The 1832 Connecticut gubernatorial election was held on April 13, 1832. Incumbent governor and National Republican nominee John S. Peters was re-elected, defeating former senator and Democratic nominee Calvin Willey with 71.44% of the vote.
The Anti-Masonic Party in Connecticut was opposed to the platform of the National Republicans, and combined its forces with the Democrats in this race, supporting a ticket of Willey for governor and John M. Holley of Salisbury for lieutenant governor. Willey had previously been affiliated with the Anti-Jacksonians during his term in the United States Senate.
Major party candidates
- John S. Peters, National Republican
- Calvin Willey, Democratic & Anti-Masonic
|National Republican||John S. Peters (incumbent)||11,971||71.44%|
|National Republican hold||Swing|
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