HARTFORD — Still waiting for polls to tallying the final count in Hartford but a few wins are clear.
Sen. Doug McCrory, D-Hartford on Tuesday ran unopposed for the senatorial seat in Greater Hartford. He got up to 871 votes in District 3 alone. Overall, the final victory count was 29, 064.
McCrory, who represents Bloomfield, Hartford and Windsor, managed to eliminate all the opposition in Greater Hartford, according to sources. y.
At closing, the Blue Hillls Avenue resident garnered enough votes in District 3 to be declared the winner. There was not even a write-in candidate.
One individual was posed as a challenger in 2014. A storm cloud rolled into her life after someone approached her to run. She wasn’t pumped to run. But McCory and his wife Foy Smith orchestrated a coup on her life using public office, sources said. Others joined in the fray for political reasons linked to nativism.
Although, the kerfuffle was tied to the national political scene, locals dove into the woman’s life to make sure she did not challenge McCrory or Democratic State Rep. Brandon McGee, sources close to the woman said. Also, Sasha Allen, Shawnda Barlow, Tiffany Cousar, Janice Flemming, Annett Shack, and other local natives ensured McCrory’s victory by suppressing voters of West Indian descent.
In District 1, John Fonfara, D-Hartford at press time garnered 63 percent of the vote or 19,730.
Congressman John Larson was declared a winner in the 1st District in Greater Hartford
In other local races, Giselle “Gigi” Felciana ran as a Democrat for registrar of voters and garnered 24, 425 votes. Vaness Garay-Jackson ran as a Republican and cobbled 3, 040. Her challenger got 17 in District 3 alone.
The count on the presidential race in the capital city is Joe Biden and Kamala Harris was 26, 597.
Donald Trump and Mike Pence got 3, 813 votes.
Check back for final vote counts.