U.S. Rep. Jim Himes has been re-elected to a fourth term in the House representing the southwest corner of Connecticut.
The Democrat on Tuesday defeated Republican candidate Harry Arora, an investment manager who grew up in India and became a U.S. citizen after coming to the states for graduate school. The 52-year-old Himes is a former Goldman Sachs & Co. banker from Greenwich. He has touted his efforts to create financial regulatory reform, help improve the economy and support more funding to improve roads, bridges and rail lines. Like other members of Connecticut's all-Democrat congressional delegation, Himes also has been an outspoken critic of many of President Donald Trump's policies.