WESTON, Conn. -- Before you head to your polling place, take a look at the races in Weston and decide how to cast your ballot.
The top race in Weston is for judge of probate between Republican Lisa K. Wexler and Democrat Kieran J. Costello.
Election Day is Tuesday in Connecticut, with the polls open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. You can check your voter registration information here by clicking on the "Registered To Vote? Check Now" box on the right side of the home page or by calling Town Hall. All Weston voters cast their ballots in the polling place at the Weston Middle School gym.
Below is a list of races in Weston as supplied by the website of Connecticut Secretary of the State Denise Merrill:
Judge of Probate (Vote for One)
Republican Party candidate Lisa K. Wexler
Democratic Party candidate Kieran J. Costello
First Selectman (Vote for One):
Democratic Party candidate Gayle M. Weinstein
Selectmen (Vote for One):
Republican Party candidate Dennis Tracey
Democratic Party candidate David Glenn Muller
Board of Finance (Vote for Three):
Republican Party candidate Patrice P. Kopas
Democratic Party candidates Melissa Zales Koller, Allan Grauberd, Richard A. Bochinski
Board of Education (Vote for Three):
Republican Party candidates Elise A. Major and Christopher Moore
Democratic Party candidates Denise Harvey and Sara P. Spaulding
Board of Assessment Appeals (Vote for One):
Republican Party candidate Ryan Cornell
Democratic Party candidate Marina Coprio
Board of Assessment Appeals Vacancy (Vote for One):
Republican Party candidate Hillary S. Koyner
Democratic Party candidate Rob Nordlinger
?Planning and Zoning Commission (Vote for Three):
Republican Party candidates Thomas J. Failla and Britta Ann Lerner
Democratic Party candidates Sally Korsh and Howard Aibel
Planning and Zoning Commission Vacancy (Vote for One):
Republican Party candidate James Carlon
Zoning Board of Appeals (Vote for Two):
Republican Party candidate Frederick C. Noyes Jr.
Democratic Party candidate W. MacLeod Snaith
Zoning Board of Appeals Alternate (Vote for Two):
Republican Party candidate John Moran
Democratic Party candidate Don Scarborough
Police Commission (Vote for Four):
Republican Party candidates Woody Bliss and Peter J. Ottomano
Democratic Party candidates Susan A. Moch and Jeffery Eglash
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