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2018 Election Results

Date: November 7, 2018

 

 

 

 

Statewide Results

 

 

 

 

 

 

Governor & Lieutenant Governor

Party Candidates Votes
Democratic Ned Lamont & Susan Bysiewicz 2,234
Republican Bob Stefanowski & Joe Markley 4,279
Working Families Ned Lamont & Susan Bysiewicz 62
Independent Bob Stefanowski & Joe Markley 191
Libertarian Rodney Hanscomb & Jeffrey Thibeault 35
Amigo Constitution Liberty Mark Stewart & John Demitrus 3
Unafiliated Oz Griebel & Monte Frank 221
Write-In Oz Griebel & Monte Frank 0

 

United States Sentator

Party Candidate Votes
Democratic Chris Murphy 2,883
Republican Matthew Corey 3,666
Working Families Chris Murphy 228
Liberatarian Richard Lion 52
Green Jeff Russell 41
Write-In Fred Linck 0
Write-In Kristi Talmadge 0

 

Representative in Congress 03

Party Candidate Votes
Democratic Rosa DeLauro 3,072
Republican Angel Cadena 3,460
Working Families Rosa DeLauro 317

 

State Senator 21

Party Candidate Votes
Democratic Monica Tujak Brill 483
Republican Kevin Kelly 1,063

 

State Senator 32

Party Candidate Votes
Democratic Catherine DeCarli 2,109
Republican Eric Berthel 3,028

 

State Representative 105

Party Candidate Votes
Democratic Kevin McDuffie 2,191
Republican Nicole Klarides-Ditria 4,573
Independent Nicole Klarides-Ditria 227

 

Secretary of the State

Party Candidate Votes
Democratic Denise Merrill 2,618
Republican Susan Chapman 3,731
Working Families Denise Merrill 142
Independent Susan Chapman 136
Libertarian Heather Lynn Sylvestre Gwynn 50
Green S. Michael DeRosa 73

 

Treasurer

Party Candidate Votes
Democratic Shawn Wooden 2,585
Republican Thad Gray 3,747
Working Families Shawn Wooden 147
Independent Thad Gray 133
Libertarian Jesse Brohinsky 89
Write-In W. Michael Downes 0

 

Comptroller

Party Candidate Votes
Democratic Kevin Lembo 2,214
Republican Kurt Miller 4,242
Working Families Kevin Lembo 138
Independent Kurt Miller 175
Libertarian Paul Passarelli 70
Green Edward Heflin 39

 

Attorney General

Party Candidate Votes
Democratic William Tong 2,351
Republican Sue Hatfield 4,089
Working Families William Tong 106
Independent Sue Hatfield 181
Green Peter Goselin 75

 

Judge of Probate 41

Party Candidate Votes
Democratic Clifford Hoyle 3,997

 

Registrar of Voters

Party Candidate Votes
Democratic Thomas Lapaglia 2,699
Republican Elise Wood 3,784

 

State Constitutional Amendment Questions

1)  Shall the Constitution of the State be amended to ensure (1) That all moneys contained in the Special Transportation Fund be used solely for transportation purposes, including the payment of debts of the State incurred for transportation purposes, and (2) That sources of funds deposited in the Special Transportation Fund be deposited in said fund so long as such sources are authorized by statute to be collected or received by the State?

5,571 Yes - 740 No

2)  Shall the Constitution of the State be amended to require (1) A public hearing and the enactment of legislation limited in subject matter to the transfer, sale or disposition of State-owned or State-controlled real property or interests in real property in order for the general assembly to require a State agency, and (2) If such property is under the custody or control of the Department of Agricaulture or the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection, that such enactment of legislation be passed by a two-thirds vote of the total membership of each house of the General Assembly?

5,031 Yes - 1,118 No

 

Charter Resion Results

1)  Shall the Town Charter be amended to change the following:  (1) Specify the method of appointment of Deputy Registrar of Voters, (2) Reduce the size of the Board of Library Directors from seven to five, (3) Limit the number of members for all appointed boards to five members, (4) Provide for the legal notices to be posted on the Town website, (5) Elimination of the positions of Captain and Lieutenant in the Police Department, and (6) Increase the amount of special appropriation requiring a Town meeting to $100,000?

3,279 YES - 2,921 NO

2)  Shall the Town Charter be amended to replace the elected Board of Planning & Zoning with an appointed Planning & Zoning Commission?

2,296 YES - 4,067 NO

3)  Shall the Town Charter be amended to increase the term of the First Selectman from two to four years and to set term limits for the First Selectman?

3,148 YES - 3,330 NO

4) Shall the Town Charter be amended to change the budget process, including the elimination of the Annual Town Meeting so that the budget will go directly to referendum?

1,989 YES - 4,392 NO

5)  Shall the Town Charter be amended to combine the Town and Board of Education vote at the referendum?

3,153 YES - 3,169 NO

6)  Shall the Town Charter be amended to correct grammar, spelling, terminology, statutory references, outdated provisions of the Town Charter, renumber sections, and make other and technical changes as recommended by the Charter Revision Commission?

5,270 YES - 1,095 NO

7)  Shall the Board of Selectmen undertake a study regarding the establishment of a Town Manager form of government?

3,030 YES - 3,275 NO

8)  Shall the Town Charter be amended to set term limits for all elected boards?

5,279 YES - 1,160 NO

 

Absentee Ballots

  • 274 absentee
  • 7 overseas
  • 0 rejected
  • 0 provisional ballots
  • 101 Election Day registrations

 

Totals

  • 11,060 registered
  • 7,244 voted
  • 65.5%