2018 elections turned out blue in Connecticut

Democrat Maria Horn of Salisbury was elected state representative in 2018, one of many Democrats who took office. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

FALLS VILLAGE — Democratic candidates largely dominated in Connecticut  in the 2018 elections

However, in the Connecticut General Assembly, State Senators Craig Miner (R-30) and Kevin Witkos (R-8) survived challenges, as did State Rep. Jay Case (R-63). First-term state Representative Brian Ohler (R-64) was narrowly defeated by Democrat Maria Horn.

Salisbury’s Thad Gray, a Republican running for state treasurer, lost to Democrat Shawn Wooden.

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