LYME — Unofficial results from Lyme show incumbent Governor Ned Lamont (D) polling 895 votes compared to Republican Bob Stefanowski’s number of 517. Independent Robert Hotaling drew 16 votes. Lamont has claimed victory but Stefanowski has yet to concede.
Other results from Lyme show incumbent Senator Richard Blumenthal (D) with 939 votes in contrast to Trump-backed Leora Levy (R) with 475 votes. The Associated Press has called the race for Blumenthal. Similarly, incumbent Representative in Congress Joe Courtney (D) polled 950 votes while challenger Mike France (R) gained 444 votes. Courtney’s re-election is currently leading statewide.
Incumbent State Senator Norm Needleman (D) drew 925 votes while challenger Brandon Goff (R) took 491.
Incumbent State Representative Devin Carney (R) polled 633 votes but challenger Colin Heffernan surpassed that number with 783 votes. The Day reports, however, that Heffernan has conceded the race to Carney.