Tuesday, November 8, 2016

Local Election Results: Suzio With a Narrow Lead

At 10:00PM, all of the precincts had reported their vote totals, and the only ballots not yet counted were the absentee ballots.

Middletown voters overwhelmingly reelected Joe Serra and Matt Lesser to the State Legislature, and voted YES on both of the bond referenda.

In regional elections, although Paul Doyle's State Senate district includes towns north of Middletown, his vote totals in our city assure his reelection.

Len Suzio has a very narrow lead in the race for the other State Senate seat that represents our city. With all precincts in Meriden, Middletown, Cheshire, and Middlefield reporting, Suzio was ahead of Danté Bartolomeo by about 100 votes.  It would take a large advantage for Bartolomeo in the absentee ballots for her to win reelection.

Our city voted overwhelmingly for Hillary Clinton for president, Richard Blumenthal for U.S. Senate, Rosa DeLauro for U.S. Congress District 3, and John Larson for U.S. Congress District 1.

Vote totals in Middletown, unofficial and NOT including absentee ballots.
State Legislature, District 100
Lesser 6398
Moran 2897

State Legislature, District 33
Serra 5317
Szynkewicz 3896

Referendum Question 1 (North End Sewer upgrades)
YES   11537
NO    4485

Referendum Question 2 (Emergency Equipment purchase)
YES   9406
NO   6696

City Registrar (both win)
Santangelo 11308
Bauer 6779

State Senate District 9 (Middletown totals only)
Doyle 8134
Roberts 3812

State Senate District 13 (Middletown totals only)
Bartolomeo 3687
Suzio 2904

Clinton/Kaine 11934
Trump/Pence 6696

U.S. Senate
Blumental 13093
Carter 5196

U.S. House, District 3
DeLauro 11414
Cadena 4814

U.S. House, District 1
Larson 1489
Corey 790

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