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State Senator Andrew McDonald (D-Stamford) is on NBC30 discussing the need to count absentee ballots in the Gubernatorial primary because the vote is so close -- it may come down to tomorrow or even later this month (b/c of military ballots).
Military ballots in a Democrat primary? How many could there be?
Agreed I just saw the latest numbers. This thing is razor close.JDS should keep very quiet this evening.
mccommas, I don't know, just reporting what State Senator McDonald said.
I don't think that the military ballots will count for the gubernatorial election -- only the federal elections, unforutnately. According to the settlement SOTS reached with the DOJ, SOTS is only required to hold open the vote for federal elections for the absentee ballots that were mailed out late to CT's overseas military. It's too bad that those votes won't be counted for the gubernatorial primary. Great job registrars!
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