Malloy, Foley both say they will win race for governor

HARTFORD - (AP) - Democrat Dan Malloy says it appears hehas won the Connecticut governor's race, but Republican Tom Foleysays he's confident he has won.

With 90 percent of precincts reporting Wednesday, Foley had 50 percent to Malloy's 49 percent. But many ofthe uncounted returns are coming from the state's most populatedcities where Malloy is expected to do well.

Foley, a Greenwich businessman, and Malloy, the former Stamfordmayor, both addressed supporters at about 1 a.m. Wednesday.

Most polling places closed at 8 p.m., but a state judge ordereda dozen Bridgeport voting places to remain open until 10 p.m.because officials ran out of ballots for the optical scan machinesand had to order more.

Republican Gov. M. Jodi Rell didn't seek another term.

Click next on the video player to see the election night speeches from the candidates.

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