With six out of seven voting districts reporting, Republican incumbent Keith Cipperly has won another two year term as supervisor, beating Democratic newcomer Laura Reynolds by a mere 63 votes.
Two open seats on the Town Council were won by Republicans Ronald Sears and Lani Rafferty, who received 760 and 733 votes respectively.
Two two year term seats for Town Justice were secured by Democratic incumbent G. Lawrence Kronau and Republican incumbent Robert Schmidt, who received 3,432 and 2,312 out of 7,167 votes respectively.
Richard Whalen ran unopposed for another two year term as Town Justice with endorsements from Democratic, Republican, Conservative and Independence parties.
Incumbent Justice Paul MacNaughton, a Democrat, won another two year term, while Republican newcomer Matthew Demars, boasting endorsements from the Conservative and Independence party lines, secured his first two year term on the Town Council. Verna Hansen, the Republican Incumbent Town Council member, won another two year term.
Republican candidate Edwin King won a two year term as Town Supervisor. Incumbent Town Clerk Michelle Hoag secured another two year term in that post. Both candidates likewise had endorsements from the Conservative and Independence tickets.
With six out of seven voting districts reporting, the uncontested race for Town Supervisor, a four year term, was secured by Republican incumbent Jean Carlson. Republican incumbent Janet Salisbury won another two year term as Town Clerk running unopposed as did Republican incumbent Shawn Hayes as Superintendent of Highways.
The race for a two year term for Receiver of Taxes was won by Republican newcomer Sandra Doyle, who received 872 votes in comparison to Democratic newcomer Marcelle D. Gadreault, who received 358 votes. .
In uncontested races, Republican incumbent Barbara Bittig secured another two year term as Town Clerk and Republican incumbent Jill Quell secured another two year term as Receiver of Taxes.
The heated race for Town Supervisor was won by Republican incumbent Philip Herrington with 2,639 votes, over Democratic newcomer Charles Haynes' 1,228 votes. Herrington will serve another four year term.
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A contested race, for two seats on Town Council, carrying two year terms each, were won by Republican incumbents John Rustin, who received 1,317 votes, and David Akin, who received 1,007 votes.
In unopposed races, Republican incumbent Linda Kennedy won another four year term as Town Clerk, Republican incumbent Kevin Engel won another two year term as Justice
by Republican incumbents Daniel Casale, with 2,549 votes and James I Sullivan, with 2,339 votes.
Republican incumbent Frederick McCagg ran unopposed for another two year term as Superintendent of Highways.
Two seats carrying two year terms each on the Town Council were secured by Democratic incumbent Philip Malone, Democratic incumbent Sue Mangold, Republican newcomer Daniel Fiacco and Republican newcomer Edward Gilbert.
In Berlin's other unopposed races, incumbent Pamela DeShane won a two year terms as Receiver of Taxes with endorsements from Democratic, Republican, Conservative and Independence parties, as did James Winn, the Incumbent Superintendent of Highways, and incumbent Assessor Walter Yerton.
The race for a two year term of Receiver of Taxes was won by Democratic newcomer Erica Wasielewski Republican incumbent Terry Jones.
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Smith, receiving 2,280 of 3,485 votes. Spain will serve a two year term.
In the contested race for Town Clerk, carrying a four year term, which pitted Democrat Donna Ortgies against Republican Sandra Rings, Rings beat Ortiges, 860 to 385 votes.
Incumbent Supervisor Robert Jaeger secured a second two year term, running unopposed on the Democratic, Republican, Conservative and Independence tickets, along with incumbent Clerk Anne Maxon, who likewise ran on the same party endorsements. Justice Joseph Rechen, the unopposed incumbent boasting Democratic, Republican, Conservative and Independence ticket endorsements won a two year term. Unopposed town Council members Christopher Baretsky and Dean Maxon, both Democrats, and Republicans Tara Cinney and Robert Michaels, also secured two year terms. Town Council member John Winn is serving an unexpired term with endorsements from Republican, Conservative, Independence.
Two Democratic and two Republican candidates vied for two open seats on the Town Council. Republican incumbent Louis Desso and Republican Stephanie Piel both secured two year terms each. Desso received 2,260 votes, while Peil received 2,037 votes out of a total of 6,794 votes.
Republican incumbent Susan Craver, secured another two year term as Receiver of Taxes, as did Incumbent Superintendent of Highways Robert Russell. Both were also endorsed by Conservative and Independence parties.
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Susan Quest Sherman, the Republican incumbent, ran unopposed for another four year term as Town Clerk.
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In uncontested races, Democratic incumbent Kathryn Connolly secured another two year term as Town Clerk and Democratic incumbent Mark Premo won another two year term as Superintendent of Highways.
The two year post of Receiver of Taxes was won by Democratic incumbent Antonette Murphy with 2,905 votes over Republican newcomer Corine Sheldon, who received 1,849.
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In a heavily contested race for Town Supervisor, Republican newcomer Keith Langley beat Democratic incumbent Richard McCabe, 2,435 to 2,270 votes. The post carries a four year term.
The race for Town Supervisor was won by Democratic newcomer Flora Fasoldt, who received 1,336 votes to Republican newcomer Steven Robelotto's 944 votes. Two seats on the Town Council, carrying two year terms each, were won by Democratic newcomer Mark Cioffi who received 1,159 votes, and Republican incumbent Raymond Turner, who received 1,213 votes.
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