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Connecticut voters can make party selections Tuesday in primaries

Primary day in Connecticut is Tuesday, August 14.

HARTFORD, Aug. 13 – In Connecticut, the Democratic and Republican parties will host primaries on Tuesday to see who will represent the respective parties on the November ballot.

Voting members of the Democratic and Republican parties are invited to cast their vote in their respective primary on Tuesday, August 14, beginning at 6 a.m.

Learn more about voting in the primaries and voting in the general election in November from the Secretary of the State website.

Below is a list of statewide candidates but there are primaries being held in many Connecticut House of Representative and Senates races, too. Please check with the Town Clerk’s office in your Connecticut city or town.

Town of Avon primary voting information

Town of Canton primary voting information

Statewide Democratic primary races in Connecticut

Governor
(e) Ned Lamont, Greenwich
Joe Ganim, Bridgeport
Lt. Governor
(e) Susan Bysiewicz, Middletown
Eve Bermudez Zimmerman, Sandy Hook
U.S. House of Representatives, 5th District
(e) Mary Glassman, Simsbury
Jahaa Hayes, Wolcott
Treasurer
(e) Shawn Wooden, Hartford
Dita Bhargava, Greenwich
Attorney General
(e) William Tong, Stamford
Paul R. Doyle, Wethersfield
Chris Mattei, Hartford
(e) party endorsed candidate

 

Statewide Republican primary races in Connecticut

Governor      
(e) Mark Boughton, Danbury
Timothy Herbst, Trumbull
Steve Obsitnik, Westport
Bob Stefankowski, Madison
David Stemerman, Greenwich
Lt. Governor 
(e) Joe Markley, Southington
Jayne Stevenson, Darien
Erin Stewart, New Britain
U.S. Senate  
(e) Matthew Corey, Manchester
Dominic Rapini, Branford
U.S. House of Representatives, 5th District
(e) Manny Santos, Meriden
Ruby Corby-O’Neill, Southbury
Richard DuPont, Watertown
Treasurer    
(e) Thad Gray, Lakeville
Art Linares, Westbrook
Comptroller   
(e) Kurt Miller, Seymour
Mark Greenberg, Litchfield
Attorney General
(e) Sue Hatfield, Pomfret
John Shaban, Redding

(e) party-endorsed candidate

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