Which party will control the state legislature? Who will be our next governor? We’ll be updating this page with statewide results, as well as results from your town.
These results are based on unofficial vote totals from Tuesday’s general election. We’re continuously monitoring and updating counts as they are posted on the secretary of the state’s election night reporting system.
The completeness and speed with which the data are entered is entirely up to each town’s election officials. After a rush of results come in during the hours after polls close, the system has historically taken several days to be fully populated.
Watching the legislature
As we call races in the state legislature, these charts will update, indicating which party controls the Senate and House. It’s possible we won’t know the results of every race by Tuesday night.
Every town’s ballot
Below you can find statewide results for every race, and town-level results for every office on the ballots in your town.
The winners may be known faster than vote counts will be entered in the state’s electronic system, so we will be marking winners with a check mark in top races when results are known.
To see how your town voted, selected your town from the dropdown menu below.
Jake was Data Editor at CT Mirror. He is a former managing editor of The Ridgefield Press, a Hersam Acorn newspaper. He worked for the community newspaper chain as a reporter and editor for five years before joining the Mirror staff. He studied professional writing at Western Connecticut State University and is a graduate student in software engineering at Harvard Extension School.
Jacqueline was CT Mirror’s Education and Housing Reporter, and an original member of the CT Mirror staff, joining shortly before our January 2010 launch. Her awards include the best-of-show Theodore A. Driscoll Investigative Award from the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists in 2019 for reporting on inadequate inmate health care, first-place for investigative reporting from the New England Newspaper and Press Association in 2020 for reporting on housing segregation, and two first-place awards from the National Education Writers Association in 2012. She was selected for a prestigious, year-long Propublica Local Reporting Network grant in 2019, exploring a range of affordable and low-income housing issues. Before joining CT Mirror, Jacqueline was a reporter, online editor and website developer for The Washington Post Co.’s Maryland newspaper chains. Jacqueline received an undergraduate degree in journalism from Bowling Green State University and a master’s in public policy from Trinity College.