Trump, Clinton carry Trumbull
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, respective frontrunners for the Republican and Democratic presidential nominations, topped the tallies in Trumbull in Tuesday's presidential primaries.
Trump carried more than 60% of the Trumbull Republican vote with 1,946 votes. John Kasich was a distant second with 28.3% of Trumbull Republicans, with Ted Cruz getting nearly 10% of the vote with 323 ballots.
Trump won the Connecticut race, and all 28 GOP delegates. As of 1 p.m. Wednesday, Trump had 58.2% of the vote, 110,641 ballots. Kasich was second with 28% of the vote, Cruz third with 11.67%. Trump won all 28 Connecticut GOP delegates.
The Democratic race in Trumbull closely mirrored the statewide contest, with Hillary Clinton carrying 53% of the local vote, Bernie Sanders 45%. Among all Connecticut Democrats, Clinton carried nearly 51% of the vote, Sanders 47%.
With 91% of precincts in Connecticut reporting, Clinton had 50.93% of the Democratic vote, Sanders 47.24%. The statewide Democratic delegate count saw Clinton picking up 27, Sanders 25.