CT: Turnout North of 90 Percent
By Spencer Hsu
Heavy voting was reported throughout blue states in the Northeast, with Connecticut Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz predicting that more than 90 percent of registered voters in the Constitution State would turn out. By comparison, 79 percent voted in 2004.
The state's all-time high was 93 percent turnout in 1960, when John F. Kennedy ran against Richard Nixon.
Posted at 3:40 PM ET on Nov 4, 2008
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