District Breakdown of Election Results

See how the candidates did in each district, with the unofficial counts.

Councilman-elect Michael Putrino (D) received the most votes in Tuesday's election, coming in with an unofficial total of 3,161 votes. Although his numbers were consistently strong across all districts, District 8 gave Putrino the most votes (435), while District 9 gave him the fewest (263).

Democrtatic incumbent Austin Ashley came in with an unofficial count of 2,956. District 8 gave Ashley the most votes (394) while District 9 handed him (259).

Republican incumbent Howard Berner lost his seat with an unofficial total of 2,583 votes. District 8 cast the most votes (373) while the fewest came from District 7 (117).

Republican candidate Peter Rebsch has an unofficial total of 2,584. District 8 came out in strong support of Rebsch (379) while District 7 only delivered (107).

Because of the power outages associated with Hurricane Sandy, polling districts were combined. Districts 1 through 7 voted at Berkley School while Districts 8 and 9 voted at the New Milford Library.

For a complete listing of votes by district, including the Board of Education, click on the pdf file to your right. 

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Ann Piccirillo November 08, 2012 at 02:38 PM
As soon as the absentees and provisionals come in I will.
NM Resident November 08, 2012 at 03:53 PM
Hi Ann, Can you point us, link to to a map of how the districts physically/ visually break down in New Milford? Thank you:)
DudleyDoRight November 08, 2012 at 04:57 PM
To give you some idea of the districts: Districts 1 (Peetzburg area) and 2 (Gibbs School area) are at the north end of town and Districts 8 and 9 are at the south end of town. The others are in between. The numbers go from low to high as you go south from the Oradell border to New Bridge Road.
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