UPDATED: State rep special election results by polling place

Republican Ben McGorty easily won the special election for state representative in the 122nd District on Tuesday. He defeated Arlene Liscinsky. Both are Shelton residents.

The district includes parts of three towns — Shelton, Stratford and Trumbull. Shelton makes up most of the district. These results are unofficial.

 

DISTRICT-WIDE TOTAL

McGorty — 1,403  (75%)

Liscinsky — 459  (25%)

Below are the unofficial results by town and polling place:

 

SHELTON

Long Hill School

McGorty — 361

Liscinsky — 135

Mohegan School

McGorty — 594

Liscinsky — 183

Absentee ballots (both districts)

McGorty — 61

Liscinsky — 19

Shelton total

McGorty — 1,016

Liscinsky — 337

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STRATFORD

Bunnell High School

McGorty — 107

Liscinsky — 21

Chapel School

McGorty — 143

Liscinsky — 41

Absentee ballots (both districts)

McGorty — 22

Liscinsky — 3

Stratford total

McGorty — 272

Liscinsky — 65

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TRUMBULL

St. Joseph’s High School

McGorty — 115

Liscinsky — 57

(includes absentee ballots)

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