Connecticut State Senate Race Results - WFSB 3 Connecticut

2013 State Senate Races

Race Total Pcts Pcts Reporting
State Senate - District 1 19 19
John Fonfara (Democrat)81% with 20,338 Total Votes
Barbara Ruhe (Republican)17% with 4,225 Total Votes
Jeffery Russell (Green Party)2% with 477 Total Votes
State Senate - District 2 19 19
Eric Coleman (Democrat)85% with 31,100 Total Votes
Malvi Lennon (Republican)15% with 5,276 Total Votes
State Senate - District 3 15 15
Gary LeBeau (Democrat)70% with 27,322 Total Votes
Hector Reveron (Republican)30% with 11,610 Total Votes
State Senate - District 4 19 18
Steve Cassano (Democrat)56% with 24,813 Total Votes
Cheri Ann Pelletier (Republican)44% with 19,159 Total Votes
State Senate - District 6 24 24
Terry Gerratana (Democrat)72% with 20,896 Total Votes
Dwight Blint (Republican)28% with 8,209 Total Votes
State Senate - District 7 9 8
Karen Jarmoc (Democrat)50% with 19,275 Total Votes
John Kissel (Republican)50% with 18,977 Total Votes
State Senate - District 8 21 21
Kevin Witkos (Republican)57% with 28,393 Total Votes
Daniel Seger (Democrat)43% with 21,155 Total Votes
State Senate - District 9 23 23
Paul Doyle (Democrat)67% with 28,883 Total Votes
Joe Dinunzio (Republican)33% with 14,089 Total Votes
State Senate - District 12 18 18
Edward Meyer (Democrat)53% with 25,474 Total Votes
Cindy Cartier (Republican)47% with 22,296 Total Votes
State Senate - District 13 23 23
Dante Bartolomeo (Democrat)50% with 19,752 Total Votes
Len Suzio (Republican)50% with 19,560 Total Votes
State Senate - District 14 21 21
Gayle Slossburg (Democrat)64% with 27,649 Total Votes
Michael DeGrego (Republican)36% with 15,307 Total Votes
State Senate - District 15 19 19
Joan Hartley (Democrat)85% with 19,882 Total Votes
Andy Larsen (Independent)10% with 2,324 Total Votes
Blair Bertaccini (Working Families)5% with 1,137 Total Votes
State Senate - District 16 24 24
Joe Markley (Republican)52% with 22,444 Total Votes
Corky Mazurek (Democrat)48% with 20,382 Total Votes
State Senate - District 17 22 22
Joe Crisco (Democrat)71% with 26,973 Total Votes
Tony Szewczyk (Republican)29% with 10,944 Total Votes
State Senate - District 18 23 23
Andrew Maynard (Democrat)61% with 23,379 Total Votes
Theresa Madonna (Republican)39% with 15,053 Total Votes
State Senate - District 19 19 19
Catherine Osten (Democrat)53% with 20,027 Total Votes
Christopher Coutu (Republican)47% with 17,842 Total Votes
State Senate - District 20 18 18
Andrea Stillman (Democrat)60% with 23,706 Total Votes
Mike Doyle (Republican)38% with 14,973 Total Votes
Marc Guttman (Libertarian)2% with 655 Total Votes
State Senate - District 22 14 14
Anthony Musto (Democrat)67% with 23,943 Total Votes
Chadwick Ciocci (Republican)33% with 11,898 Total Votes
State Senate - District 23 18 18
Andres Ayala (Democrat)91% with 19,322 Total Votes
Caz Mizera (Republican)9% with 1,815 Total Votes
State Senate - District 24 12 12
Michael McLachlan (Republican)52% with 18,363 Total Votes
Jason Bartlett (Democrat)48% with 17,164 Total Votes
State Senate - District 25 16 16
Bob Duff (Democrat)67% with 26,678 Total Votes
Jack Chiaramonte (Republican)33% with 12,871 Total Votes
State Senate - District 26 18 14
Toni Boucher (Republican)58% with 23,766 Total Votes
Carolanne Curry (Democrat)42% with 17,349 Total Votes
State Senate - District 27 17 17
Carlo Leone (Democrat)62% with 19,694 Total Votes
Barry Michelson (Republican)37% with 11,623 Total Votes
Ronald Sala (Green Party)2% with 486 Total Votes
State Senate - District 29 21 21
Donald Williams (Democrat)56% with 21,488 Total Votes
Sally White (Republican)44% with 16,752 Total Votes
State Senate - District 30 27 27
Clark Chapin (Republican)55% with 26,642 Total Votes
William Riiska (Democrat)45% with 21,939 Total Votes
State Senate - District 31 17 17
Jason Welch (Republican)51% with 20,455 Total Votes
Dave Roche (Democrat)49% with 19,533 Total Votes
State Senate - District 32 17 17
Robert Kane (Republican)63% with 24,267 Total Votes
James Gambardella (Democrat)37% with 14,312 Total Votes
State Senate - District 33 18 18
Art Linares (Republican)48% with 23,898 Total Votes
James Crawford (Democrat)43% with 21,120 Total Votes
Melissa Schlag (Green Party)9% with 4,306 Total Votes
State Senate - District 34 21 20
Len Fasano (Republican)59% with 19,814 Total Votes
Steve Fontana (Democrat)41% with 13,923 Total Votes
State Senate - District 35 23 23
Tony Guglielmo (Republican)60% with 28,434 Total Votes
Susan Eastwood (Democrat)40% with 19,065 Total Votes
State Senate - District 36 21 20
Scott Frantz (Republican)61% with 25,587 Total Votes
Daniel Dauplaise (Democrat)38% with 15,813 Total Votes
Remy Chevalier (Green Party)2% with 694 Total Votes
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