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|
|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|
|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.
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