It’s Election Day: Here’s what you need to know about voting in Wilton

Election Day in Wilton will have voters from three districts come out to their respective polls to cast a ballot for municipal elections.

Election Day in Wilton will have voters from three districts come out to their respective polls to cast a ballot for municipal elections.

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WILTON — Residents can file into voting locations across town until 8 p.m. Tuesday to cast their ballots for local candidates.

The Board of Selectmen will have two seats open. Republican Kim Healy and Democrats Bas Nabulsi and Keith Denning will be the options for residents to choose from for the two board seats.

Board of Finance will need to fill three full-term seats. Republican incumbent Stewart Koenigsberg and fellow GOP members Matt Raimondi and Monty Du are running for the seats, as well as Democrat Sandra Arkell. Frank Bria, another Democrat, will face off with Republican Rich Santosky in a race for a two-year seat.

The Board of Education will feature a race between Democrats Deborah Low, who currently serves as the head of the BOE, Nicola Davies and Pam Ely, as well as Republicans Jared Martin and Jess Christ.

The Planning and Zoning Commission will not be contested, as five candidates will be running for five seats, including three incumbents in Christopher Pagliaro, Jill Warren and Eric Fanwick.

One seat is open on the Board of Assessment Appeals, and voters can choose between Republican Chris Gardner and Democrat Bob Wallace.

Residents in District 1 can vote at Wilton High School at 395 Danbury Road. District 2 residents can vote at the Cider Mill School gym at 240 School Road. District 3 residents can vote at Middlebrook School Gym at 131 School Road and will have the same ballots as District 1 voters.