On November 8, Hartford, Connecticut, held an election for city council. Nine at-large seats were up, and the race is partisan. The law says no party may run more than six nominees. The six Democratic nominees won, and three of the Working Families Party nominees also won. The WFP had run four nominees. Republicans ran three nominees, and there were three independent candidates, but neither the Republicans nor the independents won any seats. See this story. The chart in the article, showing winners, erroneously fails to show a checkmark next to the name of Democratic nominee David McDonald (the newspaper chart intended to show a checkmark next to the name of each winnner).
In 2007 in Hartford, the Working Families Party had elected two council members and the Republicans had elected one. The Working Families council members who were re-elected are Luis Cotto and Larry Deutsch; the new WFP member is Cynthia Jennings. Thanks to Dominik Kot for the link.