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Election Day 2012: Windsor Locks and East Windsor

Where to vote, the list of candidates, and how the town voted in past elections. Check back mid-day for updates from the polling stations.

Good morning, and welcome to Election Day 2012!

Today, Windsor Locks and East Windsor residents go to the polls to choose a president, a U.S. Senator and a U.S. Representative from the First District. At the state level, residents of East Windsor will elect a state Senator from the 3rd District and a state Representative from the 57th and 59th Districts, while those in Windsor Locks will choose a state Senator from the 7th District and a state Representative from the 60th District.

See below for information on where to go to cast your ballot and click on this link for the list of candidates. We've also included how Windsor Locks and East Windsor voted in 2008, the year of the last presidential election, and in 2010, the last mid-term election.

Read it over, then visit your local polling station between 6 a.m. and 8 p.m. to make your voice heard! And be sure to check back with Patch for updates throughout the day, including the announcement of the winners as soon as votes are tallied.

East Windsor Polling Stations

  • District #1: Town Hall Annex, 25 School St.
  • District #2: East Windsor Town Hall, 11 Rye St.

Windsor Locks Polling Stations

  • District #1: Windsor Locks Town Office Building, 50 Church St.
  • District #2: Windsor Locks High School, 58 South Elm St.

How East Windsor and Windsor Locks Voted in 2008

In 2008, 65.48 percent of registered voters in East Windsor cast a ballot and 77.51 in Windsor Locks. Here are the results:

(D=Democrat; R=Republican; G=Green; I=Independent; WF=Working Families; CL=Connecticut for Lieberman)

East Windsor

PRESIDENT

  • Obama-Biden (D) — 3,106 votes
  • McCain-Palin (R) — 2,100 votes

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, First DISTRICT

  • John B. Larson (D) — 3,220 votes
  • Joe Visconti (R) — 1,315 votes

3rd SENATE DISTRICT

  • Gary LeBeau (D) — 3,681 votes
  • None (R) — 00 votes

57th ASSEMBLY DISTRICT

  • Ted Graziani (D) — 2,432 votes
  • Christopher Davis (R) — 2,330 votes

Windsor Locks

PRESIDENT

  • Obama-Biden (D) — 3.661 votes
  • McCain-Palin (R) — 2,554 votes

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, First DISTRICT

  • John B. Larson (D) — 3,602 votes
  • Joe Visconti (R) — 1,640 votes

7th SENATE DISTRICT

  • George Colli (D) — 3,280 votes
  • John A. Kissell (R) — 2,554 votes

60th ASSEMBLY DISTRICT

  • Peggy Sayers (D) — 3,788 votes
  • Michael Royston (R) — 2,035 votes

How East Windsor and Windsor Locks Voted in 2010

In 2010, 52.67 percent of registered voters in East Windsor cast a ballot and 56.01 in Windsor Locks. Here are the results:

(D=Democrat; R=Republican; G=Green; I=Independent; WF=Working Families; CL=Connecticut for Lieberman; SA=Socialist Action)

East Windsor

U.S. SENATE

  • Richard Blumenthal (D)(WF) — 1,928 votes
  • Linda J. McMahon (R) — 1,802 votes
  • Dr. John Mertens (CL) — 25
  • Warren B. Mosler (I) — 50

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 1st DISTRICT

  • John B. Larson (D) — 1,994 votes
  • Ann Brickley (R) — 1,701 votes
  • Kenneth J. Krayeske (G) - 40 votes
  • Christopher J.Hutchinson (SA) - 18 votes

3rd SENATE DISTRICT

  • Gary LeBeau (D) — 2,072 votes
  • Robert L. Gonzalez (R) — 1,583 votes

57th ASSEMBLY DISTRICT

  • Ted Graziani (D) — 1,681 votes
  • Christopher Davis (R) — 2,072 votes

Windsor Locks

U.S. SENATE

  • Richard Blumenthal (D)(WF) — 2,551 votes
  • Linda J. McMahon (R) — 2,014 votes
  • Dr. John Mertens (CL) — 31
  • Warren B. Mosler (I) — 48

U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, 1st DISTRICT

  • John B. Larson (D) — 2,282 votes
  • Ann Brickley (R) — 1,890 votes
  • Kenneth J. Krayeske (G) - 54 votes
  • Christopher J.Hutchinson (SA) - 15 votes

7th SENATE DISTRICT

  • Karen Jarmoc (D) — 2,260 votes
  • John. A. Kissell (R) — 1,993 votes

60th ASSEMBLY DISTRICT

  • Peggy Sayers (D) — 2,331 votes
  • Mohan Sachdev (R) — 1,949 votes

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