On the state level it was Clinton and Trump. In Milford it was Sanders and Trump.

Unofficial presidential primary results for Milford had Bernie Sanders taking the most votes for the Democrats, and Donald Trump securing the most votes among the Republicans.

At the state level as of 6:30 a.m. Wednesday, with some counts still pending from 76 towns around the state, Trump and Clinton led in the unofficial tallies posted by Secretary of the State Denise Merrill.

Trump was easily winning Connecticut's Republican primary with more than 58% of the vote, the only GOP hopeful to surpass 100,000 votes (109,081). Kasich was a distant second with slightly more than 28% of the vote, while Cruz was the choice of 11.67% of the Connecticut Republicans who voted Tuesday. The Secretary of the State reported turnout at nearly 49% of registered Republicans in Connecticut.

Clinton carried 51% of the Democrats who voted, compared to 47% for Sanders. Democratic turnout was 46%.

Following are the unofficial presidential primary results for Milford:

Democrats

Roque “Rocky” LaFuente: 11

Hillary Clinton: 2,186

Bernie Sanders: 2,239

Uncommitted: 79

Republicans

Ted Cruz: 413

Ben Carson: 24

Donald Trump: 2,341

John Kasich: 791

Uncommitted: 46