Outgoing Gov. Dannel Malloy voted this morning in Hartford with his name not on a statewide ballot for the first time since before the 2006 gubernatorial election.
When asked whether he voted for Lamont or Ganim, Malloy wouldn't give a specific answer.
"Listen, I'm going to support the Democratic candidate, that's who I voted for," Malloy said.
The governor was all smiles after casting his ballot at the Hartford Seminary.
"It's very restful," Malloy said. "I enjoy working every day as governor. I think someone else should have that joy."
Malloy acknowledged the state has its share of challenges.
"Every decision I've made has been a purposeful decision about repositioning the state of Connecticut. Now, someone else will get to do that," the governor said.
The former mayor of Stamford has not announced his post-office plans.
"Well, I'm not dead yet."