EASTON, Conn. -- Adam Dunsby was the winner in Tuesday's recount in voting for first selectman in Easton, according to a story in The Easton Courier .
Dunsby, a Republican, topped write-in candidate Val Buckley by 35 votes, 1,060 to 1,025, the story said.
Buckley had won a challenge before Superior Court Judge Barbara Bellis on Monday to get the recount of voting in the Nov. 5 race.
The first selectman seat was open after Tom Herrmann decided late in the cycle not to seek re-election afterall. Results on election night gave the win to Dunsby, chairman of the Board of Education.
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