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Republican and Working Families party candidates win in special elections for State House

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HARTFORD —  Voters went to the polls Tuesday electing new representatives in two Connecticut House districts.

Special elections were held to fill State House seats in District 7 in Hartford, and District 68 in Watertown  and Woodbury.

Initial reports from the Connecticut Secretary of the State’s office showed Working Families candidate Joshua Hall as the winner in District 7 in Hartford.

Republican Joe Polletta won a seat from the 68th district, in Woodbury and Watertown.

Results are available at http://ctemspublic.pcctg.net/#/races

Anyone encountering problems at the polls can contact either the Secretary of the State’s office at 860-509-6100 or the State Elections Enforcement Commission at 860-256-2940 or by sending an email to elections@ct.gov.


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