Wilton primary results: Healy leads Duff in GOP state Senate race
Wilton resident Kim Healy is leading Will Duff of Bethel in Wilton’s GOP primary to determine who will face off against Democratic incumbent state Senator Will Haskell in November.
In Tuesday’s contest, Healy received 687 votes to Duff’s 269, although these results are preliminary and do not include absentee ballots postmarked by Aug. 11 and received by Aug. 13, according to the registrars of voters.
Results are still trickling in from the other six towns that make up the 26th district: Bethel, New Canaan, Redding, Ridgefield, Weston and Westport.
At the top of the Republican ticket in the contest to determine presidential convention delegates, President Donald Trump handily defeated challenger Roque “Rocky” de la Fuente 704 to 71. There were 197 votes for Uncommitted.
The numbers were much higher on the Democratic side, with former Vice President Joe Biden receiving 1,550 votes. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders received 138 votes, Tulsi Gabbard received 14 and there were 16 cast for Uncommitted.
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