No surprise, Republicans take Wilton in every race

Update: 10:54 p.m. — Dan Debicella has conceded; Jim Himes will spend two more years representing the 4th District in Washington, D.C.

Update: 10:45 p.m. — With unofficial totals from Wilton, Weston, New Canaan, Redding and Ridgefield, state Senator Toni Boucher appears headed for a fourth term with 12,056 votes to Democratic challenger Phil Sharlach’s 5,583.

Update: 9:58 p.m. — Judge Anthony DePanfilis has won another term  as judge of the Norwalk/Wilton Probate Court. He defeated Norwalk attorney Darnell Crosland.

Mr. DePanfilis received 15,610 votes to Mr. Crosland’s 10,613.

Update: 9:43 p.m. — State Rep. Gail Lavielle has been re-elected. According to unofficial vote tallies, she has defeated Democratic challenger Keith Rodgerson 5,358 to 2,793.

Ms. Lavielle received 2,911 votes in Wilton, 2,020 votes in Norwalk, and 427 votes in Westport.

Mr. Rodgerson received 1,158 votes in Wilton, 1,357 votes in Norwalk, and 278 votes in Westport.

These totals do not reflect absentee ballots.

Ms. Lavielle greeted supporters at Trackside Teen Center in Wilton.

“I want to thank my constituents for being articulate and for participating. They are always welcoming and really open to discuss issues with me,” she said. “They are guideposts for me to do my job.”

9: 25 p.m. — Republicans have won every race in Wilton this evening, according to unofficial vote totals. The numbers below do not include absentee ballots or ballots cast by those who registered to vote today.

Reading across are the vote totals cast at the Clune Center, Middlebrook, and Cider Mill School. Unofficially, there were 6,368 votes cast at Wilton polling places

Constitutional Question

Yes 1045 + 920 + 1043 = 3008

No 935 + 868 + 949 = 2752

Governor/Lt. Governor

Tom Foley/Heather Somers (R) 1330 + 1079 + 1309 = 3718

Dannel Malloy/Nancy Wyman (D) 854 + 842 + 890 = 2586

Joe Visconti/Chester Frank Harris (P) 6 + 6 + 9 = 21

Write-ins 4 + 1 + 7 = 12

Congress

Dan Debicella (R) 1219 + 1002 + 1180 = 3401

Jim Himes (D) 958 + 912 + 1003 = 2873

Write-in 1 + 1 + 2 = 4

State Senate

Toni Boucher (R) 1610 + 1353 + 1558 = 4521

Phil Sharlach (D) 561 + 549 + 620 = 1730

Write -in 0 + 2 +2 = 4

State Rep

143rd:

Gail Lavielle (R)  1576 + 1335  =  2911

Keith Rodgerson (D) 587 + 571 = 1158

Write-ins 3 + 0 = 3

125th:

Tom O’Dea (R) 1459

David Bedell (G) 260

Write-ins 3

Secretary of the State

Peter Lumaj (R) 1299 + 1071 + 1239 = 3609

Denise Merrill (D) 788 + 777 + 850 = 2415

S. Michael DeRosa (G) 40 + 35 + 44 = 119

Write ins 2 + 0 = 2

Treasurer

Timothy Herbst (R) 1347 + 1103 + 1293 = 3743

Denise Nappier (D) 783 + 779 + 839 = 2401

Write ins 3 +1 + 2 = 6

Comptroller

Sharon McLaughlin (R) 1352 + 1123 + 1322 = 3797

Kevin Lembo (D) 737 + 715 + 765 = 2217

Rolf Maurer (G) 25 + 26 + 30 = 81

Write-ins 1 + 1 + 0 = 2

Attorney General

Kie Westby (R)  1269 + 1030 + 1224 = 3523

George Jepsen (D) 826 + 821 + 889 = 2536

Stephen Fournier (G) 5 + 26 + 25 = 56

Write-ins 1 + 0 + 0 = 1

Judge of Probate

Anthony DePanfilis (R) 1500 + 1254 + 1474 = 4228

Darnell Crosland (D) 597 + 610 + 651 = 1858

Write-ins 1 + 1 + 2 = 4