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2012 Congressional Election Connecticut Candidates

Connecticut U.S. Senate
(Aug. 14, 2012)

Susan Bysiewicz
Susan Bysiewicz
U.S. Senate (CT)
(Lost)
Democratic
Michael Fedele
Michael Fedele
U.S. Senate (CT)
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Scott Frantz
Scott Frantz
U.S. Senate (CT)
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Brian Hill
Brian Hill
U.S. Senate (CT)
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Peter Lumaj
Peter Lumaj
U.S. Senate (CT)
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Jason McCoy
Jason McCoy
U.S. Senate (CT)
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Linda McMahon
Linda McMahon
U.S. Senate (CT)
(Won)
Republican
Chris Murphy
Chris Murphy
U.S. Senate (CT)
(Won)
Democratic
Matthew Oakes
Matthew Oakes
U.S. Senate (CT)
(Withdrawn)
Democratic
Christopher Shays
Christopher Shays
U.S. Senate (CT)
(Lost)
Republican
William Tong
William Tong
U.S. Senate (CT)
(Withdrawn)
Democratic
Kie Westby
Kie Westby
U.S. Senate (CT)
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Lee Whitnum
Lee Whitnum
U.S. Senate (CT)
(Withdrawn)
Democratic

Connecticut U.S. House District 1
(Aug. 14, 2012)

John Decker
John Decker
U.S. House (CT)
District 1
(Won)
Republican
John Larson
John Larson
U.S. House (CT)
District 1 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Mike McDonald
Mike McDonald
U.S. House (CT)
District 1
(Withdrawn)
Republican

Connecticut U.S. House District 2
(Aug. 14, 2012)

Joe Courtney
Joe Courtney
U.S. House (CT)
District 2 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Christopher Coutu
Christopher Coutu
U.S. House (CT)
District 2
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Paul Formica
Paul Formica
U.S. House (CT)
District 2
(Won)
Republican
Daria Novak
Daria Novak
U.S. House (CT)
District 2
(Lost)
Republican

Connecticut U.S. House District 3
(Aug. 14, 2012)

Rosa DeLauro
Rosa DeLauro
U.S. House (CT)
District 3 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Wayne Winsley
Wayne Winsley
U.S. House (CT)
District 3
(Won)
Republican

Connecticut U.S. House District 4
(Aug. 14, 2012)

Toni Boucher
Toni Boucher
U.S. House (CT)
District 4
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Jim Himes
Jim Himes
U.S. House (CT)
District 4 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Mark Lauretti
Mark Lauretti
U.S. House (CT)
District 4
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Chris Meek
Chris Meek
U.S. House (CT)
District 4
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Steve Obsitnik
Steve Obsitnik
U.S. House (CT)
District 4
(Won)
Republican
David Orner
David Orner
U.S. House (CT)
District 4
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Richard Wieland
Richard Wieland
U.S. House (CT)
District 4
(Withdrawn)
Republican

Connecticut U.S. House District 5
(Aug. 14, 2012)

Justin Bernier
Justin Bernier
U.S. House (CT)
District 5
(Lost)
Republican
Ryan Bingham
Ryan Bingham
U.S. House (CT)
District 5
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Mark Boughton
Mark Boughton
U.S. House (CT)
District 5
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Mike Clark
Mike Clark
U.S. House (CT)
District 5
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Christopher Donovan
Christopher Donovan
U.S. House (CT)
District 5
(Lost)
Working Families, Democratic
Elizabeth Esty
Elizabeth Esty
U.S. House (CT)
District 5 Incumbent
(Won)
Democratic
Mary Glassman
Mary Glassman
U.S. House (CT)
District 5
(Withdrawn)
Democratic
Mark Greenberg
Mark Greenberg
U.S. House (CT)
District 5
(Lost)
Republican
Rob Kane
Rob Kane
U.S. House (CT)
District 5
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Dan Roberti
Dan Roberti
U.S. House (CT)
District 5
(Lost)
Democratic
Andrew Roraback
Andrew Roraback
U.S. House (CT)
District 5
(Won)
Republican
Brian Schactman
Brian Schactman
U.S. House (CT)
District 5
(Withdrawn)
Democratic
J. Vance, Jr.
J. Vance, Jr.
U.S. House (CT)
District 5
(Withdrawn)
Democratic
Lisa Wilson-Foley
Lisa Wilson-Foley
U.S. House (CT)
District 5
(Lost)
Republican
Kevin Witkos
Kevin Witkos
U.S. House (CT)
District 5
(Withdrawn)
Republican
Randy Yale
Randy Yale
U.S. House (CT)
District 5
(Withdrawn)
Democratic

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