Precincts Reporting: 76.87%
# votes %
Lieberman (101,818) 48.24
Lamont (109,239) 51.76
UPDATE: Lamont wins! But Liberman to run as an independent (where he will, one imagines, win).
With close to 300,000 people voting in this primary, I think this only further illustrates how the Primary system is a kazillion times better than the way Canadian parties pick candidates and leaders. Notice how this race wasn't about which candidate could mobilize certain ethnic communities, or get access to forms, or take over a riding association, or get a favourable nomination date from the party. It was about who those who called themselves Democrats in Connecticut wanted to represent them.