OK, it's starting to look grim for everyone involved. We still don't have a consensus on who won the governor's seat, and overnight the Associated Press has withdrawn their position that Dan Malloy was the winner.
Tom Foley is refusing to concede, there are legions of lawyers standing by to file their objections, and for some reason we can't get accurate numbers on the total vote.
This is starting to look like Florida after the 2000 election. What's gonna happen next? Are we going to witness a "Brooks Brothers riot"?
Sec. of State Susan Bysiewicz stated that Dan Malloy had a 3,103 vote lead with just 1.5% of precincts unreported at her press conference yesterday, but the AP is now saying that Tom Foley is ahead by 8,424 votes. What is the cause of this difference, and why is it taking so long to get accurate numbers? Or at least, if there are specific precincts that still are uncounted, which ones are they, and how many votes do they represent?
Meanwhile, both candidates announced they're putting together transition teams, as detailed in CT News Junkie. I'm sure there will be more news later today.
UPDATE: Daniel Nicholson over at Campaign Diaries has a clear explanation of the discrepancies, especially when looking at the New Haven numbers, which the AP have gotten totally wrong. Susan Bysiewicz may be closer to the actual number as this thing progresses.