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Author: Vinti Singh

Low morning turnout in Bridgeport

I just voted in the Connecticut Republican primary. As of 9:45 a.m., I was only the second person at my polling place to cast a ballot. I live in Bridgeport, in District 130-3. District 130-3, which

Herbst wins Trumbull

Tim Herbst looks at a screen displaying the breakdown of the votes in Trumbull after giving his acceptance speech at Marisa’s Ristorante. [View the story “Trumbull election results” on Storify]

Trumbull voter turnout close to 40 percent

TRUMBULL – Turnout at the middle school has been “fairly heavy,” moderator Jackie DiTullio said. “There’s been no real lull at all. Trumbull usually turns out for its local elections.” As of 6 p.m.,

Minor problem at the polls in Trumbull

TRUMBULL – There were two minor problems at the polls today, according to Republican Registrar of Voters Bill Holden. Firstly, there was a bake sale at Jane Ryan School that was interfering with

Less than 20 percent voter turnout as of 3 p.m. In Monroe

MONROE – As of 3 p.m., 2,157 people, or 16.8 percent of registered voters, had cast a ballot in Monroe. The breakdown: Fawn Hollow – 540 Stepney El – 571 Monroe El – 511 Masuk High – 535 At 3 p.m. two

A Kansky supporter in Monroe

Alan Vaglivelo, who is running for an uncontested position on the Board of Education (this will be his second term) held a sign in support of Democratic candidate for first selectman Phyllis Kansky.

Polls are “very quiet” in Monroe

MONROE – As of 2 p.m., 14.9 percent of registered voters had cast a ballot in Monroe. Of 12,833 voters, 1,917 had gone to the polls. “This is low,” Republican Registrar of Voters Jeanette Benson said.

Polls are “calm” in Trumbull

TRUMBULL – As of 1 p.m., 5341 of 23895 registered Trumbull voters had cast a ballot. The polls are “very calm,” Dana Aiello, Democratic registrar of voters, said.