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Polls open at 6am tomorrow for municipal elections

Election Day is tomorrow.  In Danbury, eight-term incumbent Republican Mayor Mark Boughton is being challenged by Democrat Al Almeida.  Members of the City Council, Treasurer, Town Clerk, Board of Education, Zoning Commission and Constables are also on the ballot.

 

Click here for Danbury’s sample ballots.

 

Bethel incumbent Democratic First Selectman Matt Knickerbocker is being challenged by Republican-endorsed candidate Cynthia McCorkindale as he seeks a fifth term.

 

Click here for Bethel’s sample ballot.

 

In Brookfield, Democratic incumbent First Selectman Steve Dunn is seeking a second term as Republican Harry Shaker looks to unseat him.

 

Click here for Brookfield’s sample ballot.

 

New Fairfield Republican First Selectman Susan Chapman is seeking a third term, and facing a challenge from Wetlands Commission chair Pat Del Monaco.

 

Click here for New Fairfield’s sample ballot.

 

Republican New Milford Town Councilman Pete Bass is looking to unseat first term Democratic Mayor David Gronbach as he seeks reelection to another two-years in office.

 

Click here for New Milford’s sample ballot.

 

There is a three-way race for First Selectman in Newtown, where the incumbent has opted not to seek reelection.  Residents will be deciding between Democrat Dan Rosenthal, Republican Will Rodgers and petitioning candidate Andy Clure.

 

Click here for Newtown’s sample ballot.

 

Redding Democratic First Selectman Julia Pemberton has been cross endorsed by the Republican party for reelection.  The incumbent Town Clerk, Treasurer and Tax Collector have also all been cross-endorsed.  Residents will have to decide on Selectman, Boards of Finance, Education and Assessment Appeals and Planning and Zoning Commissions members.  Zoning Board of Appeals and Constables are also on the ballot.

 

Click here for Redding’s sample ballot.

 

Ridgefield residents will be electing members to the Boards of Finance, Education and Assessment Appeals, the Planning and Zoning Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals and Police Commissioners.  First Selectman in Ridgefield is a four year term and not on the ballot during this municipal election.

 

Click here for Ridgefield’s sample ballot.

 

It’s a rematch in Sherman of the 2015 race for First Selectman.  Republican incumbent Clay Cope is looking for a fourth term.  Democratic Selectman Don Lowe lost to Cope in 2015 by about 80 votes.  He is again seeking the town’s top spot.

 

Click here for Sherman’s sample ballot.

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