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Unofficial results released for Redding, Newtown municipal primaries

Redding and Newtown have released unofficial results for yesterday's primaries. 

 

In Redding, Ed Miller beat Mark Lewis in the Democratic Primary for Redding Board of Finance.  Miller earned 256 votes, Lewis garnered 243.  Laura Hoeing and John Reilly won the Republican primary for Redding Board of Education.  Hoeing received 262 votes, Reilly 216, while Chris Parkin finished with 167.  Registered Republicans had to vote for two of the three candidates.

 

In Newtown, the GOP-endorsed candidates won the primaries. 

 

Selectman Will Rodgers won over Legislative Council Chair Mary Ann Jacob to be the Republican First Selectman candidate 636 to 464.  Former council Chairman Jeff Capeci topped current Councilman Neil Chaudhary 568 to 441 to run as the GOP candidate for Selectman.  Republican incumbent Town Clerk Debbie Halstead will be on the municipal ballot in that position in November garnering 591 votes compared to Ann LoBosco's 476.