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Incumbents win, no surprises in local Darien races.

State Rep. Terrie Wood, in accepting her win at the town’s GOP headquarters on the Post Road, said it was “great to have an opponent” this year. Wood has run unopposed for her last two terms. She said her opponent, Democrat Rob Werner, was a fair opponent who stuck to the issues and didn’t get sidetracked. Wood won Darien 5,601 to Werner’s 1,966.

The 141st District also includes Rowayton and the numbers posted do not include absentee ballots.
Though he won Darien, The Hour is reporting GOP challenger Jack Chiaramonte lost to incumbent State Senator Bob Duff by 13,266 votes to Chiaramonte’s 7,602.
In the first challenged Board of Ed race in many years, incumbent Republicans Betsy Hagerty-Ross, board chairman, and Sarah Schneider-Zuro, took in 4,861 and 5,581 votes respectively, were top Board of Ed vote getters.
Democrat Katie Stein also earned the last vacant seat on the board, with 3,960 votes. Democrat Patty McCormick earned 2,832 votes.
Hagerty-Ross thanked the town and Republican Town Committee for support in the new experience of a challenged Board of Ed race. Schneider-Zuro said she was grateful she earned her seat again because “we really believe in our school district and believe the cause of education is worth of our time.”
Here is a complete list of Darien results, pending absentee ballot counts:
State Rep. Terrie Wood, in accepting her win at the town’s GOP headquarters on the Post Road, said it was “great to have an opponent” this year. Wood has run unopposed for her last two terms. She said her opponent, Democrat Rob Werner, was a fair opponent who stuck to the issues and didn’t get sidetracked. Wood won Darien 5,601 to Werner’s 1,966.

The 141st District also includes Rowayton and the numbers posted do not include absentee ballots.

Though he won Darien, The Hour is reporting GOP challenger Jack Chiaramonte lost to incumbent State Senator Bob Duff by 13,266 votes to Chiaramonte’s 7,602.

In the first challenged Board of Ed race in many years, incumbent Republicans Betsy Hagerty-Ross, board chairman, and Sarah Schneider-Zuro, took in 5,581  and 4,861 votes respectively, were top Board of Ed vote getters.

Democrat Katie Stein also earned the last vacant seat on the board, with 3,960 votes. Democrat Patty McCormick earned 2,832 votes.

Hagerty-Ross thanked the town and Republican Town Committee for support in the new experience of a challenged Board of Ed race. Schneider-Zuro said she was grateful she earned her seat again because “we really believe in our school district and believe the cause of education is worth of our time.”

 

Here is a complete list of Darien results, pending absentee ballot counts:

Presidential:

Romney/Ryan: 6220

Obama/Biden: 3182

Anderson/Rodriguez (Independent): 11

Johnson/Gray (Libertarian): 55

Write- Ins (unnamed): 12

US Senate:

McMahon (R): 5781

McMahon (I): 128

McMahon (Unknown): 29

Murphy (D): 3103

Murphy (Working families): 55

Murphy (unknown): 59

Passarelli (Lib.): 108

US Represenative:

Obsitnik (R): 5500

Himes (D): 3444

Himes (Working family): 133

State Sen D-25th district:

 Chiaramonte (R): 3456

Chiaramonte (I): 70

Chiaramonte (unknown): 2

Duff (D): 2566

State Senate D-27th district:

Michelson (R): 1898

Michelson (I): 42

Michelson (unknown): 3

Leone (D): 835

Sala (Indep): 27

State Representative 141st district:

Wood (R): 5601

Werner (D): 1966

State Representative 147th district:

Tarzia: 930

Tong: 519

Registrar of voters:

John J. Visi (R): 5508

Kathy Hammell (D): 3019

Board of Education:

Zuro (R) 4861

Ross (R) 5581

Stein (D) 3960

McCormick (D) 2832

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