2022 Connecticut Primary Live Results


Election Date August 9, 2022
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Polls Close 8:00 PM Eastern Time
On this Page Primary results for U.S. Senate, Governor, U.S. House, State Legislature

U.S. Senate

Democratic Sen. Richard Blumenthal was renominated for a third term at the party's convention in May. Three Republicans are vying for the party's nomination. Donald Trump stepped in with a last-minute endorsement of businesswoman Leora Levy. The other prominent candidate is former State House Minority Leader Themis Klarides, who did not vote for Trump's reelection. 

Regardless of which Republican advances, Blumenthal is the favorite to win in November. 


There are no primaries; nominees were chosen at party conventions. Democratic Gov. Ned Lamont is seeking a 2nd term. The GOP nominee is businessman Bob Stefanowski. This is a rematch of the 2018 election, which Lamont narrowly won, 49% to 46%.

U.S. House

These elections will be conducted using redistricted boundaries. All five Democratic incumbents will be on the November ballot. Their GOP challengers, except in District 4, have also been determined.

State Senate

Democrats hold 23 of the 36 seats in the Connecticut State Senate. Term length is two years. There is only one primary election.

State House

Democrats hold a large 97-54 margin over Democrats in the Connecticut House of Representatives. Members serve two-year terms. 

Despite there being 151 seats in the chamber, there are only seven primaries - five Democratic and two Republican.