Connecticut officials are reporting a high election day turnout.
Secretary of the State Denise Merrill says she expects turnout to top 75 percent, which would be higher than the 2012 election.
Governor Dannel Malloy urged voters to come out when and his wife cast their ballots in Hartford today.
He says, "This has been a hard fought contest, got nasty at times, got strange and bizarre at times. There were ups and downs. But you know, listen, this has played itself out over a two year period of time. Let's get this thing done. Let's go out and vote."