REDDING, Conn. — Democratic incumbent Julia Pemberton beat back a challenge from Republican Eric Witt as she was re-elected as Redding first selectman Tuesday night, according to the Redding Pilot .
She will be joined on the Board of Selectmen by Democrat Leon Karvelis and Republican Michael Thompson, the Pilot said.
Other winners, including many who ran unopposed, are:
Town Clerk: Michelle R. Grande/Democrat and Republican
Town Treasurer: Janice Meehan/Democrat
Board of Finance: Margaret (Peg) O'Donnell/Democrat and Ward Mazzucco/Republican
Board of Education: Gwen Denny/Democrat, Melinda L. Irwin/Democrat and Michael Hoffman/RepublicanBoard of Assessment Appeals: Frederick Miller/Republican
Board of Assessment Appeals to fill vacancy: Margi Esten/Democrat
Planning Commission: Nancy E. King/Democrat and Diane F. Taylor/Republican
Zoning Commission: Paul R. Scholl/Democrat, Gerald Casiello/Republican and Matthew Lecher/Republican
Zoning Board of Appeals: Elizabeth F. Williams/Democrat, Colleen A. Litoff/Republican and R. Bruce Given/Republican
Regional Board of Education: Mike D'Agostino, Democrat and Chris Hocker, RepublicanFor the full story at the Redding Pilot, click here .
Election results are unofficial until certified by the secretary of the state.
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