29th Senate District
Incumbent Donald E. Williams, Jr. (D) garnered 6,121 votes in Mansfield Tuesday, while challenger Sally White (R) took 2,371.
Results have to come in from Brooklyn, Canterbury, Killingly, Putnam, Scotland, Thompson and Windham before a winner is declared.
Williams was first elected to the 29th Senate District in a special election in 1993.
In 2004, Williams was elected to serve as President Pro Tempore, and was re-elected to the post in 2005, 2007, 2009 and 2011.
48th Assembly District
Incumbent Linda A. Orange (D) won Mansfield’s votes Tuesday, capturing 967 Mansfield votes compared to opponent Stan Soby’s 368.
Results have to come in from Windham, Lebanon and Colchester before a winner is declared.
Orange was first elected to the legislature in 1996.
Orange has served as deputy speaker and as a member of the Appropriations, Public Safety, Human Services and Legislative Management committees.
54th Assembly District
Incumbent Gregory Haddad (D-Chaplin, Mansfield) took 6,219 Mansfield votes Tuesday in his re-election to the Connecticut General Assembly in representing the 54th Assembly District. Haddad ran unopposed in the 2012 election.
Haddad was first elected to the state General Assembly in 2010, following over a decade of service to the Town of Mansfield as deputy mayor.
In Haddad’s first term, he was named the House Vice Chairman of the Commerce Committee, as a member of the Appropriations and Higher Education and Employment Advancement, and was selected for the Council of State Governments’ (CSG) International Committee.
Numbers are unofficial and will be updated throughout the night as they come in.