Connecticut's Congressional Race Results - NBC Connecticut
Decision 2018

Decision 2018

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Connecticut's Congressional Race Results

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Countdown to the Perfect Gift

    FIRST DISTRICT

    Rep. John Larson is headed back to Washington. The Democrat easily defeated his opponent, Republican Jennifer Nye. This will be Larson's 11th term in Congress.

    SECOND DISTRICT

    Rep. Joe Courtney has been elected to a seventh term in Congress representing Connecticut's 2nd District. Courtney defeated Republican challenger Danny Postemski, Jr.

    THIRD DISTRICT

    Rep. Rosa DeLauro is Connecticut's longest-serving member of Congress, and that will continue with her defeat of her Republican opponent, Angel Cedena. DeLauro will return to the U.S. House of Representatives for a 15th term representing Connecticut's 3rd District.

    FOURTH DISTRICT

    It's a sixth term in Congress for Rep. Jim Himes in the 4th District. Himes bested his Republican challenger, Harry Arora.

    FIFTH DISTRICT

    Jahana Hayes has claimed victory in the race for Connecticut's 5th Congressional District. Her opponent, Republican Manny Santos, said he was still waiting for more votes to be counted Tuesday night and that he was not ready to concede.

    See full Connecticut election results here.