Councilman-elect Michael Putrino (D) received the most votes in Tuesday's election, coming in with an unofficial total of 3,161 votes. Although his numbers were consistently strong across all districts, District 8 gave Putrino the most votes (435), while District 9 gave him the fewest (263).
Democrtatic incumbent Austin Ashley came in with an unofficial count of 2,956. District 8 gave Ashley the most votes (394) while District 9 handed him (259).
Republican incumbent Howard Berner lost his seat with an unofficial total of 2,583 votes. District 8 cast the most votes (373) while the fewest came from District 7 (117).
Republican candidate Peter Rebsch has an unofficial total of 2,584. District 8 came out in strong support of Rebsch (379) while District 7 only delivered (107).
Because of the power outages associated with Hurricane Sandy, polling districts were combined. Districts 1 through 7 voted at Berkley School while Districts 8 and 9 voted at the New Milford Library.
For a complete listing of votes by district, including the Board of Education, click on the pdf file to your right.
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