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Norwalk registrar updates totals, confirms recount in D

Norwalk Democrats took nearly all elected positions Tuesday.

Correction, 1 p.m.: Registrar’s office had error in Third Taxing District.

NORWALK, Conn. — Updated results released by the Norwalk Registrar’s Office on Wednesday afternoon change the voting tallies just a bit.

Republican Council incumbent Doug Hempstead is now ahead of Democratic newcomer William Pappa by 15 votes, instead of the six votes reported a 1 a.m. Wednesday.

The pair are battling for a Council seat, as Hempstead is second in the race.

There will be a recount Monday, Democratic Registrar Stuart Wells said, explaining that a recount is mandated if the candidates are less than .5 percent apart, or less than 20 votes apart.

Wells said the adjusted vote tally is because of discrepancies with people who are cross endorsed. Some voters mark a candidate twice, on a Democratic line and the Working Families Party line, he said.

Wells said he missed a step required by the computer program that counted votes. He was certain he’d done it but came in Wednesday morning to realize it hadn’t taken.

Absentee ballots are included in the counts, he said.

The new results:

 

 

Mayor’s race

  • Harry Rilling, D 7,934 (55.4 percent) elected
  • Lisa Brinton Thomson, U 3,265 (22.8 percent)
  • Andy Conroy, R 2,201 (15.3 percent)
  • Bruce Morris, D 913 (6.3 percent)

 

City Treasurer

  • Joe Tamburri, D 7,805 (elected)
  • Jerry Petrini, R 5,082

 

City Sheriff

  • Robert Burgess, D 7,892 (elected)
  • James Anderson, R 4,813

 

Town Clerk

  • Rick McQuaid, R 12,817 (elected)

 

Council at large

  • Barbara Smyth, D 7,930 (elected)
  • Greg Burnett, D 7,560 (elected)
  • Doug Stern, D 7,337 (elected)
  • Nick Sacchinelli, D 7,298 (elected)
  • Michael Corsello, D 7,020 (elected)
  • Rich Bonenfant, R 5,258
  • Mark Suda, R 5,199
  • Bill Dunne, R 4,058
  • Peter Halladay, R 3,990
  • Enrique Santiago, R 3,849
  • Diane Lauricella, petitioning candidate 1,371
  • Sharon Stewart, WFP 1,130

 

Council District A

  • Eloisa Melendez, D 1,488 (elected)
  • Christopher Yerinides, D 1,441 (elected)
  • Ellen Wink, R 634
  • Fred Fusci, R 550
  • Steve Serasis, petitioning candidate 136

Council District B

  • Travis Simms, D 917 (elected)
  • Faye Bowman, D 806 (elected)
  • Hector Correa, R 365
  • Manny Langella, R 349

 

Council District C

  • John Kydes, D 1,804 (elected)
  • Beth Siegelbaum, D 1,469 (elected)
  • Artie Kassimis, R 1,207
  • Vincenzo Capozzoli, R 1,064

 

Council District D

  • George Tsiranides, D 1,804 (elected)
  • Doug Hempstead, R 1,709 (elected, subject to recount)
  • William Pappa, D 1,694
  • Shannon O’Toole Giandurco, R 1,532

 

Council District E

  • Tom Livington, D 2,169 (elected)
  • John Igneri, D 2,126 (elected)
  • Ernie DesRochers, R 1,107
  • Josh Jewett, R 1,063

 

Board of Education

  • Heidi Keyes, D 8,398 (elected)
  • Barbara Meyer-Mitchell, D 7,898 (elected)
  • Sarah LeMieux, D 7,326 (elected)
  • Bruce Kimmel, D 7,124 (elected)
  • Mark D’Amelio, R 4,577
  • Thomas Donaher, R 4,231
  • Thomas Cullen, R 3,993
  • Shirley Mosby, WFP 2,010

 

Selectmen

  • Andy Garfunkel, D 7,966 (elected)
  • Samuel Pride, D 6,648 (elected)
  • Jeffery Konspore, R 4,589 (elected)
  • Kathryn Martino, R 4,438

 

Constables

  • Ernie Dumas, D 7,021 (elected)
  • Johnnie Mae Weldon, D 6,439 (elected)
  • Jalin Sead, D 6,233 (elected)
  • A. Samuel Disraelly, D 6,158 (elected)
  • Fred Bondi, R 5,205 (elected)
  • John Romano, R 4,900 (elected)
  • Frank Mauro, R 4,833 (elected)
  • James Feigenbaum, R 4,212

 

First Taxing District Commissioner

  • Tom Cullen, R 656 (elected)

 

First Taxing District Treasurer

  • Elsa Peterson Obuchowski, D 911 (elected)
  • Robert Mercurio, R 355

Second Taxing District Commissionner

  • David Westmoreland, D 670 (elected)
  • Mary Geake, D 662 (elected)
  • Maria Borges-Lopez, R 215 (elected)

 

Second Taxing District Treasurer

  • Darlene Young, D 803 (elected)

 

Third Taxing District Commissioner

  • Pam Parkington, D 760 (elected)
  • Charlie Yost, R  519

 

Third Taxing District Treasurer

  • Johnnie Mae Weldon, D 760 (elected)
  • Vincenzo Capozzoli, R 527

 

Sixth Taxing District Commissioner

  • Mike Barbis, D 792 (elected)

 

Sixth Taxing District Treasurer

  • James Hendrickson, R 639 (elected)

 

One comment

Stuart Wells November 9, 2017 at 9:00 am

3RD TD TREASURER – Correction
JOHNNIE MAE WELDON 760 ELECTED!
VINCENZO CAPOZZOLI 527

Error in spreadsheet formula. Sorry for the confusion

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