EASTON, Conn. First Selectman Thomas Herrmann was re-elected Tuesday night with 1,095 votes. Town Clerk Derek Buckley, a Republican, also was voted back into office with 1,097 votes.
Herrmann, a Republican, topped two write-in candidates: Richard Seclow, a Republican, and Robert Webbe, who is unaffiliated. Buckley beat Michael Kivell, a Democrat.
Elected to his third consecutive term, Herrmann is the managing director at Stanwich Partners in Wilton.
Herrmann has been an Easton resident since 1982 and has been involved in public service since 1986. He is a member of the Easton Exchange Club and the Easton Lyons Club. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Massachusetts and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He is married and has two children.
Buckley, a research physicist before his retirement, took the reins as town clerk in 2002. He also serves as the town sexton and the registrar of vital statistics. He is married to Val Buckley, the Easton Senior Center's director and founder.
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