Tuesday was primary election night across Connecticut and locally, a pair of Democrats got their party's nomination for mayor. In Stamford, in a very close race, with David Martin edging out William Tong by just 197 votes -- that's out of over 6,000 ballots cast on Tuesday. You may remember Martin from his campaign for mayor in 2009, in which he lost to current mayor Michael Pavia
In Norwalk, the vote was not nearly as close. Former police chief Harry Rilling garnered over half of the 3,300 votes cast, running away from his three challengers and earning the right to face his old boss, Mayor Richard Moccia, in November's general election.
And in non-political news this week, Wednesday marked the twelfth anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks in New York. Connecticut held its yearly memorial in Westport; neighboring towns held their own remembrances.