REDDING, Conn. — Republicans Adam Dunsby and Will Duff won races to represent Redding in the State House.
Also, Toni Boucher won a fifth term as a Republican in the State Senate with a convincing win over Democrat Carolanne Curry.
Boucher defeated Curry for the second time since 2014, according to unofficial results.
In State House District 135, Dunsby defeated Green Party candidate Bonnie Troy. In State House District 2, Duff defeated Democrat Raghib Allie-Brennan.
Duff and Allie-Brennan and Duff were running to fill the seat vacated by Dan Carter, who did not run for re-election due to his run for U.S. Senate.
In the District 135 race, Dunsby and Troy were competing to fill the seat vacated by Shaban in his run for U.S. House.
Dunsby is the First Selectman of Easton, a position he intends to remain in if he wins.
In the race for Judge of Probate, Republican Daniel O'Grady edged Democrat Sharon Wicks.
For Registrar of Voters, Democrat incumbent Joanne L. Perlman and Republican incumbent Amy Alcott were re-elected.
For the U.S. House, Rep. Jim Himes, a Democrat, defeated a challenge from Republican John Shaban of Redding, who did not run for re-election to the State House due to his Congressional run.
For the U.S. Senate, Sen. Richard Blumenthal, a Democrat, won re-election by topping Republican challenger Dan Carter of Bethel. Carter did not seek re-election to the State House due to his Senate run.