Incumbents prevail in Westport elections

Posted 4/14/21

WESTPORT — Incumbents were all winners in Westport’s local elections held Tuesday.

For Board of Selectmen, with two seats available, incumbents Ann Boxler and Richard Brewer won by …

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Incumbents prevail in Westport elections

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WESTPORT — Incumbents were all winners in Westport’s local elections held Tuesday.

For Board of Selectmen, with two seats available, incumbents Ann Boxler and Richard Brewer won by comfortable margins over challenger Walter Moniz.

And for Housing Authority Board, incumbent Veronica  Beaulieu beat challenger (and GreenWood Terrace housing resident) Richard Ziomek.

All other seats up for election were uncontested.

These results are unofficial and do not include write-ins.

Board of Selectmen

Ann Boxler, 971

Richard Brewer, 914

Walter Moniz, 497

Housing Authority

Veronica Beaulieu, 907

Richard Ziomek, 295

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