Last updated: Aug. 12, 2022 at 10:57 a.m. ET

2022 Connecticut primary elections results

Follow the latest news from tonight's primaries

The biggest race on the ballot during the primary is the GOP contest to face Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D). Connecticut Republicans endorsed former state House Minority Leader Themis Klarides, who is described as a moderate on social issues and is the first woman to lead the state House GOP. She is facing two more conservative foes in the primary. 

U.S. Senate

Republican primary

Republican primary

Levy is projected to win. An estimated 95 percent of votes have been counted.

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
Leora Levy Levy 47,12450.6%
Themis Klarides Klarides 37,20540.0
Peter Lumaj Lumaj 8,7359.4
An estimated 95% of votes have been counted.

Democratic primary

Democratic primary

Blumenthal has won unopposed.

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.

incumbent Richard Blumenthal

incumbent Blumenthal

00%
Uncontested
No results reported.

Governor

Republican primary

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.
Bob Stefanowski Stefanowski 00%
Uncontested
No results reported.

Democratic primary

Votes received and percentages of total vote
CandidateVotesPct.

incumbent Ned Lamont

incumbent Lamont

00%
Uncontested
No results reported.

U.S. House

The Post estimated the lean of 2022 congressional districts using 2020 presidential results by precinct from Decision Desk HQ and estimates where actual votes at the precinct level were unavailable. Districts classified as “Strong Biden” and “Strong Trump” show where a candidate is estimated to have won by 15 percentage points or more. “Lean Biden” and “Lean Trump” districts had estimated vote margins between five and 15 points. “Close” districts show an estimated margin within five points.

By: Lenny Bronner, Dana Cassidy, Tyler Fisher, Holden Foreman, Dylan Freedman, Jen Haskell, Chloe Langston, Emily Liu, Brittany Renee Mayes, Anthony Pesce, Erik Reyna, Ashlyn Still and Chris Zubak-Skees

Source: AP