(WTNH) – This year, Connecticut has a gubernatorial election, which will be a rematch of 2018. Bob Stefanowski is taking on the incumbent, Ned Lamont.
History says it’s hard to defeat an incumbent governor in Connecticut. In fact, the last time a sitting governor was voted out of office was in 1954, almost 70 years ago.
Governor John Lodge was one of the most fascinating to ever hold the office.
Watch the video above to learn more about his time as governor.