Both of the Democratic Town Committee-endorsed candidates running in Tuesday's primaries saw voters chose other candidates to fill their spots on the ballot for the November election.
, chairman of the Hamden Board of Education, will run for 91st District seat after defeating DTC-endorsed in the Democratic primary.
D'Agostino beat Flanagan by a 1,556-519 margin.
The 91st District seat was vacated after state Rep. Peter Villano announced his retirement at the end of his current term. Running on the Republican ticket is Joseph Bertini, Jr., a former teacher.
The primary also saw a contest for Judge of Probate, which serves Hamden and Bethany. Local Attorney Ned Burt defeated former Mayor Craig Henrici, who was the town committee's chosen candidate.
Correction: Ned Burt's name has been corrected in the article.