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Election 2013
8:43 am
Wed November 6, 2013

Former police chief wins Norwalk mayoral race

Harry Rilling at the podium during his victory party Tuesday night at the Hilton Garden Inn as Congressman Jim Himes celebrated next to him.
Credit Tarice L.S. Gray

Former Norwalk Police Chief Harry Rilling, a democrat, has defeated the incumbent Mayor Richard Moccia, a republican.

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Harp wins in New Haven
12:21 am
Wed November 6, 2013

Harp will be the first female mayor of New Haven

Toni Harp giving her victory speech at Kelly's Restaurant in New Haven on Tuesday night.
Credit Ebong Udoma

Connecticut State Senator Toni Harp has easily won election to become the first woman mayor in New Haven’s history. Harp is also the first new mayor in New Haven in two decades.  

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Election 2013
12:11 am
Wed November 6, 2013

Democrat Martin is Stamford's next mayor

David Martin after his victory in the Stamford mayoral election

Democrat Stamford mayoral candidate David Martin defeated Republican Michael Fedele to become the city’s next mayor Tuesday night. Unofficial vote results had Martin clinching the victory by about 13-hundred votes. 

By 9 p-m Fedele announced he was conceding after Martin took 11 of the 20 precincts. Democrats say Martin’s win was a result of grassroots support. They say Martin was able to tap into a feeling that city government had become less than transparent over the last four years. Martin acknowledged the work had just begun.

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Environmentalist plan suit
5:54 pm
Tue November 5, 2013

Suffolk lawmakers 'raid' environmental fund

Presiding Officer Wayne Horsley says money from the Assessment Stabilization Fund was using place of counting on state approval for debt refinancing.
Credit Handout

Suffolk County lawmakers are set to approve a $2.8 billion budget tomorrow that, according to some, raids an environmental protection fund to plug holes in the county budget.    

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November Ballot Referendum
10:40 am
Tue November 5, 2013

NY deciding whether to allow gambling expansion

Max Trevino, 8, accompanies his grandmother Peggy O'Brian as she votes at Public School 6, in New York City, Tuesday Nov. 5, 2013.
Credit AP Photo/Richard Drew

New Yorkers are deciding Tuesday if they want to allow seven new Las Vegas-style casinos in the state.

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