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Litchfield voters reject budgets
For the Board of Selectmen, incumbents Frank Byron and Brent Lemire secured their seats with 987 votes and 936 votes respectively. Former selectman George Lambert could not obtain a win with 615 votes.
For school board, Guerrette took on Janine Lepore for a single seat with a three-year term. Lepore easily secured the position with 1,097 votes compared to Guerrette’s 499 votes.
Residents did adopt a collective bargaining agreement between the school district and the Litchfield Education Association that calls for salary increases of a combined $584,665 over three years.
The results from Tuesday’s election took quite a while to calculate in Litchfield, as several ballots had to be hand-counted. Poll workers reportedly ran out of ballots at the close of the day on Tuesday, and issues with the electronic ballot machine stalled the process even further.
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