ELEC­TION RE­SULTS FOR UN­CON­TESTED RACES

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Two un­con­tested leg­is­la­tors were re-elected on Tues­day to rep­re­sent the 108th and 112th dis­tricts in the state House of Rep­re­sen­ta­tives.

Rep. Richard Smith, a Repub­li­can in­cum­bent, won his fifth term rep­re­sent­ing the 108th Dis­trict, which in­cludes parts of New Fair­field, Sher­man, New Mil­ford and Dan­bury. He is an as­sis­tant Repub­li­can leader and rank­ing mem­ber of the Gov­ern­ment and Elec­tions Com­mit­tee in the House and serves on the Ju­di­ciary and La­bor and Pub­lic Em­ploy­ees com­mit­tees.

His pro­file touts “a very ac­tive role in the fight against over­spend­ing, tax in­creases and ini­tia­tives that in­hibit job growth.”

In the 112th Dis­trict, which rep­re­sents Mon­roe and New­town, Repub­li­can Rep. J.P. Sredzin­ski won his third term in the Leg­is­la­ture. Sredzin­ski serves on the Leg­is­la­ture’s com­mit­tees on pub­lic safety, com­merce and in­tern­ship.

He has served on Mon­roe’s Town Coun­cil, most re­cently as chair­man, and as chair­man of the Mon­roe Po­lice Depart­ment Build­ing Ren­o­va­tions Com­mit­tee, an ap­pointed Mem­ber of the Con­necti­cut Emer­gency Med­i­cal Ser­vices Ad­vi­sory Board and a Jus­tice of the Peace.

Carol Kaliff / Hearst Con­necti­cut Me­dia

Leo Kiefer of Dan­bury, washes a friend’s boat on Wed­nes­day in prepa­ra­tion for stor­age over the win­ter.

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