GOP still in control of Council, BOE

The Republicans in Plainville have kept control of the Town Council and the Board of Education, however the Democrats were able to gain one more seat on the council.
After Tuesday’s election, Republican incumbent Kathy Pugliese was re-elected to her seat on the Town Council, bringing in 1,687 votes, as well as Republican incumbent Scott Saunders, who received 1,533 votes. The Republicans bring on two newcomers, Danny Carrier, with 1,434 votes, and Deborah Tompkins, who received 1,589 votes.
Democratic incumbents Christopher Wazorko and Quinn Christopher were re-elected to the council, and brought with them newcomer Patrick Kilby. Wazorko received 1,587 votes, Christopher received 1,538, and Kilby received 1,426.
On the Board of Education, there weren’t any changes, as all incumbents were re-elected. Republican Brent Davenport received 1,456 votes, and Republican Andrea Saunders received 1,614. Three Democratic incumbents were also re-elected; Cheryl Provost received 1,557, Becky Tyrrell received 1,450 and Foster White received 1,298.