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Seven-term Republican Mayor Mark Boughton will be serving an eight term in office, he is running unopposed.  Treasurer Dan Jowdy is also running unopposed.  There is a contested race for Town Clerk.  40 people are vying for 21 spots on the City Council.

 

In Bethel, the November municipal election features a rematch of the 2013 First Selectman race.  Democratic incumbent Matt Knickerbocker was first elected in 2009.  Will Duff won the Republican primary to challenge him Tuesday.

 

Brookfield Republican First Selectman Bill Tinsley is looking for a second term in office.  Democrats nominated Steve Dunn to challenge him.  There were some heated exchanges between the pair during a debate at the end of October.

 

Easton Republican First Selectman Adam Dunsby is running unopposed.

 

Kent Democratic First Selectman Bruce Adams is running unopposed.

 

Three-term incumbent Republican First Selectman Pat Llodra is running unopposed for another term leading Newtown.

 

New Fairfield First Selectman Susan Chapman, a Republican, is seeking reelection to a second term.  Democrat Theda Lambert, a political newcomer and an attorney by trade, is challenging her.

 

A political newcomer is looking to unseat the six-term incumbent Mayor in New Milford.  Republican Pat Murphy is seeking a seventh term in office.  Democrat David Gronbach, an attorney, is challenging her.  There is also an officially registered write in candidate for Mayor.  Votes written on the ballot for Chief Iron Wolf, formerly Wilfred Megin, will be counted.

 

The candidates for Redding First Selectman have voiced their opinions in two different debates heading into the November election.  Democratic incumbent Julia Pemberton is seeking a second term.  Republican Eric Witt was nominated as the party's challenger.

 

Ridgefield Democratic First Selectman Rudy Marconi is running unopposed.

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