On November 7, 2018

Election results

Much of Windsor and Rutland County will see familiar faces in Montpelier next year.

Here’s a breakdown of the local results from the Nov. 6 election.

*SENATE SEATS

 

Rutland County Senate

Name Town Of Residence Party Votes
BRIAN “BC” COLLAMORE RUTLAND TOWN REPUBLICAN 11,476
CHERYL HOOKER RUTLAND CITY DEM/PROG 10,875
JAMES L. MCNEIL RUTLAND TOWN REPUBLICAN 10,751
EDWARD LARSON RUTLAND CITY REPUBLICAN 10,085
GREG COX WEST RUTLAND DEM/PROG 10,070
SCOTT GARREN SHREWSBURY DEM/PROG 7,452

 

Windsor County Senate

Name Town Of Residence Party Votes
ALISON H. CLARKSON WOODSTOCK DEMOCRATIC 17,830
ALICE W. NITKA LUDLOW DEMOCRATIC 16,674
RICHARD “DICK” MCCORMACK BETHEL DEM/PROG 16,033
RANDY A. GRAY SPRINGFIELD REPUBLICAN 8,813
WAYNE D. TOWNSEND BETHEL REPUBLICAN 7,866
JACK WILLIAMS WEATHERSFIELD REPUBLICAN 7,251
MASON WADE ROCHESTER INDEPENDENT 2,394

 

*HOUSE SEATS

Rutland-3

(Castleton, Fair Haven, Hubbardton, West Haven)

Name Town of Residence Party Votes
WILLIAM “BILL” CANFIELD FAIR HAVEN REPUBLICAN 1,885
ROBERT “BOB” HELM FAIR HAVEN REPUBLICAN 1,695
ROBERT J. RICHARDS FAIR HAVEN INDEPENDENT 1,240

 

Rutland 5-1

(Part of Rutland City)

Name Town of Residence Party Votes
PETER J. FAGAN RUTLAND CITY REPUBLICAN 1,137
HEATHER JULIUSSEN-STEVENSON RUTLAND CITY DEM/PROG 652

 

Rutland 5-4

(Part of Rutland City)

Name Town of Residence Party Votes
WILLIAM NOTTE RUTLAND CITY DEMOCRATIC 785
JACQUELINE “BETH” FLECK RUTLAND CITY REPUBLICAN 532

 

Rutland-6

(Brandon, Pittsford, Sudbury)

Name Town of Residence Party Votes
CHARLES “BUTCH” SHAW PITTSFORD REPUBLICAN 1,702
STEPHANIE JEROME BRANDON DEMOCRATIC 1,553
SETH HOPKINS BRANDON REPUBLICAN 1,272
TIM GUILES BRANDON PROG/DEM 952

 

Rutland-Windsor-1

(Bridgewater, Chittenden, Mendon, Killington)

Name Town of Residence Party Votes
JIM HARRISON CHITTENDEN REPUBLICAN 1,269
GINA OTTOBONI CHITTENDEN DEMOCRATIC 887

 

Rutland-Windsor-2

(Ludlow, Mount Holly, Shrewsbury)

Name Town of Residence Party Votes
LOGAN NICOLL LUDLOW DEM/PROG 1,017
PETER BERGER MOUNT HOLLY INDEPENDENT 980

 

Windsor-Rutland

(Rochester, Stockbridge, Bethel, Pittsfield)

Name Town Party Votes
SANDY HAAS ROCHESTER PROG/DEM 1,271
ROBERT MCFADDEN STOCKBRIDGE REPUBLICAN 797

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