Foley Wins GOP Primary, Will Challenge Malloy in November

Aug. 12, 10:30pm. Final Greenwich Tallies. It looks like Thomas Foley’s results in Greenwich reflected the state. John McKinney conceded at about 9:20pm. Foley will face-off, again, against Gov. Dannel Malloy in November.

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Aug. 12, 9:00pm Initial Tallies of Absentee Ballots 

Aug. 12, 6:33pm Voter turnout has reached 1,778 as of 6:33pm, which represents 14.66% of the 12,134 eligible voters.

Aug. 12, 4:08pm Voter turnout for the GOP primary has risen to 1,415 as of 4:08pm, which represents 11.66% of the 12,134 eligible voters.

Aug. 12, 11:10am Connecticut’s Republicans are turnout out to vote in the GOP primary, though not in high numbers. As of 11:07am, 710 voters had voted according to the Town website, which represents a turnout of 5.85%

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There are 12,134 registered Republicans in Greenwich, including a few dozen people who registered as new voters on Friday.

During a stop at Julian Curtiss School under humid skies that were spitting occasional raindrops, at 10:45am, one voter said the tally on the machine was just 50 when she fed her ballot through the slot.

Screen Shot 2014-08-12 at 11.12.08 AMThe primary includes choices for governor, lieutenant governor and comptroller. The election will determine the Republican candidate for the offices of Governor and Lt. Governor in the November 4, 2014 election. The winning Republican candidate in the primary — Greenwich business executive Thomas Foley, the party endorsed candidate, or John McKinney of Fairfield — will oppose Governor Malloy in November.

Polls opened at 6:00am and will remain open until 8:00pm. Registered Republicans are eligible to vote.

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