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Connecticut Holding Three Special Elections Today

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Control of Connecticut's Senate may be at stake in Tuesday's special elections. There's currently an even number of Republicans and Democrats, with two open seats.

Elections are being held in the 2nd Senatorial District and 32nd Senatorial District, as well as the 115th Assembly District.

In the 2nd District, Democratic Hartford Rep. Douglas McCrory is up against Republican Windsor Town Councilman Mike McDonald and write-in candidates Aaron Romano and Charles Jackson. In the 32nd District, Republican Watertown Rep. Eric Berthel faces Roxbury attorney, Democrat Gregory Cava and petitioning candidate Daniel Lynch, a technology executive.

In the 115th Assembly District, West Haven Democrat and management consultant Dorinda Kennan Borer is facing West Haven Republican Edward Granfield, who runs an oil delivery business.

Polls will be open until 8 p.m.

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