Voters in Tuesday’s primary backed both the Democratic and Republican endorsed candidates in races for attorney general, treasurer and comptroller.
Democrat William Tong, a state representative and commercial litigator, will face Republican Sue Hatfield, a longtime prosecutor, in the November election for attorney general.
Tong, 45, was declared the winner in a three-way race Tuesday, besting opponents Chris Mattei, a former federal prosecutor, and state Sen. Paul Doyle, a Wethersfield attorney, according to the Associated Press.
Hatfield, 46, easily fended off a challenge from John Shaban, a Redding attorney and former state representative.
Tong is the first...