That was some election with high turnout everywhere. The results were close enough for a recount in the 64th District House race but Maria Horn's victory was upheld though.

Congratulations and thanks to all the candidates and all the volunteers in Salisbury and elsewhere that worked so hard to make this a good year not only for Democrats but for our state and our country too.

Checkout the photograph of the two party's new Congressional Members-Elect if you want to see a lesson in diversity.  https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2018/nov/14/congress-diversity-democrats-republicans-photo#img-3

Here it is in emoji: 

Everyone pictured below was elected or re-elected except for David Lawson in the 30th State Senate race. We thank him for his hard work this year and in 2016. That district is a tough nut to crack for Democrats and he gave it two good shots.

Both ballot questions passed too. This is just the beginning though. 2020 is just around the corner and we will need to build on our success.

Chris Murphy for U.S.Senate https://chrismurphy.com/ 

Jahana Hayes for U.S. 5th District 


Maria Horn for the CT 64th 


Dave Lawson for CT 30th Senate http://www.lawsonforstatesenate.com/

Ned Lamont and Susan Bysiewicz for Governor and Lt. Governor https://www.nedlamont.com/ and https://susanforct.com/  

William Tong for CT Attorney General http://www.williamtong.com/

Denise Merrill for CT Secretary of State https://www.denisemerrill.net/

Kevin Lembo for CT Comptroller http://lemboforct.com/

Shawn Wooden for CT State Treasure


#1 Transportation Fund Lock Box Passed!

#2 Requirements for Public Input to Transfer State Properties Passed!