The Old Saybrook Vote

On Nov. 4, 4,682 of 7,585 electors (61 percent) voted in the midterm election. The following is the certified vote total from Old Saybrook:

Governor and Lieutenant Governor

Thomas Foley and Heather Somers (R,I): 2,362

Dannel Malloy and Nancy Wyman (D,WF): 2,222

Joe Visconti and Chester Frank Harris (P): 45

Jonathan Pelto (write-in): 6

U.S. Representative

Lori Hopkins Cavanagh (R): 1,708

Joe Courtney (D,WF): 2,767

William Clyde (G): 38

Daniel Reale (L): 34

State Senator - District 33

Paul Formica (R,I): 1,089

Elizabeth Ritter (D,WF): 734

State Senator - District 33

Art Linares, Jr. (R,I): 1,513

Emily Bjornberg (D,WF): 1,184

Colin Bennett (G): 27

State Representative - District 23

Devin Carney (R,I): 2,854

Mary Stone (DF): 1,706

Secretary of the State

Peter Lumaj (R,I): 2,278

Denise Merrill (D,WF): 2,135

Michael DeRosa (G): 82

Treasurer

Timothy Herbst (R,I): 2,436

Denise Nappier (D,WF): 2,052

Rolf Maurer (write-in): 2

Comptroller

Sharon McLaughlin (R,I): 2,242

Kevin Lembo (D,WF): 2,122

Ralph Maurer (G): 69

Attorney General

Kie Westby (R,I): 2,008

George Jepsen (D,WF): 2,364

Stephen Fournier (G): 94

Judge of Probate

Anselmo Delia (R): 2,109

Terrance Lomme (D): 2,279

Ballot Question

Yes: 1,877

No: 2,011

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