It is four o'clock in the morning Central Time as I write this and Real Clear Politics shows that with 87% of the votes counted the results in Connecticut so far are Malloy 50.2%, Foley 48.8%. In a speech which didn't mention gun control, the anti-constitutional criminal Malloy claimed victory, saying "Elections have consequences."
According to the linked story, Foley is ready to surrender but complained that Malloy didn't give him a chance to. The extent to which voter fraud is responsible for this "victory' has not yet been explored, but given Foley's apparent jello spine, it is unlikely to become the stuff of lawsuits.
RCP shows that in CO with 92% of the vote counted, Hickenlooper has 48.0 and Beauprez 47.5.
Dave Workman reports that the billionaire-backed gun control measure won in Washington state. He writes,
But now the test will be whether the new law will be enforced, or whether it will be unenforceable, as many in law enforcement have contended. While Second Amendment activists were disappointed, gun prohibitionists were partying.
Elections do have consequences. But then so do tyrannical police raids. Red Mike "KGB" Lawlor is licking his anti-American lips at the prospects of forcing Connecticut firearm owners to disarm at the point of state police machine guns. There is an old Chinese warning that still applies in situations like this. It is true in Connecticut. It is true in Colorado. And it is true in Washington state. "Be careful what you wish for, you may get it." The ironclad Law of Unintended Consequences has yet to be consulted. Gentlemen, prepare to defend yourselves. The time of the ballot box is now passed. We are moving, if we can believe the people who seek to victimize us, into the time of the cartridge box.
For myself, I can tell you that the smuggling into Connecticut and Colorado will continue. I expect to be in Connecticut by the middle of the month. And, it now looks like Washington state is going to have to be added to the resistance schedule. So many tyrants, so little time.