Connecticut voters, meanwhile, could barely keep up. On Thursday, over burgers and beer at the White Horse Country Pub and Restaurant in Marble Dale, patrons watched big screen TVs that announced periodically that ...there was still no answer.
Michael Garrity of Washington, who classified himself as "an unemployed salesman who would vote for Mickey Mouse as long as he was a Democrat," said he voted for Mr. Malloy and "was overjoyed" when he heard on the radio that he had won. "But then I heard he didn't win," Mr. Garrity said. "And my heart sunk. Then I heard he won again. Then didn't win. "It's just too weird. Now I'm just sitting here drinking wine, and waiting."