2002 Connecticut gubernatorial election
|Elections in Connecticut|
The Connecticut gubernatorial election of 2002 took place on November 5, 2002. Incumbent Republican Governor John G. Rowland won reelection to a third consecutive term, defeating Democrat Bill Curry. Rowland became the first ever Connecticut Governor to win a third term in office, but did not finish his term, resigning in 2004 due to allegations of corruption.
|Republican||John G. Rowland (incumbent)||573,958||56.1%|