Turnout for the GOP primary election was only 20.8 percent this year — significantly lower than 2010, when 29.8 percent of registered Republicans showed up to vote.
Virtually every town had a poorer turnout this year than in 2010, though the northwest corner of the state had a strong showing. Meanwhile, Hartford suburbs Avon, Bloomfield, Farmington, Simsbury and West Hartford had a noticeably smaller influence in the 2014 primary, contributing 6.3 percent of the votes, versus 2010 when they were 8 percent of the vote.
To see the GOP gubernatorial primary results, click here.
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