Godfrey Beats DeMuth to Reclaim 110th District Seat [Updated]

Unofficial results show Godfrey as the clear winner.

Update as of 9:15 p.m.

According to unofficial results, Robert Godfrey has reclaimed his seat in the 110th District. Here are the vote totals, according to those unofficial results:

  • Godrey: 3,282
  • DeMuth: 1,184

The original report follows:

Scott DeMuth, a Danbury Republican, has his hands full in Tuesday's race against Robert Godfrey.

Godfrey is running for the 13th time in the 110th Assembly District, and he appears to be hard to beat.

While in this post, Godfrey has championed gun control, an issue that has cost many politicians their jobs. He was worked his way into a leadership position (Deputy Speaker,) and he was recognized as an outstanding legislator by the AFL-CIO.

Scott DeMuth, who ran for the Danbury City Council and lost, worked at Keller Williams Realty in Ridgefield, and he studied at the University of Colorado.

Marc Kuffler November 06, 2012 at 02:35 PM
Mark, I think you should give Scott a bit more credit than the above. He is an independent contractor and restoration specialist widely renown and sought after in Connecticut. He's also an avid volunteer within Danbury and has helped on many projects within the city at no cost to the taxpayers whatsoever. I know him well and would not hesitate for even a moment to trust him with my property or life. He's actually exactly what the founding fathers and US Constitutional framers had in mind for our country: not a career politician that makes a full time living off of government spending!!! By the way, that's great that Bob has done so much for gun control and human rights. What's he done for Danbury?


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