WILTON, Conn. -- Before you head to your polling place, take a look at the races in Wilton and decide how to cast your ballot.
The top of the ballot in Wilton is for selectmen between Republican Jim Saxe and Democrat Richard Dubow. Residents can vote for two candidates in that category, so both will be elected to the Board of Selectmen.
Election Day is Tuesday in Connecticut, with the polls open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.
You can check for your voter information here by clicking on the "Registered To Vote? Check Now" box on the right side of the home page. You can find your polling place by checking this page on the town website or by calling Town Hall.
Below is a list of races in Wilton as supplied by the website of Connecticut Secretary of the State Denise Merrill:
Selectmen (Vote for Two):
- Republican Party candidate Jim Saxe
- Democratic Party candidate Richard Dubow
Board of Finance (Vote for Three):
- Republican Party candidates Warren Serenbetz and Jeffrey Rutishauser
- Democratic Party candidate Richard Creeth
Board of Education (Vote for Two):
- Republican Party candidates Bruce Likly and Glenn Hemmerle
- Democratic Party candidate Chris C. Stroup
Board of Assessment Appeals (Vote for One):
- Republican Party candidate Frank Oliveri
Planning and Zoning Commission (Vote for Five):
- Republican Party candidates Peter Shiue, Joe Fiteni, Sally Poundstone and Marilyn Gould
- Democratic Party candidates Frank Wong, Doris Knapp and Bas Nabulsi
Zoning Board of Appeals (Vote for Two):
- Republican Party candidate Tim Meyer
- Democratic Party candidate Brian Lilly
Zoning Board of Appeals - Two Year Vacancy (Vote for One):
- Republican Party candidate Al Nickel
Zoning Board of Appeals- Alternates (Vote for Two):
- Republican Party candidate L. Michael Rudolph
- Democratic Party candidate R.P. Andrew McNee
Constables (Vote for Three):
- Republican Party candidates Christopher Dubrowski, Christopher Gardner and Richard Ziegler
- Democratic Party candidates Deborah McFadden and Bo Mitchell
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