Update at 10:15 p.m. Nov. 6:
It's another two years for Democrat Rosa DeLauro.
DeLauro, first elected to represent Connecticut's Third District in 1990, was re-elected Tuesday, according to the Associated Press. She defeated Republican Wayne Winsley.
DeLauro significantly outraised Winsley in campaign donations: She raised more than $1 million and he took in $57,000.
The original report follows:
Long-time congresswoman Rosa DeLauro is seeking her 12th term representing the Third District. Republican Wayne Winsley, a motivational speaker and author, hopes to unseat the incumbent.
Compared to some of the more competitive races in the state, the Third District has been fairly quiet, as DeLauro enjoys a big advantage when it comes to campaign funds. The demographics of the region also favor Democrats.
Still, Winsley is hopeful.
“Everyone but the voters thinks this race is decided, but I believe I have a very good chance of winning,” Winsley told the Yale Daily News.