The Connecticut gubernatorial election of 1994 included Republican
John G. Rowland winning the open seat following the retirement of
A Connecticut Party Governor
Lowell Weicker. The election was a four-way race between A Connecticut Party Lieutenant Governor
Eunice Groark, Republican U.S. Congressman John G. Rowland, Democrat state comptroller
Bill Curry, and independent conservative talk show host
Tom Scott. Rowland won the election with just 36% of the vote.