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Darien announces unofficial results

Darien News-Review
Published 1:22 pm, Wednesday, November 3, 2010

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  • William Green concentrates as he fills out the voting ballot at Town Hall Tuesday afternoon. Photo: File Photo / Darien News
    William Green concentrates as he fills out the voting ballot at Town Hall Tuesday afternoon. Photo: File Photo

 

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Darien voters came out in droves on Election Day, with Republicans trouncing the Democrats nearly 2-1.

Republican gubernatorial candidate Tom Foley received 5,223 votes, while Democratic challenger Dan Malloy received 2,203. Malloy received an additional 70 votes from the Working Families Party, while Independent Thomas Marsh received 40.

In the U.S. Senate race, Republican Linda McMahon received 4,995 votes over Democrat Richard Blumenthal's 2,401 votes. Blumenthal received 71 votes as a Working Family candidate, while John Mertens, Connecticut for Lieberman, received 28 and Warren Mosler, Independent, received 48.

Republican opponent Dan Debicella received more than double the votes than freshman Democratic Sen. Jim Himes, who received 2,429 votes and an additional 63 from the Working Families Party.

STATE SENATE - 25TH DISTRICT

Incumbent Bob Duff (D) 2,155

Artie Kassimis (R) 3,181

STATE SENATE - 27TH DISTRICT

Incumbent Andrew McDonald (D) 838

Bob Kolenberg (R) 1,824

STATE REPRESENTATIVE

Terrie Wood (R) 6,522

SECRETARY OF STATE

Jerry Farrell (R) 5,437

Denise Merrill (D) 2,051

Michael DeRosa (G) 59

Michael Telesca (I) 72

Ken Mosher (L) 75

Denise Merrill (WF) 47

TREASURER

Jeff Wright (R) 5,522

Denise Nappier (D) 2,017

David Bue (G) 39

Andrew White (I) 86

Denise Nappier (WF) 51

COMPTROLLER

Jack Orchulli (R) 5,541

Kevin Lembo (D) 1,827

Colin Bennett (G) 55

Hugh Dolan (I) 70

Joshua Katz (L) 66

Kevin Lembo (WF) 42

ATTORNEY GENERAL

Martha Dean (R) 5,270

George Jepsen (D) 2,404

Stephen Fournier (G) 66

Stephen Fournier (I) 66

George Jepsen (WF) 60

JUDGE OF PROBATE

Mike Murray (R- Petitioning) 6,214

Chris McLancy (R-Petitioning) 592

REGISTRARS OF VOTERS

Donald Smith (R) 5,186

Thomas Dunn (D) 2,293