Are Mail-In Ballots the Wave of the Future in Stratford?

Stratford Residents Step Up With Absentee Ballots

With an unpresented global pandemic raging nationwide (and increasing numbers reported in Stratford) over 10,000 Stratford residents turned in, and had counted, absentee ballots for yesterday’s elections. Though there are still approximately 2,000 absentee ballots that have not been counted (they will be counted on Thursday) town residents showed a willingness and desire to make voting in the State of Connecticut easier.

To date over 25,403 ballots were cast in Stratford, which many believe is an all time high. Official results have yet to be released.

Election Results for Stratford

This is with all precincts reporting. There are still 2,000 Absentee Ballots still outstanding, which are expected to be counted on Thursday.

120th House District
Democrat Phil Young, 6,454 (Incumbent)
Republican Jim Feehan, 6,122

121st House District
Democrat Joe Gresko, 6,792 (Incumbent)
Republican Ed Scinto, 3,064.

122nd House District
Republican Rep. Ben McGorty, 1,569 (Incumbent)
Democrat Jose Goncalves, 1,519.

Connecticut State Senate, 21st Senatorial District
Republican Sen. Kevin Kelly, unopposed, 1,1279

Registrar of Voters
Democrat James Simon, 12,872
Republican Louis DeCilio , 8,782 (Incumbent)
Richard Marcone, 1,067 (Petitioning candidate, incumbent)

Stratford Presidential Results:
Biden & Harris, 15,432
Trump & Pence, 9,633
Jorgensen & Cohen, 242
Hawkens & Walker, 96

Congressional District 3
Democrat Rosa DeLauro, 14,912
Republican Margaret Strecker, 9,578
Independent Justin Paglino, 201

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