In the sole contested race in Madison's municipal elections Tuesday, Ned Moore (D), Sally Geisler (R), and Thomas Kelty (R) were named winners in the contest for Zoning Board of Appeals, according to unofficial results announced at town hall Tuesday night.
Incumbent Ned Moore came up with 1,133 votes; Sally Geisler, who will be a newcomer to the board with 1,339; and Thomas Kelty, who had served as a Zoning Board of Appeals Alternate, with 1,243. Incumbent Joel Marcus (D) came up just short with 1,049 votes.
Most of the people nominated for spots on the ballots during the and the nominating convention ran unopposed.
This includes First Selectman, which is the first time in recent history that this has happened.
The Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) is the board that is charged with granting exceptions to and variances from the town's zoning regulations. There are three seats and four people who ran.
For additional information and complete unofficial results see our updated story.
This story was corrected on Wednesday, Nov. 9 to reflect the correct party affiliation of Tom Kelty.