NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- Before you head to your polling place Tuesday, take a look at the races in New Canaan and decide how to cast your ballot.
The top race in New Canaan is the battle for selectman between Republican Nick Williams and Democrat Beth Jones.
Election Day is Tuesday in Connecticut, with the polls open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
New Canaan is divided into three voting districts and uses two polling places at New Canaan High School and Saxe Middle School.
Below is a list of races in New Canaan as supplied by the website of Connecticut Secretary of the State Denise Merrill:
First Selectman (Vote for One)
Republican Party candidate Robert E. Mallozzi III
Selectman (Vote for One)
Republican Party candidate Nick Williams
Democratic Party candidate Beth Jones
Town Clerk (Vote for one):
Republican Party candidate Claudia A. Weber
Board of Education (Vote for any vive):
Republican Party candidates Dionna Carlson, Sangeeta Appel and Jennifer Richardson
Democratic Party candidates Penny Rashin and Sheri F. West
Board of Assessment Appeals (Vote for any two):
Republican Party candidates Katherine Kane Markiewicz and Patrick J. McLevey
Democratic Party candidate Wendy D. Fog
Councilmen (Vote for any four):
Republican candidates Penelope L. Young, William W. Walbert, Kevin Moynihan and John Engel
Democratic Party candidates Sven R. Englund, Jeanne F. Rozel and Kathleen A. Corbet
Petitioning candidate Roy A. Abramowitz
Constables (Vote for any four):
Republican Party candidates Austin O. Furst, Van Young, Gregory L. Pepe and John M. Ponterotto
Democratic Party candidates Edward C. Vollmer, Cynthia M. Franco and Arnold M. Karp
Green Party candidates Hector L. Lopez and David Bedell
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