Connecticut General Statutes §9-249a is an ambiguous statute and its legislative history, genealogy and public policy all support a construction requiring the party whose candidate for governor polled the highest number of votes on that party's line be given precedence on the ballot in the subsequent general election.
Republican Party of Connecticut v. Merrill
Connecticut Supreme Court
November 12, 2012
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