Curt Leng wins Hamden mayoral election
By Ryan Chichester
Curt Leng can take a breath. After spending Tuesday afternoon wishing for an election score update that doesn't exist, Leng found out he will remain Hamden's mayor after beating republican candidate Salman Hamid.
Leng received 74 percent of the votes to earn another term in office. The re-elect is one of several democrats who enjoyed the election results on Tuesday night, as the democratic candidates swept all four major positions up for election, including a town clerk position that was unopposed and claimed by Vera Morrison.
Here are the winners of this year's election: