Primary election results

Published on Wednesday, 15 August 2018 20:54
Written by Charles Paullin

@CPaullinNBH

NEW BRITAIN - The Secretary of the State’s Office is reporting that all 169 cities and towns have submitted their primary election results.

The office is looking to make all results official today.

Here are the turnout and result numbers statewide and from the New Britain area as of late Wednesday afternoon:

Statewide

Republican - 122,861 of 385,663 registered voters, or 31.86%

Governor

Bob Stefanwoski - 29.43%

Mark Boughton - 21.33%

David Stemerman - 18.32%

Tim Herbst - 17.55%

Steve Obsitnik - 13.38

Lt. Governon

Joe Markley - 47.64%

Erin Stewart - 32.73%

Jayme Stevenson - 19.63%

5th District U.S. House

Manny Santos - 52.39

Ruby Corby-O’Neill - 26.23%

Richard DuPont - 21.38%

U.S. Senator

Matthew Corey - 76.55 %

Dominic Rapini - 23.45%

Treasurer

Thad Gray - 56.03%

Art Linares - 43.97%

Comptroller

Kurt Miller - 52.43%

Mark Greenberg - 47.57%

Attorney General

Sue Hatfield - 79.33%

Johhn Shaban - 20.67%

Democratic - 200,750 of 700,041 registered voters, or 28.68%

Governor

Ned Lamont - 81.19%

Joe Ganim - 18.81%

Lt. Governor

Susan Bysiewicz - 62.20%

Eva Bermudez Zimmerman - 37.80%

Congressional 5th District

Jahana Hayes - 62.26%

Mary Messina Glassman - 37.80%

Treasurer

Shawn Wooden - 56.79%

Dita Bhargava - 43.21%

Attorney General

William Tong - 57.43%

Paul R. Doyle - 16.72%

Chris Mattei - 25.85%

New Britain

Republican - 1,289 of 3,271 of registered voters, or 39.41%

Governor

Stefanwoski - 28.29%

Boughton - 21.00%

Stemerman - 19.89%

Herbst - 19.49%

Obsitnik - 11.33%

Lt. Governor

Markley - 27.97%

Stewart - 64.22%

Stevenson - 7.81%

U.S. Senator

Corey - 77.08%

Rapini - 22.92%

5th District U.S. House

Manny Santos - 50.48%

Ruby Corby-O’Neill - 27.35%

Richard DuPont - 22.16%

Treasurer

Gray - 45.99%

Linares - 54.01%

Comptroller

Miller - 44.29%

Greenberg - 55.71%

Attorney General

Hatfield - 77.45%

Shaban - 22.55%

Democratic - 3,729 of 14,409 registered voters, or 25.88%

Governor

Ned Lamont - 75.97%

Joe Ganim - 24.03%

Lt. Gov

Susan Bysiewicz - 57.33%

Eva Bermudez Zimmerman - 42.67%

Congressional 5th District

Jahana Hayes - 59.57 %

Mary Messina Glassman - 40.43%

Treasurer

Shawn Wooden - 60.59%

Dita Bhargava - 39.41%

Attorney General

Tong - 57.71%

Doyle - 22.92%

Mattei - 19.37%

State Senator 16 District

Vickie Orsini Nardello - 50.35%

Dargmara Scalise - 49.65%

Plainville

Republican - 875 of 2,468 registered voters, or 35.45%

Governor

Stefanwoski - 35.23%

Boughton - 12.04%

Stemerman - 22.56%

Herbst -13.81%

Obsitnik - 16.35%

Lt. Gov

Markley - 35.03%

Stewart - 56.47%

Stevenson - 8.5%

U.S. Senator

Corey - 76.01%

Rapini - 23.99%

5th District U.S. House

Santos - 41.03%

Corby-O’Neill - 33.59%

DuPont - 25.38%

Treasurer

Gray - 52.68%

Linares - 47.32%

Comptroller

Miller - 41%

Greenberg - 59.00%

Attorney General

Hatfield - 79.97%

Shaban - 20.03%

Democratic - 974 of 3,860 registered voters, or 25.23%

Governor

Lamont - 83.37%

Ganim - 16.63%

Lt. Governor

Bysiewicz - 67.44%

Bermudez Zimmerman - 32.56%

Treasurer

Wooden - 57.85%

Bhargava - 42.15%

Attorney General

Tong - 61.43%

Doyle - 14.02%

Mattei - 24.55%

5th District U.S. House

Hayes - 59.39%

Glassman - 40.61%

Southington

Republican - 2,649 of 7,280 registered voters, or 36.39%

Governor

Stefanwoski - 38.69%

Boughton - 13.42%

Stemerman - 17.48%

Herbst - 16.95%

Obsitnik - 13.45%

Lt. Governor

Markley - 72.86 %

Stewart - 23.33%

Stevenson - 3.81%

U.S. Senator

Corey - 78.43%

Rapini - 21.57%

Treasurer

Gray - 50.42%

Linares - 49.58%

Comptroller

Miller - 51.19%

Greenberg - 48.81%

Attorney General

Hatfield - 83.57%

Shaban - 16.43%

Democratic - 2,453 of 8,082 registered voters, or 30.35%

Governor

Lamont - 83.31%

Ganim - 16.69%

Lt. Governor

Bysiewicz - 68.72%

Bermudez Zimmerman - 31.28%

Treasurer

Wooden - 55.17%

Bhargava - 44.83%

Attorney General

Tong - 57.96%

Doyle - 14.79%

Mattei - 27.25%

Newington

Republican - 1,288 of 3,522 of registered voters, or 36.57%

Governor

Stefanwoski - 29.14%

Boughton - 13.28%

Stemerman - 22.31%

Herbst - 22%

Obsitnik - 13.28%

Lt. Governor

Markley – 31.98%

Stewart – 55.95%

Stevenson - 12.06%

U.S. Senator

Corey 78.48%

Rapini 21.52%

State Senator 09 District

Ed Charamut - 52.33%

Tyler Flanigan - 47.67%

Treasurer

Gray 41.97%

Linares 58.03%

Comptroller

Miller – 44.24%

Greenberg – 55.76%

Attorney General

Hatfield - 79.12%

Shaban - 20.88%

Democrat - 2,745 of 7,347 registered voters, or 37.36%

Governor

Lamont - 85.22%

Ganim - 14.78%

Lt. Gov

Bysiewicz - 64.04%

Bermudez Zimmerman - 35.96%

State Senator 09 District

Antonio “Tony” Guerrera - 46.92%

Matt Lesser - 53.08%

State Representative 29 District

Christopher Duff - 37.65%

Kerry Szeps Wood - 62.35%

Treasurer

Wooden - 55.28%

Bhargava - 44.72%

Attorney General

Tong - 36.33%

Doyle - 48.81%

Mattei - 14.87%

Berlin

Republican – 1,357 or 3564 registered voters, or 38.08%

Governor

Stefanwoski - 30.41%

Boughton - 12.86%

Stemerman - 24.16%

Herbst - 18.88%

Obsitnik - 13.68%

Lt. Gov

Markley - 37.54%

Stewart - 54.25%

Stevenson - 8.21%

U.S. Senator

Corey - 77.79%

Rapini - 22.21%

Treasurer

Gray - 52.38%

Linares - 47.62%

Comptroller

Miller - 45.63 %

Greenberg - 54.37%

Attorney General

Hatfield - 76.71%

Shaban - 23.29%

Democrat - 1,398 of 4,734 registered voters, or 29.53%

Governor

Lamont - 81.76%

Ganim - 18.24%

Lt. Gov

Bysiewicz - 68.37%

Bermudez Zimmerman - 31.63%

Treasurer

Wooden - 58.47%

Bhargava - 41.53%

Attorney General

Tong - 56.39%

Doyle - 19.85%

Mattei - 23.76%



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