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Connecticut Candidates for Senator

Presidential Election Day: Nov. 8, 2016

Presidential Primary Election Day: April 26, 2016

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Connecticut Senator Candidates



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Connecticut Senator Candidates 2016

Richard Blumenthal (D)
Dan Carter (R)
August Wolf (R)

A list of Connecticut Candidates for Congress are listed below by congressional district.

Connecticut Candidates for Congress

CT Congress Candidates
Connecticut Congressional Candidates 2016

District 1:
John Larson (D)
Matthew Corey (R)

District 2:
Joe Courtney (D)
Ann Brookes (R)
Daria Novak (R)

District 3:
Rosa DeLauro (D)

District 4:
Jim Himes (D)
John Shaban (R)

District 5:
Elizabeth Esty (D)
Clay Cope (R)
Matt Maxwell (R)
John Pistone (R)
Joseph Stango (R)
Bill Stevens (R)
Stephanie Piddock (Independent)


History of Connecticut. Information that every Connecticut Election Candidate for Senator Should Know.

The Connecticut State Seal

The Great Seal of the State of Connecticut has been the coat of arms of the U.S. state of Connecticut since May of 1784. It depicts three grapevines and a ribbon below with the Latin motto: Qui Transtulit Sustinet (English: He who transplanted sustains), with SIGILLUM REIPUBLICÆ CONNECTICUTENSIS
English: Seal of the State of Connecticut in the border.

Connecticut State Flag

Connecticut's State flag is five feet six inches in length and four feet four inches in width. It is not as wide as most other state flags. The background color of the flag is azure blue silk, which represents a cloudless sky. There is a white shield in the center with a gold and silver border. The shield has a picture of three grapevines, which represent the first three towns in Connecticut. They also represent the early settlers' belief in God. They believed that God had brought them from England and planted them, or settled them, in the New World where he would sustain them, or help them survive and grow. They got this idea from words in the Bible, and this is the meaning of Connecticut's state motto. Just below the shield is a white banner with a gold border. On the banner, in dark blue, is the motto written in Latin: Qui Transtulit Sustinet, which means, "He who transplanted still sustains." Connecticut's state flag was adopted in 1897.

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