There will now be a roll call vote. I'm going to try to keep up with it. Keep reloading.
Lamont's at about 27%... a long time to go.
Lamont at 28%. 260-103. Granby and Windsor went heavily for Lamont. Now on to the second congressional district.
Lamont at 30%...
Lamont is really doing well in the small towns.
Lamont at 33%. Wow.
This has the makings of an earthquake. Still at 34%. 3rd CD coming up.
The 3rd CD is dragging Lamont's numbers down a little... larger towns are going to Lieberman.
Lamont down to 30%.
4th CD up. The cities are killing Lamont. Bridgeport 55-6 Lieberman.
Down to 30%, but Fairfield went for Lamont. Greenwich 30-19 Lieberman.
Norwalk 148 nfor Lamont. 32%.
Stamford 37-13 Lieberman. 31.7%.
4th District done. Lamont now has 31% of delegates who have voted, according to my count. 875-396 Lieberman right now.
New Britain for Lamont 24-7. 32%.
All right. That's it. Lamont got over 30%. Unofficial count has Lamont at a little over 33%, although that is probably incorrect by a digit or two. This is just the running count I've been keeping.
If it holds up, it's what Lamont needed for a primary and more. Double, in fact.
Impressive showing by Lamont. Much better than I thought he'd do.