Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Greater New Haven incumbents dominate Connecticut General Assembly races

By Register Staff 

Most incumbent state senators and representatives in Greater New Haven held onto their positions in Tuesday’s election.
Two Shoreline seats were up for grabs, to fill vacancies left by the departures of two Democrats, state Sen. Edward Meyer and state Rep. Patricia Widlitz.
Democrat Ted Kennedy Jr. came out ahead to win Meyer’s 12th District seat.
“It’s always been about bringing people together,” Kennedy said. “Together we can find a common ground to move forward in the district and state.”

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