Alumni Elected in Rhode Island, Connecticut, and Kentucky
Seth Magaziner ’10 was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Rhode Island, Ned Lamont ’80 was reelected as governor of Connecticut, and Brett Guthrie ’97 won his eighth term as U.S. representative from Kentucky.
Yale SOM alumni won congressional races in Rhode Island and Kentucky and the governor’s race in Connecticut on November 8, according to tallies from the Associated Press.
Seth Magaziner ’10 was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Rhode Island with 50.3% of the vote. Magaziner, a Democrat who is currently the state’s general treasurer, defeated Republican Allan Fung and independent William Gilbert in the race to succeed retiring Democratic representative Jim Langevin. Also in Rhode Island, Sue AnderBois ’13 was elected to the Providence City Council.
Ned Lamont ’80 was reelected as governor of Connecticut, winning 55.3% of the vote. Lamont, a Democrat who was first elected in 2018, defeated Republican Bob Stefanowski for the second time, as well as independent Robert Hotaling.
Brett Guthrie ’97 was reelected to the U.S. House of Representatives from Kentucky. Guthrie, a Republican, won his eighth term in the seat with 73.2% of the vote, defeating Democrat Hank Linderman.
Read a Yale Insights interview with Ned Lamont.
Listen to a Career Conversations podcast episode featuring Sue AnderBois.