Hartford, Ct. – Last night Democrats across Connecticut gathered at 10 caucuses to select the state’s 36 district-level delegates to the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia. In total, 18 delegates were elected for Hillary Clinton, and 18 delegates were elected for Bernie Sanders, as determined by the results of Connecticut‘s primary.
“We are proud that hundreds of Democrats from all corners of the state came out to select our delegates to this year’s National Convention,” said ConnecticutDemocratic Party Chairman Nick Balletto. “The process showed how our party can come together and reflect the best of Democratic values. It reflects the grassroots strength of the Democratic Party in Connecticut. I am also glad that our delegation will represent the diversity and inclusivity of our party and our state. Our delegates include veterans, people of color, members of the LGBTQ community, young people, and many of our friends in the labor movement. We look forward to Connecticut playing an important role in nominating our next president.”
The following Democrats were elected as district-level delegates:
1st Congressional District Clinton Delegates
1st Congressional District Sanders Delegates
2nd Congressional District Clinton Delegates
2nd Congressional District Sanders Delegates
3rd Congressional District Clinton Delegates
3rd Congressional District Sanders Delegates
4th Congressional District Clinton Delegates
Mary McBride Lee
4th Congressional District Sanders Delegates
5th Congressional District Clinton Delegates
5th Congressional District Sanders Delegates
All at-large delegates will be selected by the Democratic State Central Committee on June 7.