Political party strength in Connecticut
- Lieutenant Governor
- Secretary of the State
- Attorney General
- State Treasurer
- State Comptroller
The table also indicates the historical party composition in the:
- State Senate
- State House of Representatives
- State delegation to the U.S. Senate
- State delegation to the U.S. House of Representatives
For years in which a presidential election was held, the table indicates which party's nominees received the state's electoral votes.
The parties are as follows: American (A), American Republican (AR), A Connecticut Party (C), Democratic (D), Democratic-Republican (DR), Federalist (F), Free Soil (FS), Independent Democrat (ID), Jackson (J), (N), no partyNational Republican including both Adams Faction (Adams) and Anti-Jacksonian (Anti-J) (NR), National Union (NU), Opposition (O), Republican (R), Toleration Republican (TR), Whig (W), and . a tie or coalition within a group of elected officials
|Year||Executive offices||General Assembly||United States Congress||Electoral College votes|
|Governor||Lieutenant Governor||Secretary of the State||Attorney General||Treasurer||Comptroller||State Senate||State House||U.S. Senator (Class I)||U.S. Senator (Class III)||U.S. House|
|1639||John Haynes||Theophilus Eaton||Roger Ludlow||Edward Hopkins||no such office||Thomas Welles|
|1640||Edward Hopkins||John Haynes|
|1641||John Haynes||George Wyllys||Thomas Welles||William Whiting|
|1642||George Wyllys||Roger Ludlow|
|1643||John Haynes||Edward Hopkins|
|1644||Edward Hopkins||John Haynes|
|1645||John Haynes||Edward Hopkins|
|1646||Edward Hopkins||John Haynes|
|1647||John Haynes||Edward Hopkins|
|1648||Edward Hopkins||Roger Ludlow||John Cullick||Thomas Welles|
|1649||John Haynes||Edward Hopkins|
|1650||Edward Hopkins||John Haynes|
|1651||John Haynes||Edward Hopkins|
|1652||Edward Hopkins||John Haynes||John Talcott, Sr.|
|1653||John Haynes||Edward Hopkins|
|1654||Edward Hopkins||Thomas Welles|
|1655||Thomas Welles||John Webster|
|1656||John Webster||Thomas Welles|
|1657||John Winthrop, Jr.|
|1658||Thomas Welles||Francis Newman||John Winthrop, Jr.||Daniel Clark|
|1659||John Winthrop, Jr.|
|1660||John Mason||John Talcott, Jr.|
|1666||John Winthrop, Jr.|
|1676||William Leete||Robert Treat||William Pitkin|
|1683||Robert Treat||James Bishop|
|1687||Robert Treat||Edmund Andros|
|1698||Fitz-John Winthrop||Robert Treat|
|1708||Gurdon Saltonstall||Nathan Gold|
|1724||Joseph Talcott||Joseph Talcott|
|1741||Jonathan Law||Roger Wolcott|
|1750||Roger Wolcott||Thomas Fitch||Nathaniel Stanly|
|1754||Thomas Fitch||William Pitkin|
|1766||William Pitkin||Jonathan Trumbull|
|1769||Jonathan Trumbull||Matthew Griswold||John Lawrence|
|1776||Jonathan Trumbull (N)||Matthew Griswold (F)|
|1784||Matthew Griswold (F)||Samuel Huntington (F)|
|1786||Samuel Huntington (F)||Oliver Wolcott (F)|
|1788||George Washington and John Adams (N)|
|1789||Jedediah Huntington||F Majority||F Majority||William S. Johnson (Pro-Admin)||Oliver Ellsworth (Pro-Admin)||5 Pro-Admin|
|1792||Roger Sherman (F)||George Washington and John Adams (N)|
|1794||Andrew Kingsbury||Stephen M. Mitchell (F)|
|1795||Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. (F)||7F|
|1796||Oliver Wolcott (F)||Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. (F)||Samuel Wyllys||Uriah Tracy (F)||John Adams Thomas Pinckney (F) Nand|
|Jonathan Trumbull, Jr. (F)||John Treadwell (F)||James Hillhouse (F)|
|1800||12F||F Majority||John Adams and Charles C. Pinckney (F) N|
|1804||117F, 78DR||Charles C. Pinckney and Rufus King (F) N|
|1806||Elisha Colt||123F, 72DR|
|1807||131F, 63DR, 3 vac.|
|1808||136F, 61DR, 1 vac.||Chauncey Goodrich (F)||Charles C. Pinckney and Rufus King (F) N|
|John Treadwell (F)||Roger Griswold (F)||148F, 50DR, 1 vac.|
|1810||Thomas Day||143F, 56DR||Samuel W. Dana (F)|
|1811||Roger Griswold (F)||John Cotton Smith (F)||139F, 60DR|
|John Cotton Smith (F)||vacant||161F, 38DR||DeWitt Clinton and Jared Ingersoll (F) N|
|1813||Chauncey Goodrich (F)||163F, 37DR|
|1814||F Majority||David Daggett (F)|
|1816||Jonathan Ingersoll (TR)||116F, 90TR||Rufus King and John Eager Howard (F) N|
|1817||Oliver Wolcott, Jr. (TR)||105TR, 96F|
|1818||Isaac Spencer||7TR, 5F||129TR, 72F||6F, 1DR|
|1819||James Thomas||12TR||119TR, 82F||James Lanman (DR)||5DR, 2F|
|1820||129TR, 73F||James Monroe and Daniel D. Tompkins (DR)|
|1821||TR Majority||Elijah Boardman (DR)||7 DR|
|1823||David Plant (NR)||TR Majority||6 Anti-J|
|1824||NR Majority||Henry W. Edwards (DR)||John Quincy Adams and John C. Calhoun (DR)|
|1825||NR Majority||NR Majority||Calvin Willey (Adams)|
|1826||NR Majority||NR Majority|
|1827||Gideon Tomlinson (NR)||John Samuel Peters (NR)||NR Majority||NR Majority||Samuel A. Foot (Anti-J)|
|1828||NR Majority||NR Majority||John Quincy Adams and Richard Rush (NR) N|
|1829||NR Majority||NR Majority|
|1830||Elisha Phelps (NR)||NR Majority||J Majority|
|1831||NR Majority||NR Majority|
|John Samuel Peters (NR) ||vacant||Gideon Tomlinson (Anti-J)|
|1832||NR Majority||NR Majority||Henry Clay and John Sergeant (NR) N|
|1833||Henry W. Edwards (D)||Ebenezer Stoddard (D)||17J, 4NR||129J, 35NR, 24AM, 14?||Nathan Smith (W)|
|1834||Samuel A. Foot (W)||Thaddeus Betts (W)||Roger Huntington (W)||16NR, 5J||82NR, 80J, 30AM, 9I|
|1835||Henry W. Edwards (D)||Ebenezer Stoddard (D)||Royal R. Hinman (W)||Jeremiah Brown||Gideon Welles (D)||16D, 5W||126D, 80W||6J, 1D|
|1836||William Field (D)||17D, 4W||130D, 71W||John M. Niles (DR)||Martin Van Buren and Richard M. Johnson (D)|
|1837||14D, 7W||110D, 79W||Perry Smith (D)||6D|
|1838||William W. Ellsworth (W)||Charles Hawley (W)||Hiram Ryder (W)||Henry Kilbourn (W)||20W, 1D||158W, 42D, 6 Cnsvr.|
|1839||13W, 8D||107W, 87D, 2 Cnsvr.||Thaddeus Betts (W)||6W|
|1840||18W, 3D||143W, 63D, 8?||William Henry Harrison and John Tyler (W)|
|1841||20W, 1D||116W, 57D, 41 vac.||Jabez W. Huntington (W)|
|1842||Chauncey Fitch Cleveland (D)||William S. Holabird (D)||Noah A. Phelps (D)||Jabez L. White, Jr. (D)||Gideon Welles (D)||14D, 7W||124D, 55W|
|1843||16D, 5W||113D, 75W||John M. Niles (D)||4D|
|1844||Roger Sherman Baldwin (W)||Reuben Booth (W)||Daniel P. Tyler (W)||Joseph B. Gilbert (W)||Abijah Carrington (W)||16W, 5D||112W, 77D||Henry Clay and Theodore Frelinghuysen (W) N|
|1845||16W, 5D||112W, 77D, 1 Lty.||4W|
|1846||Isaac Toucey (D)||Noyes Billings (D)||Charles W. Bradley (D)||Alonzo W. Birge (D)||Mason Cleveland (D)||11D, 10W||116D, 103W, 1 Lty.|
|1847||Clark Bissell (W)||Charles J. McCurdy (W)||John B. Robertson (W)||Joseph B. Gilbert (W)||Abijah Catlin (W)||13W, 8D||119W, 100D, 1I|
|1848||117W, 102D, 1 Lty.||Roger Sherman Baldwin (W)||Zachary Taylor and Millard Fillmore (W)|
|1849||Joseph Trumbull (W)||Thomas Backus (W)||Roger H. Mills (W)||Henry D. Smith (D)||11D, 6W, 4FS||108W, 95D, 19FS||Truman Smith (W)||2D, 1W, 1FS|
|1850||Thomas H. Seymour (D)||Charles H. Pond (D)||Hiram Weed (D)||Rufus G Pinney (D)||12D, 6W, 3FS||111D, 97W, 14FS|
|John P. C. Mather (D)|
|1851||Green Kendrick (W)||Thomas Clark (W)||12W, 8D, 1FS||110D, 107W, 5FS, 2I||Isaac Toucey (D)||3D, 1W|
|1852||Charles H. Pond (D)||Edwin Stearns (D)||14D, 6W, 1FS||130D, 85W, 7FS, 3I||Franklin Pierce and William R. King (D)|
|1853||15D, 6W||144D, 77W, 4FS, 2 vac.||Francis Gillette (FS)||4D|
|Charles H. Pond (D)||vacant|
|1854||Henry Dutton (W)||Alexander H. Holley (W)||Oliver H. Perry (W)||Daniel Camp (W)||John Dunham (W)||16W, 5D||119W, 89D, 10FS, 1I|
|1855||William T. Minor (A)||William Field (FS)||Nehemiah D. Sperry (A)||Arthur B. Calef||Alexander Merrell||16A, 4D, 1W||163A, 65D||Lafayette S. Foster (O)||4A|
|1856||Albert Day (AR)||Frederick P. Coe (A)||Edward Prentis (A)||13O, 8D||127O, 105D||John C. Frémont and William L. Dayton (R) N|
|1857||Alexander H. Holley (R)||Alfred A. Burnham (R)||Orville H. Platt (AR)||Frederick S. Wildman (R)||Joseph G. Lamb (A)||15R, 6D||139R, 93D||James Dixon (R)||2D, 2R|
|1858||William A. Buckingham (AR)||Julius Catlin (AR)||John Boyd (R)||Lucius J. Hendee (AR)||William H. Buell (R)||146R, 88D|
|1859||13R, 8D||125R, 109D||4R|
|1860||14R, 7D||147R, 88D||Abraham Lincoln and Hannibal Hamlin (R)|
|1861||Benjamin Douglas (R)||James Hammond Trumbull (R)||Ezra Dean (R)||Leman W. Cutler (R)||13R, 8D||149R, 86D||2D, 2R|
|1862||Roger Averill (NU)||Gabriel W. Coit (NU)||21R||187R, 57D|
|1863||14R, 7D||139R, 96D, 1I, 1?||3R, 1D|
|1864||18R, 3D||155R, 79D||Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson (NU)|
|1866||Joseph R. Hawley (R)||Oliver F. Winchester (R)||Leverett E. Pease (NU)||Henry G. Taintor (R)||Robbins Battell (R)||13R, 8D||141R, 94D|
|1867||James E. English (D)||Ephraim H. Hyde (D)||Edward S. Moseley (D)||Jesse Olney (D)||11R, 10D||127R, 111D||Orris S. Ferry (R)||2D, 2R|
|1868||12R, 9D||129R, 109D||Ulysses S. Grant and Schuyler Colfax (R)|
|1869||Marshall Jewell (R)||Francis Wayland (R)||Hiram Appleman (R)||David P. Nichols (R)||James W. Manning (R)||14R, 7D||132R, 106D||William A. Buckingham (R)||3R, 1D|
|1870||James E. English (D)||Julius Hotchkiss (D)||Thomas M. Waller (D)||Charles M. Pond||Seth S. Logan (D)||11R, 10D||127R, 109D, 3I|
|1871||Marshall Jewell (R)||Morris Tyler (R)||Hiram Appleman (R)||David P. Nichols (R)||James W. Manning (R)||13R, 8D||129R, 110D|
|1872||15R, 6D||130R, 111D||Ulysses S. Grant and Henry Wilson (R)|
|1873||Charles R. Ingersoll (D)||George G. Sill (D)||D. W. Edgecomb (R)||William E. Raymond (D)||Alfred R. Goodrich (D)||14R, 7D||132D, 108R, 1I|
|Marvin H. Sanger (D)|
|1874||17D, 4R||143R, 99D||William W. Eaton (D)|
|1875||15D, 6R||137D, 107R, 1I||James E. English (D)||3D, 1R|
|1876||18D, 3R||161D, 85R||Samuel J. Tilden and Thomas A. Hendricks (D) N|
|1877||Richard D. Hubbard (D)||Francis Loomis (D)||Dwight Morris (D)||Edwin A. Buck (D)||Charles C. Hubbard (D)||11R, 10D||141R, 105D||William H. Barnum (D)|
|1878||13R, 8D||137R, 109D|
|1879||Charles B. Andrews (R)||David Gallup (R)||David Torrance (R)||Talmadge Baker||Chauncey Howard (R)||14R, 7D||143R, 99D, 1GB, 1I, 2 vac.||Orville H. Platt (R)||3R, 1D|
|1880||16R, 5D||162R, 83D, 1GB||James A. Garfield and Chester A. Arthur (R)|
|1881||Hobart B. Bigelow (R)||William H. Bulkeley (R)||Charles E. Searls (R)||David P. Nichols (R)||Wheelock Batcheller (R)||166R, 80D, 1GB, 1I||Joseph W. Hawley (R)|
|1882||James D. Smith (R)||17R, 7D||160R, 89D|
|1883||Thomas M. Waller (D)||George G. Summer (D)||D. Ward Northrop (D)||Alfred R. Goodrich (D)||Frank D. Sloat (R)||13R, 11D||139R, 110D||3D, 1R|
|1884||15R, 9D||153R, 96D||Grover Cleveland and Thomas A. Hendricks (D)|
|1885||Henry B. Harrison (R)||Lorrin A. Cooke (R)||Charles A. Russell (R)||V. B. Chamberlain (R)||Luzerne I. Munson (R)||17R, 7D||148R, 100D, 1G||2D, 2R|
|1886||13R, 11D||131R, 116D, 2I|
|1887||Phineas C. Lounsbury (R)||James L. Howard (R)||Leverett M. Hubbard (R)||Alexander Warner (R)||Thomas Clark (R)||14R, 10D||137R, 109D, 2I, 1vac.||3D, 1R|
|1888||Grover Cleveland and Allen G. Thurman (D) N|
|1889||Morgan G. Bulkeley||Samuel E. Merwin (R)||R. Jay Walsh (R)||E. Stevens Henry (R)||John B. Wright (R)||17R, 7D||152R, 96D, 1I||3R, 1D|
|1891||Nicholas Staub (D)||17D, 7R||133R, 116D, 1I, 1vac.||3D, 1R|
|1892||Grover Cleveland and Adlai E. Stevenson (D)|
|1893||Luzon B. Morris (D)||Ernest Cady (D)||John J. Phelan (D)||Marvin H. Sanger (D)||12R, 12D||137R, 113D, 1Proh.|
|1895||Owen Vincent Coffin (R)||Lorrin A. Cooke (R)||William C. Mowry (R)||George W. Hodge (R)||Benjamin P. Mead (R)||23R, 1D||204R, 46D, 1P||4R|
|1896||William McKinley and Garret Hobart (R)|
|1897||Lorrin A. Cooke (R)||James D. Dewell (R)||Charles Phelps (R)||Charles W. Grosvenor (R)||24R||218R, 29D, 5NatD|
|1899||George E. Lounsbury (R)||Lyman A. Mills (R)||Huber Clark (R)||Charles Phelps (R)||Charles S. Mersick (R)||Thompson S. Grant (R)||20R, 4D||180R, 69D, 3NatD|
|1900||William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt (R)|
|1901||George P. McLean (R)||Edwin O. Keeler (R)||Charles G. R. Vinal (R)||Henry H. Gallup (R)||Abiram Chamberlain (R)||22R, 2D||201R, 52D, 1NatD, 1I|
|1903||Abiram Chamberlain (R)||Henry Roberts (R)||William A. King (R)||William E. Seeley (R)||18R, 6D||187R, 68D||5R|
|1904||Theodore Roosevelt and Charles W. Fairbanks (R)|
|1905||Henry Roberts (R)||Rollin S. Woodruff (R)||Theodore Bodenwein (R)||James F. Walsh (R)||Asahel W. Mitchell (R)||29R, 6D||219R, 36D||Morgan G. Bulkeley (R)||Frank B. Brandegee (R)|
|1907||Rollin S. Woodruff (R)||Everett J. Lake (R)||Marcus H. Holcomb (R)||Freeman F. Patten (R)||Thomas D. Bradstreet (R)||27R, 8D||189R, 66D|
|1908||William H. Taft and James S. Sherman (R)|
|1909||George L. Lilley (R)||Frank B. Weeks (R)||Matthew H. Rogers (R)||31R, 4D||208R, 47D|
|Frank B. Weeks (R)||vacant|
|1910||John H. Light (R)|
|1911||Simeon E. Baldwin (D)||Dennis A. Blakeslee (R)||Costello Lippitt (R)||21R, 14D||160R, 98D||George P. McLean (R)||4R, 1D|
|1912||Woodrow Wilson and Thomas R. Marshall (D)|
|1913||Lyman T. Tingier (D)||Albert Phillips (D)||Edward S. Roberts (D)||Daniel P. Dunn (D)||21D, 14R||130R, 120D, 6Pg, 2PgR||5D|
|1915||Marcus H. Holcomb (R)||Clifford B. Wilson (R)||Charles D. Burnes (R)||George E. Hinnman (R)||F. S. Chamberlain (R)||Morris C. Webster (R)||30R, 5D||196R, 60D, 1Pg, 1I||5R|
|1916||Charles E. Hughes and Charles W. Fairbanks (R) N|
|1917||Frederick L. Perry (R)||25R, 10D||194R, 64D||4R, 1D|
|1919||Frank E. Healy (R)||G. Harold Gilpatric (R)||24R, 11D||189R, 69D|
|1920||Warren G. Harding and Calvin Coolidge (R)|
|1921||Everett J. Lake (R)||Charles A. Templeton (R)||Donald J. Warner (R)||Harvey P. Bissell (R)||34R, 1D||248R, 13D, 1I||5R|
|1923||Charles A. Templeton (R)||Hiram Bingham III (R)||Francis A. Pallotti (R)||Frederick M. Salmon (R)||27R, 8D||210R, 52D||4R, 1D|
|1924||Anson T. McCook (R)||Calvin Coolidge and Charles G. Dawes (R)|
|1925||Hiram Bingham III (R)||John H. Trumbull (R)||Ernest E. Rogers (R)||33R, 2D||239R, 23D||Hiram Bingham III (R)||5R|
|John H. Trumbull (R)||J. Edwin Brainard (R)|
|1927||Benjamin W. Alling (R)||34R, 1D||238R, 24D|
|1928||Herbert Hoover and Charles Curtis (R)|
|1929||Ernest E. Rogers (R)||William L. Higgins (R)||Samuel R. Spencer (R)||22R, 13D||220R, 42D||Frederic C. Walcott (R)|
|1931||Wilbur Lucius Cross (D)||Samuel R. Spencer (R)||Warren B. Burrows (R)||Roy C. Wilcox (R)||20R, 15D||182R, 85D||3R, 2D|
|1932||Herbert Hoover and Charles Curtis (R) N|
|1933||Roy C. Wilcox (R)||John A. Danaher (R)||J. William Hope (R)||Anson F. Keeler (R)||18D, 17R||195R, 72D||Augustine Lonergan (D)||4R, 2D|
|1935||T. Frank Hayes (D)||C. John Satti (D)||Edward J. Daly (D)||John S. Addis (D)||Charles C. Swartz (D)||17D, 15R, 3S||180R, 85D, 2S||Francis T. Maloney (D)||4D, 2R|
|1936||Franklin Roosevelt and John Nance Garner (D)|
|1937||Charles J. McLaughlin (D)||Thomas Hewes (D)||26D, 9R||167R, 100D||6D|
|1938||Dennis P. O'Connor (D)||Guy B. Holt (D)|
|1939||Raymond E. Baldwin (R)||James L. McConaughy (R)||Sara B. Crawford (R)||Francis A. Pallotti (R)||Joseph E. Talbot (R)||Fred R. Zeller (R)||17D, 16R, 2S||202R, 63D, 2S||John A. Danaher (R)||4R, 2D|
|1940||Franklin Roosevelt and Henry A. Wallace (D)|
|1941||Robert A. Hurley (D)||Odell Shepard (D)||Chase G. Woodhouse (D)||Frank M. Anastasio (D)||John M. Dowe (D)||21D, 14R||185R, 87D||6D|
|1943||Raymond E. Baldwin (R)||William L. Hadden (R)||Frances B. Redick (R)||Carl M. Sharpe (R)||Fred R. Zeller (R)||21R, 15D||202R, 70D||6R|
|1944||Franklin Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman (D)|
|1945||Wilbert Snow (D)||Charles J. Prestia (D)||William L. Hadden (R)||William T. Carroll (D)||John M. Dowe (D)||21D, 15R||196R, 76D||Thomas C. Hart (R)||Brien McMahon (D)||4D, 2R|
|Raymond S. Thatcher (D)|
|1947||James L. McConaughy (R)||James C. Shannon (R)||Frances B. Redick (R)||Joseph A. Adorno (R)||Fred R. Zeller (R)||28R, 8D||227R, 45D||Raymond E. Baldwin (R)||6R|
|James C. Shannon (R)||Robert E. Parsons (R)||Thomas E. Dewey and Earl Warren (R) N|
|1949||Chester Bowles (D)||William T. Carroll (D)||Winifred McDonald (D)||Raymond S. Thatcher (D)||23D, 13R||180R, 92D||3D, 3R|
|1950||William Benton (D)|
|1951||John Davis Lodge (R)||Edward N. Allen (R)||Alice K. Leopold (R)||George C. Conway (R)||Fred R. Zeller (R)||19D, 17R||190R, 87D||William A. Purtell (R)||4R, 2D|
|1952||Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon (R)|
|1953||22R, 14D||221R, 58D||William A. Purtell (R)||Prescott Bush (R)||5R, 1D|
|Charles B. Keats (R)||William L. Beers (R)|
|1955||Abraham A. Ribicoff (D)||Charles W. Jewett (D)||Mildred P. Allen (R)||John J. Bracken (R)||John Ottaviano, Jr. (R)||20D, 16R||184R, 92D, 3I|
|1957||31R, 5D||249R, 30D||6R|
|1959||John Dempsey (D)||Ella T. Grasso (D)||Albert L. Coles (D)||John A. Speziale (D)||Raymond S. Thatcher (D)||29D, 7R||141D, 138R||Thomas J. Dodd (D)||6D|
|1960||John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson (D)|
|1961||Donald J. Irwin (D)||24D, 12R||176R, 118D||4D, 2R|
|John Dempsey (D)||Anthony J. Armentano (D)|
|1963||Samuel J. Tedesco (D)||Harold M. Mulvey (D)||Gerald A. Lamb (D)||23D, 13R||183R, 111D||Abraham Ribicoff (D)||5D, 1R|
|1964||Lyndon B. Johnson and Hubert Humphrey (D)|
|1965||Fred Doocy (D)||6D|
|1966||James J. Casey (D)|
|1967||Attilio R. Frassinelli (D)||Robert K. Killian (D)||Louis Gladstone (D)||25D, 11R||117D, 60R||5D, 1R|
|1968||Hubert Humphrey and Edmund Muskie (D) N|
|1969||24D, 12R||110D, 67R||4D, 2R|
|1970||John A. Iorio (D)||3D, 3R|
|1971||Thomas J. Meskill (R)||T. Clark Hull (R)||Gloria Schaffer (D)||Robert I. Berdon (R)||Nathan G. Agostinelli (R)||19D, 17R||99D, 78R||Lowell Weicker (R)||4D, 2R|
|1972||Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew (R)|
|1973||Peter L. Cashman (R)||Alden A. Ives (R)||23R, 13D||93R, 58D||3D, 3R|
|1975||Ella T. Grasso (D)||Robert K. Killian (D)||Carl R. Ajello (D)||Henry E. Parker (D)||J. Edward Caldwell (D)||29D, 7R||118D, 33R||4D, 2R|
|1976||Gerald Ford and Bob Dole (R) N|
|1977||22D, 14R||93D, 58R|
|Henry S. Cohn (D)|
|1979||William A. O'Neill (D)||Barbara B. Kennelly (D)||26D, 10R||103D, 48R||5D, 1R|
|William A. O'Neill (D)||Joseph J. Fauliso (D)||Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush (R)|
|1981||23D, 13R||83D, 68R||Chris Dodd (D)||4D, 2R|
|Maura L. Melley (D)|
|1983||Julia Tashjian (D)||Joe Lieberman (D)||87D, 64R|
|1985||24R, 12D||85R, 66D||3D, 3R|
|1986||Joan R. Kemler (D)|
|1987||Francisco L. Borges (D)||25D, 11R||92D, 59R|
|1988||George H. W. Bush and Dan Quayle (R)|
|1989||Clarine Nardi Riddle (D)||23D, 13R||88D, 63R||Joe Lieberman (D)|
|1991||Lowell Weicker (C)||Eunice Groark (C)||Pauline Kezer (R)||Richard Blumenthal (D)||Bill Curry (D)||20D, 16R|
|1992||Bill Clinton and Al Gore (D)|
|1993||Joseph M. Suggs, Jr. (D)||19D, 17R||87D, 64R|
|1995||John G. Rowland (R)||Jodi Rell (R)||Miles Rapoport (D)||Christopher Burnham (R)||Nancy Wyman (D)||19R, 17D||91D, 60R|
|1997||19D, 17R||96D, 55R||4D, 2R|
|Paul Silvester (R)|
|1999||Susan Bysiewicz (D)||Denise Nappier (D)|
|2000||Al Gore and Joe Lieberman (D) N|
|2001||21D, 15R||100D, 51R||3D, 3R|
|2003||94D, 57R||3R, 2D|
|2004||John Kerry and John Edwards (D) N|
|Jodi Rell (R)||Kevin Sullivan (D)|
|2005||24D, 12R||99D, 52R|
|2007||Michael Fedele (R)||107D, 44R||Joe Lieberman (ID)||4D, 1R|
|2008||23D, 13R||Barack Obama and Joe Biden (D)|
|2009||24D, 12R||114D, 37R||5D|
|2011||Dannel Malloy (D)||Nancy Wyman (D)||Denise Merrill (D)||George Jepsen (D)||Kevin Lembo (D)||22D, 14R||99D, 52R||Richard Blumenthal (D)|
|2013||98D, 53R||Chris Murphy (D)|
|2015||21D, 15R||87D, 64R|
|2016||Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine (D) N|
|2017||18D, 18R||80D, 71R|
|2019||Ned Lamont (D)||Susan Bysiewicz (D)||William Tong (D)||Shawn Wooden (D)||22D, 14R||91D, 60R|
|2020||[to be determined]|
|Year||Governor||Lieutenant Governor||Secretary of the State||Attorney General||Treasurer||Comptroller||State Senate||State House||U.S. Senator (Class I)||U.S. Senator (Class III)||U.S. House||Electoral College votes|
|Executive offices||General Assembly||United States Congress|
- Governor of the Colony of Connecticut.
- Governor of the Colony of New Haven.
- Deputy Governor of the Colony of Connecticut.
- When the Colony of Connecticut and the Colony of New Haven, merged by Royal Charter in 1662, became one government.
- Was governor of the combined Connecticut Colony in 1662. However, the regime change did not include an election for governor; Winthrop was merely retained in his position. The merger took three years to complete, during which time William Leete remained in New Haven.
- De jure 1683–1698; de facto 1683–1687.
- De facto; as part of the Dominion of New England.
- In 1776; the royal government was discarded for state government without a gubernatorial election.
- Died in office.
- As lieutenant governor, filled unexpired term, and was later elected in their own right.
- Prior to the 12th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, the Vice President was the candidate with the second most electoral votes, thus Thomas Jefferson, the Democratic Republican candidate for President was elected Vice-President.
- In the September elections that year, the results were 162F, 27DR.
- In the September elections that year, the results were 149F, 40DR.
- In the September elections that year, the results were 125F, 66DR.
- In the September elections that year, the results were 130F, 63DR.
- In the September elections that year, the results were 132F, 63DR.
- In the September elections that year, the results were 134F, 61DR.
- In the September elections that year, the results were 136F, 61DR.
- In the September elections that year, the results were 121F, 76DR, and 1 vacancy.
- In the September elections that year, the results were 144F, 54DR, and 1 vacancy.
- In the September elections that year, the results were 134F, 65DR.
- In the September elections that year, the results were a Federalist Majority.
- In the September elections that year, the results were a Federalist Majority.
- In the September elections that year, the results were 139F, 61DR.
- In the September elections that year, the results were 143F, 60DR.
- In the September elections that year, the results were 111F, 90TR.
- In the September elections that year, the results were 128TR, 73F.
- In the September elections that year, the results were 115TR, 86F.
- With the approval of the Constitution of 1818, elections for the House became annual, with the election being held in April with the Senate for one-year terms.
- Resigned to take an elected seat in the United States Senate.
- The National Republicans formed a coalition with the Anti-Masons to elect Roger Huntington, and later William L. Storrs after Huntington resigned, as Speaker.
- Lost election, but was appointed by state legislature.
- A Free Soil Democrat, John C. Lewis, was elected in a coalition between the Democrats and Free Soilers, and the coalition organized the chamber. 
- Resigned to become ambassador to Russia.
- After several rounds of balloting, a rule change was passed that allowed the highest voter-getter to be elected, and Origen S. Seymour, a Democrat, was elected, and the Democrats organized the chamber.
- The Free Soilers joined with the Democrats to elect Samuel Ingham, a Democrat, as Speaker and to organize the chamber.
- As lieutenant governor, filled unexpired term.
- The Know-Nothings came together with Whigs and Free Soilers to form a coalition which ran the House and elected a Know-Nothing Speaker, Austin Baldwin. For statistical purposes, the Whigs and Free Soilers were subsumed under the American Party banner for this session.
- Bulkeley was technically unelected from 1890 on. He did not run for re-election in 1890, but due to such a close contest and controversies, the results were not certified, and the legislature spent two years debating the issue; Bulkeley essentially served as governor by default.
- Due to the tie-breaking vote of the Lt. Governor, the Democrats elected Frederick W. Holden as President Pro Tempore and organized the chamber.
- A Republican, John F. Lynch, was elected as President Pro Tempore.
- A Republican, Charles J. Arrigoni, was elected as President Pro Tempore.
- Resigned to become United States Secretary of Health, Education, and Welfare.
- Resigned for reasons of health on December 31, 1980.
- Elected to United States House of Representatives.
- Resigned effective July 1, 2004.
- In 1997 Governor John Rowland appointed Silvester to fill a vacancy in the treasurer's office.
- As president pro tempore of the state Senate, ascended to office upon resignation of successor in 2004.
- Republican Bob Russo was elected in a special election on March 11, 2008.
- Republican Sam Belsito was elected in a special election on June 11, 2013, after the session.
- A power-sharing agreement was reached dividing control of the chamber, splitting the committees 50-50 and giving power to the Republicans to call procedural votes to bring legislation to the chamber floor, while Lt. Gov. Wyman retains the ability to break tied votes. 
- Republicans picked up a State Senate and State House seat in a series of special elections in Feb. 2019.