November election results in Granby

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Granby Election Results for November 8, 2022

* = Winners

Connecticut Governor/Lieutenant Governor:

Lamont/Bysiewicz*  3054

Stefanowski/Devlin   2609

Hotaling/Beckett  52

Bicking/Martineau    0

United States Senator:

Richard Blumenthal*  3093

Leora Levy  2594

John Anderson   0

Shabajob   0

US Representative in Congress:

John Larson*   3064

Larry Lazor   2544

Mary Sanders  64

CT State Senator 7th District:

Cynthia Mangini 2491

John Kissel* 2779

CT State Senator 8th District:

Paul Honig 183

Lisa Seminara 216

Yet to be determined – Automatic Close Vote Recount in Progress

CT State Representative 62nd District:

Kim Becker 2893

Mark Anderson* 2783

CT Secretary of the State

Stephanie Thomas*  2935

Dominic Rapini 2581

Cythia Jennings  125

CT Treasurer

Erick Russell* 2798

Harry Arora 2651

Jennifer Baldwin 99

JoAnna Laiscell 68

CT Comptroller

Sean Scanlon* 2860

Mary Fay 2710

Attorney General

William Tong*   3075

Jessica Kordas 2494

A.P. Pascarella 53

Ken Krayeske 39

Judge of Probate:

David Shepard* 2681

Cynthia Becker 2902

Constitutional Question on Early Voting

Yes* 3123

No    2200

Seventy percent turnout

Behind the scenes, a huge amount of preparation went into hosting a very steady election turnout in Granby and a record turnout for a midterm election. Most importantly we owe a huge thank you to all volunteers: the staff at Granby Memorial High School, who provide an excellent, accessible polling place; the Granby Public Works team who seamlessly moved our ever growing piles of election equipment and signs to the school and back to Town Hall; the Granby Police officers and Community Emergency Response Team for guiding cars safely throughout a very long and difficult day; our tireless Town Clerk and his staff who processed all absentee ballots and election paperwork; and the best poll working crew in the state who set a new standard for friendly and cheerful efficiency during an election season that was troubling for so many.

Poll Workers Needed for Referendum on Dec. 20

There is a Bonding Referendum on Dec. 20, so we will need two shifts of poll workers to cover the noon to 8 p.m. hours of voting. Please contact the Registrars if you would like to help.

Feel free to stop by to register to vote, figure out which is your voting district or make corrections in person at the Registrars’ Office in the Town Hall every Wednesday. Our regular office hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Please note you can register online or get the voter registration form at town halls, libraries, DMV offices and at the Secretary of State’s website:

Questions?  Please contact Laura Wolfe and Paul Willis at 860-844-5322 or