ANSONIA — The losing candidate (as of publication time) in the election to represent the state Senate’s 17th District rallied with about 30 supporters in front of City Hall Monday to keep all eyes on Ansonia as a recount in the race proceeds.
State Senate candidate Jorge Cabrera’s campaign is scheduled to hold a rally near Ansonia City Hall on Main Street at 4 p.m. to “support transparency and the importance of voting,” according to an email from the campaign.
ANSONIA — State Republican Sen. George Logan’s campaign flagged an error in the city’s election numbers Thursday that resulted in a 252-vote swing in the returns for the state Senate 17th District race.
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by Eugene Driscoll and Ethan Fry | Nov 8, 2018 4:34 pm
Revised tallies submitted to the secretary of the state now show Sen. George Logan of Ansonia winning re-election Tuesday by just 65 votes. It comes a day after election results showed Jorge Cabrera, the Democratic challenger from Hamden, won the 17th District seat in the state Senate.
That small margin of victory automatically triggers a recount, according to state law. Secretary of the State Denise W. Merrill sent official word Thursday advising of the need to recount. It must happen by Nov. 14.