Advertisements

Bristol High School Students Participate in Mock Election — Who Did They Vote For?

Photo Courtesy Bristol Registrars of Voters

The Bristol Registrars of Voters held a mock election at both Bristol Eastern High School and Bristol Central High School on October 30, 2018.

Gubernatorial candidate Ned Lamont and State Representative Kevin Fuller were the big winners in the mock election.

These votes reflect who students would have elected as the next governor and senator of Connecticut if they were old enough to vote in the real election.

Democrat Ned Lamont won over Republican Bob Stefanowski at both high schools, 232-189.

Democrat Senator Chris Murphy inched out a win against his 4 opponents; same with John Larson with his 2 opponents.

Democrat Chris Wright won by a close margin at Bristol Eastern and Central to Republican Henri Martin.

In total, Democrat Kevin Fuller won against Republican Cara Pavalock 165-127.

Democrat Chris Ziogas and Dave Rackliffe were tied at 55-55.

Office Designation Candidate Party Number of Votes Received at Bristol Eastern HS
Governor & Lt. Governor Ned Lamont & Susan Bysiewicz Democratic 170
Governor & Lt. Governor Bob Stefanowski & Joe Markley Republican 145
United States Senator Christopher S. Murphy Democratic 201
United States Senator Matthew Corey Republican 98
Representative in Congress John B. Larson Democratic 188
Representative in Congress Jennifer T. Nye Republican 116
State Senator 31 Christopher A. Wright Democratic 174
State Senator 31 Henri Martin Republican 164
State Representative 77 Kevin Fuller Democratic 165
State Representative 77 Cara C. Pavalock-D’Amato Republican 127
Secretary of the State Denise W. Merrill Democratic 94
Secretary of the State Susan Chapman Republican 140
Treasurer Shawn Wooden Democratic 122
Treasurer Thad Gray Republican 116
Comptroller Kevin Lembo Democratic 120
Comptroller Kurt Miller Republican 117
Attorney General William Tong Democratic 131
Attorney General Sue Hatfield Republican 121
Judge of Probate Andre Dorval Democratic 224
Registrars of Voters Kevin McCauley Democratic 129
Registrars of Voters Sharon M. Krawiecki Republican 136
Office Designation Candidate Party Number of Votes Received at   Central HS
Governor & Lt. Governor Ned Lamont & Susan Bysiewicz Democratic 62
Governor & Lt. Governor Bob Stefanowski & Joe Markley Republican 44
United States Senator Christopher S. Murphy Democratic 80
United States Senator Matthew Corey Republican 24
Representative in Congress John B. Larson Democratic 74
Representative in Congress Jennifer T. Nye Republican 29
State Senator 31 Christopher A. Wright Democratic 57
State Senator 31 Henri Martin Republican 58
State Representative 79 Christoper Ziogas Democratic 55
State Representative 79 David Rackliffe Republican 55
Secretary of the State Denise W. Merrill Democratic 54
Secretary of the State Susan Chapman Republican 49
Treasurer Shawn Wooden Democratic 67
Treasurer Thad Gray Republican 35
Comptroller Kevin Lembo Democratic 59
Comptroller Kurt Miller Republican 42
Attorney General William Tong Democratic 64
Attorney General Sue Hatfield Republican 43
Judge of Probate Andre Dorval Democratic 100
Registrars of Voters Kevin McCauley Democratic 62
Registrars of Voters Sharon M. Krawiecki Republican 44

See the complete and official report here.

Advertisements

The Roundup is a popular local magazine covering central Connecticut news, Statewide news, National news, local events, commentary, and more.

 

The Roundup currently has over 5,700 subscriptions and a local social media following of over 95,000 readers across multiple social media sites, apps, pages, and groups.

 

The Roundup is also a proud member of WordPress. This affiliation offers readers more news from FOX 61 and CBS Connecticut on The Roundup.

Latest Stories From Roundup Partner : FOX 61

Giraffe dies in tragic accident at Kansas City Zoo

Giraffe dies in tragic accident at Kansas City Zoo

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Kansas City Zoo announced Friday that, for the second time this week, a beloved animal has died. Hamisi, one of the zoo’s adult giraffes, died Wednesday morning due to a tragic accident, according to the zoo’s Facebook page. The giraffe sustained an acute spinal cord injury while in his behind-the-scenes bedroom. Zoo veterinarians performed a necropsy and determined Hamisi likely died instantly. “The entire zoo is heartbroken and grieving this loss,” a spokesperson for the […]

Public works crew finds wedding ring in South Windsor catch basin

Public works crew finds wedding ring in South Windsor catch basin

SOUTH WINDSOR – When the ring went down the drain, one public works department made it their mission to get it back. The South Windsor Public Works posted on Facebook, “It’s not every day that we have the opportunity to have such a personal impact on our residents, but today we recieved [sic] a call to help retrieve a wedding band out of one of our catch basins. We are happy to report that we were successful and wanted to […]

UConn Health say patients could be impacted by security breach

UConn Health say patients could be impacted by security breach

FARMINGTON – UConn Health said patients could be impacted by a data security incident. Officials said they learned an unauthorized third party illegally accessed a limited number of employee email accounts. In late December they found the accounts contained some personal information, including some individuals’ names, dates of birth, addresses and limited medical information, such as billing and appointment information.  The accounts also contained the Social Security numbers of some individuals. UConn said about 326,000 individuals could be impacted. Of […]

Stamford man convicted in drug compounding case that cost health care programs $1.5 million

Stamford man convicted in drug compounding case that cost health care programs $1.5 million

NEW HAVEN — A Stamford man has been convicted by a federal jury of health care fraud offenses. Officials said Kwasi Gyambibi, 40, of Stamford, was found guilty when the jury returned its verdict this afternoon. Gyambibi was found guilty of two counts of health care fraud related to fraudulent prescriptions for compound drugs that were submitted to Advantage Pharmacy in March 2015, and found him not guilty of seven counts of health care fraud.  The jury could not reach […]

Comments

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.