2002 Connecticut gubernatorial election

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Connecticut gubernatorial election, 2002

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Nominee John G. Rowland Bill Curry
Party Republican Democratic
Popular vote 573,958 448,984
Percentage 56.1% 43.9%

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Governor before election

John G. Rowland
Republican

Elected Governor

John G. Rowland
Republican

The Connecticut gubernatorial election of 2002 took place on November 5, 2002. Incumbent Republican Governor John G. Rowland won reelection to a third consecutive term, defeating Democrat Bill Curry. Rowland became the first ever Connecticut Governor to win a third term in office, but did not finish his term, resigning in 2004 due to allegations of corruption.

Election results[edit]

2002 gubernatorial election, Connecticut[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Republican John G. Rowland (incumbent) 573,958 56.1%
Democratic Bill Curry 448,984 43.9%
Independent Write ins 56 0.0%
Majority
Total votes 1,022,998 100.0%

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