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Posted on: November 7, 2019

Fred Camillo wins First Selectman race in Greenwich

GREENWICH — Greenwich voters on Tuesday chose Republican Fred Camillo, a native son who has represented the town in the state General Assembly for the past 11 years, to be their next first selectman.

According to results from Republican and Democratic headquarters, Camillo beat opponent Jill Oberlander, Democratic chair of the town finance board, with 55 percent of the vote.

The unofficial results Tuesday night gave Camillo 10,045 votes, to Oberlander’s tally of 7,466. And in the selectman’s race, Republican Lauren Rabin outpaced incumbent Democrat Selectman Sandy Litvack 9,633 to 7,457.

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