Seymour first selectman wins GOP comptroller primary
Seymour First Selectman Kurt Miller has won the Republican nomination for Connecticut state comptroller.
Miller received the party endorsement at May's convention and defeated Litchfield businessman Mark Greenberg in Tuesday's primary.
The 48-year-old Miller has served four terms in Seymour. He points to what he says are successes in keeping the town's mill rate relatively low and improving the town's credit rating.
He will face Democratic incumbent Kevin Lembo in November's general election.
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