Local coverage: Links to election results around the state

We are rounding up the results of top-of-the-ticket races around the state and linking to local news stories on those races. 

There are at least elections for 32 mayors and 93 first selectmen around the state, but 30 of these elections are a done deal because only one candidate is running.

We’re also compiling results from the secretary of the state’s online election night reporting system, which includes the full slate for each town, but reporting by the towns is optional, so it’s likely that not all towns will report data in a timely manner.

  • Ansonia: David Cassetti, R, Valley Independent
  • Ashford: Michael Zambo, D, The Chronicle
  • Barkhamsted: Donald S. Stein, D, Republican American
  • Berlin: Mark Kaczynski, R, New Britain Herald
  • Bethel: Matthew S. Knickerbocker, D, News Times
  • Bethlehem: Leonard J. Assard *, D & R, Connecticut Mirror
  • Bolton: sandra pierog, D, Journal Inquirer
  • Bozrah: Glenn Pianka, D, The Bulletin
  • Branford: James B. Cosgrove, R, Branford Eagle
  • Bridgewater: Curtis S. Read, D, News Times
  • Bristol: Ellen Zoppo-Sassu, D, Bristol Press
  • Brookfield: Steve Dunn, D, News Times
  • Brooklyn: Rick Ives, D, The Bulletin
  • Canterbury: Chris Lippke, R, The Bulletin
  • Canton: William Canny, R, Hartford Courant
  • Clinton: Christine Goupil, D, New Haven Register
  • Colchester: Arthur P. Shilosky *, D & R, The Bulletin
  • Colebrook: Thomas D. McKeon *, D & R, Republican American
  • Columbia: Steven Everett, R, The Chronicle
  • Cornwall: Gordon M. Ridgway *, D, Republican American
  • Cromwell: Enzo Faienza, R, The Middletown Press
  • Danbury: Mark D. Boughton, R, News Times
  • Darien: Jayme Stevenson, R, Darien Times
  • Deep River: Angus L. McDonald Jr. *, D, Secretary of the state
  • Derby: Richard Dziekan, R, Valley Independent
  • East Granby: James Hayden, D, Secretary of the state
  • East Haddam: Emmett Lyman, R, Secretary of the state
  • East Hartford: Marcia A. Leclerc *, D, Hartford Courant
  • East Haven: Joseph Maturo Jr., R, New Haven Register
  • East Lyme: Mark C. Nickerson, R, Secretary of the state
  • Easton: Adam Dunsby *, R, Easton Courier
  • Ellington: Lori Spielman, R, Journal Inquirer
  • Enfield: Republican control, R, Journal Inquirer
  • Essex: Norman M. Needleman, D, Secretary of the state
  • Franklin: Grant, Charles, D, The Bulletin
  • Glastonbury: Democratic control, D, Hartford Courant
  • Goshen: Robert P. Valentine *, R, Republican American
  • Granby: Scott B. Kuhnly *, R, Granby Patch
  • Greenwich: Peter Tesei, R, Greenwich Time
  • Griswold: Todd Babbitt, D, The Bulletin
  • Groton: Democratic control, D, The Day
  • Guilford: Matt Hoey, D, New Haven Register
  • Haddam: Lizz Milardo, R, The Middletown Press
  • Hamden: Curt Leng, D, New Haven Register
  • Hampton: Alan Cahill, R, The Chronicle
  • Harwinton: Michael R. Criss, R, Republican American
  • Killingworth: Catherine Iino, D, Secretary of the state
  • Lebanon: Betsy Petrie, D, The Bulletin
  • Ledyard: Fred Allyn III *, R, The Day
  • Lisbon: Thomas W. Sparkman *, R, The Bulletin
  • Lyme: Steven Mattson, D, The Day
  • Madison: Tom Banisch *, R, Madison Patch
  • Manchester: Democratic control, D, Journal Inquirer
  • Meriden: Kevin Scarpati, U, Record Journal
  • Middlebury: Edward B. St. John, R, Republican American
  • Middlefield: Ed Bailey *, R, Secretary of the state
  • Milford: Benjamin Blake *, D, Connecticut Post
  • Monroe: Ken Kellogg, R, Monroe Courier
  • Naugatuck: Pete Hess*, D, Citizen’s News
  • New Britain: Erin Stewart, R, New Britain Herald
  • New Canaan: Kevin Moynihan, R, New Canaan Advertiser
  • New Fairfield: Pat Del Monaco, D, News Times
  • New Hartford: Daniel V. Jerram, R, Secretary of the state
  • New Haven: Toni N. Harp, D, New Haven Independent
  • New Milford: Pete Bass, R, News Times
  • Newington: Roy Zartarian, R, New Britain Herald
  • Newtown: Daniel Rosenthal, D, News Times
  • Norfolk: Matthew Riiska, R, Secretary of the state
  • North Canaan: Charles P. Perotti, , Secretary of the state
  • North Haven: Michael Freda, R, New Haven Register
  • North Stonington: Michael A. Urgo, D, The Day
  • Norwalk: Harry Rilling, D, Norwalk Hour
  • Norwich: Peter Nystrom, R, The Bulletin
  • Old Lyme: Bonnie Reemsnyder, D, The Day
  • Old Saybrook: Carl Fortuna, Jr., R, New Haven Register
  • Orange: Jim Zeoli, R, New Haven Register
  • Oxford: George R. Temple, R, Secretary of the state
  • Plainfield: Cathy Tendrich, D, The Bulletin
  • Plymouth: David V. Merchant, R, Republican American
  • Pomfret: Maureen Nicholson, D, The Bulletin
  • Portland: Susan Bransfield, D, The Middletown Press
  • Preston: Robert Congdon *, D & R, The Day
  • Prospect: Robert J. Chatfield *, R, Citizen’s News
  • Putnam: Norman Barney Seney, R, Norwich Bulletin
  • Redding: Julia Pemberton *, D, Daily Voice
  • Rocky Hill: Claudia Baio, D, Hartford Courant
  • Salisbury: Curtis Rand *, D, Republican American
  • Scotland: Daniel D. Syme, D & R, The Chronicle
  • Seymour: Kurt W. Miller *, R, New Haven Register
  • Sharon: Brent M. Culley *, R, Secretary of the state
  • Shelton: Mark Lauretti *, R, Connecticut Post
  • Sherman: Don Lowe, D, News Times
  • Simsbury: Eric Wellman (Recount possible), D, Hartford Courant
  • Somers: Bud Knor, R, Journal Inquirer
  • South Windsor: Democratic control, D, Journal Inquirer
  • Southington: Democratic control, D, Record Journal
  • Southbury: Jeffrey A. Manville *, R, Republican American
  • Sprague: Cathy Osten, D, The Bulletin
  • Stafford: Mary Mitta, R, Journal Inquirer
  • Stamford: David Martin, D, Stamford Advocate
  • Sterling: Russell M. Gray *, R, The Bulletin
  • Stonington: Rob Simmons, R, The Day
  • Stratford: Laura Hoydick, R, Connecticut Post
  • Suffield: Melissa M. Mack *, D, Journal Inquirer
  • Thomaston: Edmond Mone *, R, Republican American
  • Thompson: Ken L. Beausoleil, D, Secretary of the State
  • Tolland: Republican control, R, Journal Inquirer
  • Torrington: Elinor Carbone, R, Republican American
  • Trumbull: Vicki Testoro, D, Trumbull Times
  • Vernon: Dan Champagne, R, Journal Inquirer
  • Voluntown: Tracey Hanson, D, The Bulletin
  • Wallingford: Mayor William Dickinson, R, Record Journal
  • Warren: Craig Nelson *, R, Register Citizen
  • West Haven: Nancy Rossi, D, New Haven Register
  • Westbrook: Noel Bishop, R, New Haven Register
  • Weston: Chris Spaulding, D, Weston Forum
  • Westport: Jim Marpe, R, Connecticut Post
  • Willington: Erika Wiecenski, D, The Chronicle
  • Windham: Funderburk, Victor, D, The Chronicle
  • Windsor: Democratic control, D, Journal Inquirer
  • Windsor Locks: Chris Kervick, D, Journal Inquirer
  • Wolcott: Thomas G. Dunn *, U, Republican American
  • Woodbury: William Butterly Jr., PC, Republican American
  • Woodstock: Mike Alberts, R, The Bulletin
  • About Jake Kara

    Jake is a former managing editor of The Ridgefield Press, a Hersam Acorn newspaper. He worked for the community newspaper chain as a reporter and editor for five years before joining the Mirror staff. He studied professional writing at Western Connecticut State University and is a graduate student in computer science at Harvard Extension School.

    About Jacqueline Rabe Thomas

    Jacqueline won two first prizes from the national Education Writers Association for her work in 2012 – one in beat reporting for her overall education coverage, and the other in investigative reporting on a series of stories revealing questionable monetary and personnel actions taken by the Board of Regents for Higher Education. In 2016, she was a finalist in the EWA competition for single-topic coverage for her reporting on how schools are funded in Connecticut. Before coming to The Mirror, Jacqueline was a reporter, online editor and website developer for The Washington Post Co.’s Maryland newspaper chains. She has also worked for Congressional Quarterly and the Toledo Free Press. Jacqueline received an undergraduate degree in journalism from Bowling Green State University and a master’s in public policy from Trinity College. She and her husband, son and two dogs live in Hartford.

    About Claude Albert

    Claude Albert is the editor of <i>The Connecticut Mirror.</i>

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