No one was drawn out of their district, but several face harder races as a result of revisions.
Connecticut’s reapportionment will test whether technology can bring public participation to a process controlled by political insiders.
Who gives the most money to the state party committees? Who do these people work for, and where do they live? Explore our interactive map.
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.
McKinney gained a lot of ground with huge margins of victory in his hometown of Fairfield and nearby Wilton, garnering almost 3,500 more votes than Foley. But Foley’s consistent showing throughout the state earned him the chance to run against Governor Dannel P. Malloy in November.