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Election 2020 Greater Danbury area state House races

Sample ballots for each town can be found on the Secretary of the State's website:

Two men with experience representing the 2nd state House district are vying to hold the position for the next two years.  Incumbent Democratic Representative Raghib Allie-Brennan is being challenged by Republican former Representative Dan Carter. 

A political newcomer is looking to unseat a two term incumbent in New Milford.  The 67th House seat is currently held by Republican Bill Buckbee.  Democrat Hilary Ram is a substitute teacher. 

In a 2018 rematch, Newtown residents will see familiar names on the ballot when they cast a vote for the 106th House district.  Republican incumbent Representative Mitch Bolinsky is again being challenged by Democrat Rebekah Harriman-Stites. 

The candidates looking to represent Brookfield, the Stony Hill section of Bethel and a portion of Danbury have debated the issues.  107th state House district incumbent Republican Steve Harding and Democratic challenger Kerri Columbo appeared in person for the livestreamed debate. 

There's an open state House seat in the 108th district of New Fairfield and parts of New Milford, Danbury and Sherman.  Republican Patrick Callahan and Democrat Dannette Onofrio are both vying for the position to succeed Richard Smith.

Danbury Republican Michael Henry is challenging Democratic incumbent David Arconti in the 109th House District. 

The 110th state House race is a repeat of the 2018 contest.  Longtime Democratic incumbent Bob Godfrey is being challenged again by Republican Erin Domenech. 

There is just one race in the Greater Danbury area where the incumbent does not face a challenger.  Republican House member JP Sredzinski represents the 112th district, which includes Monroe and part of Newtown. 

A familiar name is looking to unseat a freshman state lawmaker representing Easton, Redding and Weston.  Democratic incumbent Anne Hughes is being challenged by Republican John Shaban, who held the 135th House seat through 2017, but opted not to run for a 4th term as he ran for Congress. 

Two men are vying to represent the 138th state House district, which includes parts of Danbury, New Fairfield and Ridgefield.  Incumbent Democrat Ken Gucker is being challenged by Republican City Councilman Emile Buzaid. 

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Jim Bohannon

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