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VOTE FOR STATE SENATORS
NOVEMBER 5, 2002
SENATORIAL DISTRICTS

1st District

Republican
John M. Halstead

Democratic
John W. Fonfara

Green
S. Michael DeRosa

Hartford, part of

1,154

7,002

415

Wethersfield, part of

2,334

3,616

461

    

3,488

10,618

876

    

Plurality: 7,130

 

 

2nd District

Republican
Joseph Q. Fleeting

Democratic
Eric D. Coleman

Bloomfield, part of

949

3,855

Hartford, part of

559

5,755

Windsor, part of

2,899

5,200

    

4,407

14,810

    

Plurality: 10,403

 
 

3rd District

Republican
Stephanie L. Labanowski

Democratic
Gary D. LeBeau

East Hartford

4,424

7,479

East Windsor

1,249

1,656

Ellington, part of

1,573

1,609

South Windsor

4,208

5,590

    

11,454

16,334

    

Plurality: 4,880

 
 

4th District

Republican
David O. Odegard

Democratic
Mary Ann Handley

Bolton

812

1,245

Glastonbury

5,203

8,572

Manchester

5,738

11,320

Marlborough

1,028

1,324

    

12,781

22,461

        

Plurality: 9,680

 
 

5th District

Republican
Douglas T. Putnam

Democratic
Kevin B. Sullivan

Working Families
Abraham J. Walker

Bloomfield, part of

597

1,349

24

Burlington

1,128

2,134

28

Farmington, part of

2,966

5,093

81

West Hartford

6,362

17,186

248

    

11,053

25,762

381

    

 

Plurality: 14,709

 
 

6th District

Republican
Thomas A. Bozek

Democratic
Donald J. DeFronzo

Berlin

3,808

3,338

Farmington, part of

600

530

New Britain

6,066

8,485

    

10,474

12,353

       

Plurality: 1,879

 
 

7th District

Republican
John A. Kissel

Democratic
John A. Reveruzzi

East Granby

1,056

679

Enfield

7,612

5,261

Granby, part of

1,633

1,052

Somers

2,268

820

Suffield

2,826

1,329

Windsor, part of

497

358

Windsor Locks

2,277

1,374

    

18,169

10,873

         

Plurality: 7,296

 
 

8th District

Republican
Thomas J. Herlihy

Democratic
Kelvin Hecht

Green
Thomas J. Sevigny

Avon

4,470

2,338

167

Barkhamsted

819

452

60

Canton

2,049

1,140

305

Colebrook

359

222

30

Granby, part of

768

284

38

Hartland

506

189

47

Harwinton, part of

793

377

37

New Hartford

1,498

806

158

Norfolk

340

253

35

Simsbury

7,016

2,421

271

Torrington, part of

3,709

2,344

234

    

22,327

10,826

1,382

    

Plurality: 11,501

 
 

9th District

Republican
Ken McClellan

Democratic
Biagio Billy Ciotto

Cromwell

1,565

2,959

Middletown, part of

2,024

4,331

Newington

2,787

7,755

Rocky Hill

1,946

4,129

Wethersfield, part of

1,221

2,758

    

9,543

21,932

    

Plurality: 12,389

 
 

10th District

Republican
No Nomination

Democratic
Toni N. Harp

New Haven, part of

9,101

West Haven, part of

3,185

    

12,286

    

Plurality: 12,286

 
 

11th District

Republican
Ernest J. Diette, Jr.

Democratic
Martin M. Looney

Hamden, part of

3,300

7,365

New Haven, part of

1,435

7,657

    

4,735

15,022

    

Plurality: 10,287

 
 

12th District

Republican
William A. Aniskovich

Democratic
Catherine S. Jackson

Branford

5,216

4,258

Durham

1,620

1,156

Guilford

4,920

3,084

Killingworth

1,366

1,031

Madison

5,081

2,402

North Branford

2,373

1,570

    

20,576

13,501

    

Plurality: 7,075

 
 

13th District

Republican
Joseph E. Bibisi

Democratic
Thomas P. Gaffey

Working Families
Linda L. Moore

Cheshire, part of

3,601

3,567

136

Meriden

4,349

10,140

300

Middlefield

792

1,059

26

Middletown, part of

2,494

2,791

135

 

11,236

17,557

597

 

Plurality: 6,321

 
 

14th District

Republican
Win Smith, Jr.

Democratic
Andrew C.Testo

Milford

9,959

5,848

Orange

3,414

1,767

West Haven, part of

3,661

3,652

    

17,034

11,267

    

Plurality: 5,767

 
 

15th District

Republican
No Nomination

Democratic
Joan V. Hartley

Working Families
Blair F. Bertaccini

Naugatuck, part of

1,775

128

Prospect

1,799

104

Waterbury, part of

8,901

1,041

    

12,475

1,273

    

 

Plurality: 11,202

 
 

16th District

Republican
Ann P. Dandrow

Democratic
Christopher S. Murphy

Cheshire, part of

1,387

1,290

Southington

6,805

7,839

Waterbury, part of

3,293

4,041

Wolcott

2,885

2,783

    

14,370

15,953

    

Plurality: 1,583

 
 

17th District

Republican
No Nomination

Democratic
Joe Crisco

Ansonia

3,313

Beacon Falls

1,210

Bethany

1,438

Derby

2,170

Hamden, part of

3,963

Naugatuck, part of

2,617

Woodbridge

2,431

    

17,142

 

Plurality: 17,142

 
 

18th District

Republican
Cathy Welles Cook

Democratic
Michael J. Kindle

Green
Penny L. Teal

Griswold

1,474

1,228

92

Groton

5,205

3,393

634

North Stonington

1,160

499

85

Plainfield

1,786

1,773

77

Preston

1,055

479

46

Sterling

452

260

24

Stonington

4,045

1,960

485

Voluntown

476

263

44

   

15,653

9,855

1,487

 

Plurality: 5,798

 
 

19th District

Republican
Peter A. Nystrom

Democratic
Edith G. Prague

Andover

523

697

Bozrah

490

546

Columbia

759

1,464

Franklin

319

434

Hebron

1,689

1,582

Lebanon

979

1,589

Ledyard

2,627

1,904

Lisbon

633

736

Montville, part of

659

957

Norwich

4,004

5,019

Sprague

450

520

    

13,132

15,448

   

Plurality: 2,316

 
 

20th District

Republican
John Leahy

Democratic
Melodie Peters

East Lyme

2,534

3,690

Montville, part of

1,283

1,950

New London

1,239

3,460

Old Lyme

1,469

1,928

Old Saybrook, part of

1,228

1,448

Salem

625

725

Waterford

2,643

4,504

    

11,021

17,705

   

Plurality: 6,684

 
 

21st District

Republican
George L. "Doc" Gunther

Democratic
Jack Terceno

Monroe, part of

3,453

2,258

Seymour, part of

664

283

Shelton

8,366

3,668

Stratford, part of

7,672

6,007

    

20,155

12,216

    

Plurality: 7,939

 
 

22nd District

Republican
Elaine S. Hammers

Democratic
Bill Finch

Bridgeport, part of

2,927

6,143

Monroe, part of

1,612

1,253

Trumbull

6,243

5,958

    

10,782

13,354

    

Plurality: 2,572

 
 

23rd District

Republican
Jerry A. Blackwell

Democratic
Alvin W. Penn

Working Families
Heather Partlow

Bridgeport, part of

1,816

6,366

246

Stratford, part of

330

890

6

 

2,146

7,256

252

    

Plurality: 5,110

 
 

24th District

Republican
David J. Cappiello

Democratic
No Nomination

Bethel, part of

1,365

Danbury

9,625

New Fairfield

3,569

Sherman

929

    

15,488

   

Plurality: 15,488

 
 

25th District

Republican
Robert L. Genuario

Democratic
William Wrenn

Working Families
A. Brian Petronella

Darien, part of

3,296

862

32

Norwalk

10,781

8,415

308

    

14,077

9,277

340

    

Plurality: 4,800

 
 

26th District

Republican
Judith G. Freedman

Democratic
No Nomination

Bethel, part of

2,116

New Canaan, part of

2,187

Redding

2,233

Ridgefield

6,084

Weston, part of

375

Westport

6,048

Wilton

4,644

 

23,687

 

Plurality: 23,687

 
 

27th  District

Republican
Michael Fedele

Democratic
Andrew J. McDonald

Darien, part of

1,574

717

Stamford, part of

8,606

10,765

    

10,180

11,482

 

Plurality: 1,302

 
 

28th District

Republican
John McKinney

Democratic
No Nomination

Easton

2,021

Fairfield

12,822

Newtown

6,030

Weston, part of

1,855

    

22,728

    

Plurality: 22,728

 
 

29th District

Republican
No Nomination

Democratic
Donald E. Williams, Jr.

Working Families
Deborah B. Noble

Brooklyn

1,186

117

Canterbury

987

133

Killingly

2,083

207

Mansfield

3,288

319

Putnam

1,442

99

Scotland

326

43

Thompson

1,708

194

Windham

3,268

452

    

14,288

1,564

    

Plurality: 12,724

 
 

30th District

Republican
Andrew Roraback

Democratic
Robert L. Marconi

Brookfield

3,218

1,973

Canaan

292

115

Cornwall

521

149

Goshen

1,060

151

Kent

796

331

Litchfield

2,891

689

Morris

746

214

New Milford

5,073

2,445

North Canaan

732

225

Salisbury

1,203

418

Sharon

845

250

Torrington, part of

2,993

743

Warren

377

125

Washington

920

534

Winchester

1,939

1,116

    

23,606

9,478

    

Plurality: 14,128

 
 

31st District

Republican
Andrew J. Kasznay, Jr.

Democratic
Tom Colapietro

Bristol

4,938

10,458

Harwinton, part of

619

285

Plainville

1,581

3,408

Plymouth

1,357

1,873

    

8,495

16,024

    

Plurality: 7,529

 
 

32nd District

Republican
Louis C. DeLuca

Democratic
Patricia L. Reilly

Bethlehem

1,043

496

Bridgewater

459

318

Middlebury

1,996

910

Oxford

2,139

1,121

Roxbury

628

397

Seymour, part of

1,669

1,438

Southbury

4,993

2,724

Thomaston

1,667

928

Watertown

4,842

2,712

Woodbury

2,703

1,193

    

22,139

12,237

    

Plurality: 9,902

2 Votes for Registered Write-in Candidate John M. Joy

 
 

33rd District

Republican
Anthony Chirico

Democratic
Eileen M. Daily

Chester

531

1,011

Clinton

1,646

2,723

Colchester

1,637

2,913

Deep River

646

1,127

East Haddam

1,174

1,916

East Hampton

1,482

2,471

Essex

1,284

1,572

Haddam

1,197

1,693

Lyme

480

581

Old Saybrook, part of

644

806

Portland

1,085

2,151

Westbrook

869

1,659

    

12,675

20,623

    

Plurality: 7,948

 
 

34th District

Republican
Leonard Fasano

Democratic
Brian McDermott

Working Families
Marie J. Guest

East Haven

3,807

3,278

84

North Haven

4,964

3,649

84

Wallingford

6,442

7,776

248

    

15,213

14,703

416

    

Plurality: 510

 
 

35th District

Republican
Tony Guglielmo

Democratic
Patrick J. Flaherty

Ashford

901

606

Chaplin

400

342

Coventry

1,589

2,305

Eastford

454

223

Ellington, part of

680

297

Hampton

412

304

Pomfret

1,053

525

Stafford

3,428

887

Tolland

3,680

1,550

Union

273

69

Vernon

5,725

3,354

Willington

1,355

628

Woodstock

1,824

859

    

21,774

11,949

  

Plurality: 9,825

 
 

36th District

Republican
William H. Nickerson

Democratic
No Nomination

Greenwich

12,600

New Canaan, part of

2,885

Stamford, part of

4,960

    

20,445

    

 

Plurality: 20,445

 

SPECIAL ELECTION
VOTE FOR STATE SENATOR, APRIL 8, 2003
23RD SENATORIAL DISTRICT

23rd District

Republican
Jerry A. Blackwell

Democratic
Ernest E. Newton II

Petitioning Candidate
Edwin A. Gomes

Petitioning Candidate
Edna I. Garcia

Bridgeport (part of)

293

1,939

1,737

659

Stratford (part of)

35

261

201

29

 

328

2,200

1,938

688

   

 

Plurality: 262