New Milford had a significantly higher than expected voter turnout and four polling locations ran out of ballots. They had to be photocopied and then counted by hand. Both candidates declined to comment until all of the ballots have been counted.
The leader of Brookfield has changed parties. Democratic challenger Steve Dunn has defeated Republican incumbent Bill Tinsley. Dunn won by about double the amount of votes, compared to Tinsley.
Southbury has also changed hands. Democratic incumbent Ed Edelson lost to Republican Jeff Manville.
In Danbury, mostly incumbents won their seats back. The Town Clerk position however changed from Democrat Joan Bielizna to Republican Jan Giegler.
The Ridgefield Selectman race was too close to call as of midnight with less than two dozen votes separating Democrat Barbara Manners and Republican Andy Bodner. Both are incumbents. Steve Zemo, Maureen Kozlark and Bob Hebert round out the Board, along with First Selectman Rudy Marconi.
Bethel, New Fairfield, Redding and Sherman First Selectmen won reelection.
Kent, Easton, and Newtown leaders were unchallenged for more terms.
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Complete results from several towns can be found here.