While the voting results for surrounding towns and cities across the state continue to be counted, the unofficial results from Easton’s two voting districts have been posted on the town website.
According to these unofficial results, Easton cast 2,089 votes for Republican incumbent State Sen. Tony Hwang and 1,680 votes for Democratic challenger Tim Gavin.
Democratic incumbent Rep. Anne Hughes received 962 votes and Republican challenger Alex Burns received 946 votes from Easton voters in District 1, which is part of House District 135.
Incumbent Republican Rep. Tony Scott received 958 votes and Democrat Sheila Papps received 873 votes from Easton voters in District 2, which is part of House District 112.
Incumbent Democratic U.S. Rep. Jim Himes received 1,959 votes to Republican challenger Jayme Stevenson’s 1,812 votes for Connecticut’s 4th congressional district seat.
Incumbent Governor Ned Lamont, a Democrat, received 2,005 votes and Republican challenger Bob Stefanowski received 1,778 from Easton voters.
Incumbent U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal. also a Democrat, received 1,980 votes, while Republican challenger Leora Levy received 1,772.
Easton also voted 2,053 to 1,528 in favor of amending the Constitution of the State to permit the General Assembly to provide for early voting.
The complete unofficial results for Easton’s Voting District 1 can be accessed here.
The complete unofficial results for Easton’s Voting District 2 can be accessed here.