Secretary of State Bysiewicz may have prematurely called Malloy winner of CT Governor race. AP just rescinded their call of the race winner as Malloy because they show Foley ahead by over 8,000 votes. and the absentee votes have not been counted!
The Fox News report quoting AP sources:
Democratic Secretary of the State Susan Bysiewicz said Wednesday that unofficial election results showed Malloy, the former mayor of Stamford, defeating Foley by 3,103 votes out of more than 1.1 million cast, above the threshold of 2,000 or fewer that would trigger an automatic recount. The total didn't include absentee ballots, which Bysiewicz believed wouldn't change the outcome. . .
. . . The Associated Press on Wednesday afternoon called the race for Malloy based on Bysiewicz's statements. However, the AP withdrew its call later Wednesday after its vote count showed Foley with a lead of 8,424 votes over Malloy, with all but 1.5 percent of the precincts counted. Bysiewicz had not released any vote results to support her statements earlier today.