Primary Election Has Impact In West Hartford
Connecticut’s primary is scheduled for Aug. 11 and it features a flair that affects West Hartford. Mary Fay and Jim Griffin are squaring off on the Republican side in the race for the for the 2nd District U.S. House of Representatives seat and Sherry Haller and Kate Farrar are contesting a spot for the 20th District state House seat on the Democratic side.
In Connecticut, 2020 this will be the first time every eligible voter has the opportunity to vote via absentee ballot or in-person.
There is still a presidential primary despite the presumptive nominees being President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden. For Democratic voters the choices that still remain on the ballot are Biden, Bernie Sanders and Tulsi Gabbard.
For Republicans the choices are Trump and Roque “Rocky” De La Fuente.
On the Republican side of the U.S. House race, Fay is a West Hartford Town Council member. Fay’s Facebook campaign profile describes her as “the fiercely independent endorsed Republican candidate for Connecticut’s 1st Congressional seat.” She is “a pragmatic problem-solver, focused on rebuilding the economy, education, and public safety,” according to her profile.
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