CONNECTICUT 8 Electoral Votes
Population 
(Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Secretary of State)
Total Population, April 1, 2000 3,405,565
Voting Age Population, Nov. 2000 2,499,000  % change from '96  +1.0
Total Registration, Oct. 24, 2000 (Active) 1,874,245
Dem. 643,822 (34.4%)   Rep. 452,654 (24.2%)   Unaffil. 773,605 (41.3%)   Minor 4,164 (0.2%)
Connecticut has: 8 counties and 169 towns.
Largest counties: Fairfield, Hartford, New Haven, New London, Litchfield.
Largest cities: Bridgeport, Hartford, New Haven, Stamford, Waterbury.

Government
Governor: John G. Rowland (R) re-elected in 1998.
State Legislature: Connecticut General Assembly   House: 96D, 55R  Senate: 19D, 17R
Local: Towns and Cities or More   NACO Counties
U.S. House: 4D, 2R - 1. J.Larson (D) | 2. S.Gejdenson (D) | 3. R.DeLauro (D) | 4. C.Shays (R) | 5. J.Maloney (D) | 6. N.Johnson (R).
U.S. Senate: Joe Lieberman (D) up for re-election in 2000, Chris Dodd (D) re-elected in 1998. 
Changes as of the November 2000 Elections
State Legislature:  All 151 House seats and all 36 Senate seats were up.  Democrats picked up a few seats in both houses to strengthen their majorities.  House: 100D, 51R  Senate: 21D, 15R.
U.S. House: 3D, 3R - Republicans gained one seat: 2. R.Simmons (R).
U.S. Senate:  Joe Lieberman re-elected.

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General Election -- Tuesday, November 7, 2000
Past Results
1996
Clinton (Dem.)........735,740    (52.83)
Dole (Rep.).............483,109   (34.69)
Perot (Ref.).............139,523   (10.02)
Nader (Grn.).............24,321     (1.75)
Others (3+w/ins)........9,921    (0.71)
Total........1,392,614

1992
Clinton (Dem.)........682,318   (42.21)
Bush (Rep.)............578,313   (35.78)
Perot (Ind.).............348,771   (21.58)
Others (2+w/ins)........6,930     (0.43)
Total........1,616,332

Results
2000
Bush/Cheney (Rep.)
561,094
 (38.44)
+Gore/Lieberman (Dem.)
816,015
(55.91)
Phillips/Frazier (CC)
9,695
(0.66)
Nader/LaDuke (Grn.)
64,452
(4.42)
Buchanan/Foster (Ref.)
4,731
(0.32)
Browne/Olivier (Lib.)
3,484
(0.24)
Write-ins (6)
54
 (0.00)
Total........1,459,525

Turnout as a percentage of voting age population was 58.40%.  (U.S. avg. 53.76%).

Overview
Sen. Lieberman won twice in his home state.  The Gore-Lieberman ticket prevailed with a plurality of 254,921 votes (17.47 percentage points) over Bush-Cheney, and voters handily re-elected him to the U.S. Senate.  Ralph Nader, who hails from Winsted, managed just a 4.42% showing.  Republicans picked up a U.S. House seat as challenger Rob Simmons narrowly defeated ten-term incumbent Democrat Rep. Sam Gejdenson in the 2nd Congressional District (Groton-New London). 
General Election Activity

 
Presidential Preference Primary -- Tuesday, March 7, 2000
On Mega-Tuesday March 7, 2000 there were presidential primaries in eleven states, including five New England states--CT, MA, RI, ME and VT.
Deadline for voters to change from one party to another--Dec. 7, 1999.
As set out in state election laws, the Secretary of State announced the candidates named to the ballot on Dec. 24, 1999,  the 74th day preceding the day of the primary, according to the "generally and seriously advocated or recognized according to reports in the national or state news media" criterion.
Deadline for new voters to register--noon March 6, 2000.
In addition to the presidential primary, town committee primaries were held on March 7. 
The state primary occurs Sept. 12, 2000.
Statutes: Title 9-Elections, Chapter 154 -Presidential Preference Primary.
 Republicans 
Presidential Preference Primary
Tuesday March 7, 2000
. 179,183 of 442,199 enrolled Republicans were checked as having voted, or 40.5%.
Total Vote
Percent
Gary Bauer1  373
 0.21%
George W. Bush  82,881
 46.31%
Steve Forbes1  1,242
 0.69%
Orrin Hatch1  178
 0.10%
Alan Keyes  5,913
 2.97%
+John McCain  87,176
48.71%
Uncommitted
1,222
0.68%
Total
178,985
1. Candidate withdrew before primary but was on ballot.
Total Delegates 
25 of 2,066 (1.2%).

Delegate Allocation
Congressional District delegates  18
At-large delegates                        7
 

Winner-take-all.
Bush-0
McCain-25



Democrats 
Presidential Preference Primary
Tuesday March 7, 2000
. 180,289 of 625,911 enrolled Democrats were checked as having voted, or 28.8%.
Total Vote
Percent
Bill Bradley 73,589
41.51%
+Al Gore 98,312 55.45%
Uncommitted  5,400 3.05%
Total  177,301
 
Total Pledged Delegates
54 of 3,537 (1.5%).
Total Delegates
67 of 4,335 (1.5%).

Delegate Selection Plan

Bradley-24
Gore-30


Copyright 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001  Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.
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