamont and Susan Bysiewicz 21,902 78.67%
  Bob Stefanowski and Joe Markley 4,951 17.78%
  Ned Lamont and Susan Bysiewicz 391 1.40%
  Bob Stefanowski and Joe Markley 245 0.88%
  Rodney Hanscomb and Jeffrey Thibeault 82 0.29%
  Mark Stewart Greenstein and John Demitrus 24 0.09%
  Oz Griebel and Monte E Frank 245 0.88%
  Lee Whitnum and Jacey Wyatt 0 0.00%
UNITED STATES SENATOR    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
  Christopher S Murphy 22,562 82.16%
  Matthew Corey 4,025 14.66%
  Christopher S Murphy 649 2.36%
  Richard Lion 102 0.37%
  Jeff Russell 122 0.44%
  Fred Linck 2 0.01%
  Kristi L Talmadge 0 0.00%
REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 04    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
Connecticut 04
  Jim Himes 22,682 83.40%
  Harry Arora 4,215 15.50%
  Harry Arora 297 1.09%
  Yusheng Peng 2 0.01%
STATE SENATOR 22    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
Connecticut 22
  Marilyn Moore 10,362 75.17%
  Rich Deecken 2,902 21.05%
  Marilyn Moore 346 2.51%
  Rich Deecken 175 1.27%
STATE SENATOR 23    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
Connecticut 23
  Dennis Bradley 11,587 87.19%
  John Rodriguez 1,703 12.81%
STATE REPRESENTATIVE 124    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
Connecticut 124
  Andre F Baker Jr 2,912 89.93%
  Jose L Quiroga 326 10.07%
STATE REPRESENTATIVE 126    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
Connecticut 126
  Charlie Stallworth 5,362 84.32%
  Manuel Bataguas 997 15.68%
STATE REPRESENTATIVE 127    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
Connecticut 127
  John (Jack) F Hennessy 3,965 73.13%
  Peter Perillo 1,341 24.73%
  John (Jack) F Hennessy 116 2.14%
STATE REPRESENTATIVE 128    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
Connecticut 128
  Christopher Rosario 2,366 88.18%
  Ethan Book 317 11.82%
STATE REPRESENTATIVE 129    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
Connecticut 129
  Steven Stafstrom 4,507 82.20%
  Vallorie L Clark 976 17.80%
STATE REPRESENTATIVE 130    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
Connecticut 130
  Ezequiel Santiago 3,202 89.84%
  Terry A Sullivan 362 10.16%
SECRETARY OF THE STATE    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
  Denise W Merrill 21,550 80.25%
  Susan Chapman 4,243 15.80%
  Denise W Merrill 475 1.77%
  Susan Chapman 253 0.94%
  Heather Lynn Sylvestre Gwynn 128 0.48%
  S Michael DeRosa 205 0.76%
TREASURER    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
  Shawn Wooden 21,544 80.88%
  Thad Gray 4,212 15.81%
  Shawn Wooden 503 1.89%
  Thad Gray 202 0.76%
  Jesse Brohinsky 177 0.66%
  W. Michael Downes 0 0.00%
COMPTROLLER    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
  Kevin Lembo 21,380 80.51%
  Kurt Miller 4,199 15.81%
  Kevin Lembo 447 1.68%
  Kurt Miller 202 0.76%
  Paul Passarelli 167 0.63%
  Edward G Heflin 162 0.61%
ATTORNEY GENERAL    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
  William Tong 21,369 80.20%
  Sue Hatfield 4,384 16.45%
  William Tong 447 1.68%
  Sue Hatfield 231 0.87%
  Peter D Goselin 213 0.80%
JUDGE OF PROBATE 48    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
Connecticut 48
  Paul Ganim 22,008 100.00%
REGISTRAR OF VOTERS    ( Click here for full race results )
CANDIDATE PARTY / NAME VOTES VOTES %
  Santa I Ayala 20,699 80.20%
  Linda A Grace 5,111 19.80%
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  1. Many of the City Council members were away from the Monday meeting. My comments, though short on Tuesday numbers above, were completed simultaneous with the five minute notice to public speakers.
    Dear OIB readers, the following was addressed to CC chambers on Monday November 5, 2018:
    Let me guess that your minds are focused on Election Day tomorrow. You hope to have as many people voting as possible. Bridgeport has a poor voting record in this City when you compare the number of people registered to vote to those who come out to vote. Why is that? Does one vote mean that little? Are folks frustrated that they vote and the elected do not listen? Are people cynical when the rich get richer and folks don’t have food, shelter, clothing or good public educations? We have heard a lot about “fake news”, lies and equivocation in politics in the past two years. But what do you call a communication that was handed out in my District this weekend published by the Democratic Town Committee? Did DTC leaders hold a meeting to declare that the DTC Chair Testa and each District Chair are in favor of “fully funding education”? Those are words put in the mouth of the Democratic candidates. They further claim that certain candidates have led the fight to restructure Bridgeport finances. Where is the evidence? What does MARB offer the City? The subject is school operations. In 3 months you’ll be dealing with this again. Aren’t you happy to know that the Bridgeport DTC, your sponsors and endorsers have paid for this ad promotion and approve its message??

    As Communications Director for the Greater Bridgeport NAACP for several years now, I looked for what we might do this year. I heard about the NAACP motto for the year: DEFEAT HATE – VOTE!!! I figured that this community can see hate when it shows its ugliness in words and/or action. I ordered 500 buttons. I have worn mine every day and had many conversations with “friends I had not yet met”. People know hate and know it has no place in the public square. Sometimes the hatred is about racial matters and it gets hidden institutionally.

    For instance if you have a problem and wish to contact the City about it, there is a program that started as Bridgeport 311 under the previous administration that has morphed into SeeClickFix. I have talked with more than one homeowner resident and/or Council member. You seem to be happy about the ability to report an issue, have it officially recorded, and get a response that often by itself is the answer. For those of you who have Park City Communities residents in your Districts or know of their situation, why do they have a paper and pen system for reporting critical issues like failures in heating, days when no hot water is available. And multiple complaints about water, sewage and precipitation issues that cause mold and damage personal possession that are never solved. I reference months and even years of this. No accountability when paper files are lost. Fear by citizens that complaints will be met with eviction or further ignoring of basic quality of life components. Why are there two systems in play in Bridgeport with those who are caught in public housing offered one system that fails often and is not accountable ever? And another that seems to deal reasonably and timely with complaints from taxpayers? Is this equal treatment? Is it fair? (Is that part of our voting problem, too, when governance fails to deliver?)

    Finally, I attended a meeting with Acting Chief Perez and Lt. O’Donnell regarding the van that was “not abandoned” on October 2. Last week Linda Lee told me that there was no action and she needs a lawyer to sue. The Chief is a nice friendly guy, but by telling the public on June 18 that he could fix it the next day and allowing nearly five months passing, he demonstrates a lack of effectiveness. And when the story of Captain Straubel, his right hand assistant, turned into a soap opera with serious racial overtones, did he do everything possible to investigate all other forms of electronic communications that would either show other patterns of racial discrimination within the department or not. Was this completed? No word on this subject is revealed as the panels listen to candidates. This reflects poorly on the current administration in my opinion. Time will tell.

    John Marshall Lee
    November 5, 2018

  2. Lennie, will you be posting thoughts related to the much-anticipated ‘blue wave’ on the national scene and the impact of the ‘urban’ vote in Connecticut?

  3. Not impressed with about 30 percent turnout in Bridgeport. We need to stop being so sad that we celebrate abysmal turnout. 85,000 registered voters and all we could get out is 25,000 or so out? C’mon people, you want funding for our schools and infrastructure? F@&$ng vote!

  4. Bridgeport vote totals just went up!!!! Lamont went from 20,847 to 22,293 and stefanwonaki went from 4,916 to 5,196. And lamont now jumps from a 16,000 vote margin to 17,000. Huge numbers from bpt more like presidential!

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