Hamden voters picked democrat and republican Linda E. McMahon to face off in the November election when the two could possibly vie for the U.S. Senate seat vacated by , a former Democrat-turned-Independent who is retiring.
The two candidates won the state as well, according to preliminary results from the Associated Press.
According to the Hamden Registrar of Voters, 30.5 percent of party-affiliated registered voters showed up at the polls today.
There were local primaries to decide the candidates for the 91st District and probate judge. Board of Education Chairman Michael D'Agostino won the shot at the state House of Representatives, while local attorney Ned Burt won the probate judge primary.
There is no primary in the Third Congressional District this year. For the Democrats, the endorsed candidate is incumbent U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro, of North Haven, and the Republican challenger this year is Wayne Winsley, a businessman and media personality from Naugatuck.
Hamden Primary Vote TotalsLinda E. McMahon
986 286 2,967 Susan Bysiewicz 1,585