BRIDGEPORT - After months of debates, rallies and polls, voters across the state headed to the polls for Primary Day. Of the 44 primaries that took place, 21 are Republican and 23 are Democrat.
The winners of the primaries from their respective parties will go on to the November 2 general election.
In the race for governor, the Democrats were neck and neck with Greenwich businessman Ned Lamont leading former Stamford Mayor Dan Malloy by three points.
On the Republican side, Tom Foley was leading the polls with 38 percent while Lt. Gov. Mike Fedele has 30 percent.
News 12 Connecticut will have live team coverage of the primaries beginning at 9 p.m.