Early: Lamont Leads; McKinney Behind

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    33% reporting now

    61% Johnson, 39% Mckinney
     
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    Connecticut // U.S. Senate - - Dem Primary
    608 of 748 Precincts Reporting - 81.28%
    Lamont, Ned 116,387 51.71% **Winner
    Lieberman, Joe (i) 108,683 48.29%
     
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    Unbelievable
     
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    Well it looks like the democrats of Connecticut voted for the person they wanted to vote for. Good or bad, all we can do is wait for the November elections.
     
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    Joe turned his back on his constituents more than once. Hearing him speak so patronisticaly to the voters one has to wonder how he got elected in the first place.. (People hated Lowell Wiecker more than they liked Joe):tdown2:
    I wouldn't exactly say it is over,, but,, one never knows who might be the one to bankroll Joe's new bid.

    Now it will be Hillary, vs Bill... Hee hee hee!

    Republicans made sure that Joe knew they would back him as an independent. I will probably swap parties myself. I need the flexibility to vote the weeker democrats in so that I can be a part of damage control once the Dems take over the house, senate, and probably presidency. THIS ISN'T WHAT I WANT,, but clearly what many on this board want as they support issues that turn people away from the Republican party.

    Remember, if the Dems sweep the elections, the Second Amendment is toast. Not what I want.
     

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