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2022 Connecticut Primary Election Results

In the Aug. 9 primary election, Connecticut voters will choose who will represent their party in the general elections in November. The state has a closed primary, meaning only voters registered with a specific party can vote in that party’s election. Registered Democrats can only vote for Democratic candidates and vice versa for Republicans.

The candidate who wins each party’s primary moves on to the general election in November. Independent voters must wait until then to cast their ballots.

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Results updated every 2 minutes or less (some races may update less frequently).

* Indicates an incumbent

U.S. Senate Primary

Precincts: 755 / 755 (100% reporting)
Leora Levy (R)
51%
51%
47,124
Themis Klarides (R)
40%
40%
37,205
Peter Lumaj (R)
9%
9%
8,735

Secretary of the State Primary Dem

Precincts: 755 / 755 (100% reporting)
Stephanie Thomas (D)
76%
76%
84,531
Maritza Bond (D)
24%
24%
26,965

Secretary of the State Primary GOP

Precincts: 755 / 755 (100% reporting)
Dominic Rapini (R)
58%
58%
51,339
Terrie Wood (R)
42%
42%
36,876

CT Treasurer Primary

Precincts: 755 / 755 (100% reporting)
Erick Russell (D)
58%
58%
63,817
Dita Bhargava (D)
23%
23%
25,298
Karen DuBois-Walton (D)
20%
20%
21,852

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