Unofficial Election Results

Unofficial Election Results

OFFICE NAME OF PARTY TERM
  ELECTED   FROM TO
First Selectman Tracy Hanson D 11/21/2017 11/19/2019
Selectmen Ronald Millovitsch R 11/21/2017 11/19/2019
Selectmen Mark “Skipp” Oulton D 11/21/2017 11/19/2019
Town Clerk Pamela E. Theroux R 1/1/2018 1/6/2020
Board of Education – Full Term Kristen H. Trahan D 11/7/2017 11/2/2021
Board of Education – Full Term Christopher Wilson R 11/7/2017 11/2/2021
Board of Education – Full Term Skart M. Paul R 11/7/2017 11/2/2021
Board of Education – Two Year Vacancy Kate K. Beauparlant D 11/7/2017 11/5/2019
Board of Assessment Appeals Cheryl A. Sadowski D 11/21/2017 11/16/2021
Board of Assessment Appeals Gil Grimm R 11/21/2017 11/16/2021
Planning and Zoning Commission David Nieminen R 11/21/2017 11/21/2023
Planning and Zoning Commission Alternates Bob Panko D 11/21/2017 11/19/2019
Planning and Zoning Commission Alternates Max Hallowell D 11/21/2017 11/19/2019
Zoning Board of Appeals Edward W. Grenier D 11/21/2017 11/16/2021
Zoning Board of Appeals Wendy Gauthier R 11/21/2017 11/16/2021
Zoning Board of Appeals Alternates Cheryl A. Sadowski D 11/21/2017 11/19/2019
Zoning Board of Appeals Alternates James Gauthier R 11/21/2017 11/19/2019
Inland Wetlands Commission Christopher J. Chabot D 11/7/2017 11/2/2021
Inland Wetlands Commission Lester Davis D 11/7/2017 11/2/2021
Inland Wetlands Commission David C. Miner R 11/7/2017 11/2/2021
Inland Wetlands Commission Alternates Bob Panko D 11/7/2017 11/5/2019
Inland Wetlands Commission Alternates Tammy Daigneault D 11/7/2017 11/5/2019

Remaining Positions to be Appointed:

If interested please submit a letter to the Town Clerk.

Planning and Zoning Commission Alternate
Zoning Board of Appeals Alternate
Library Trustee
Library Trustee

Voter Eligibility

It has come to our attention that there is a great deal of confusion regarding the eligibility to vote at Town Meetings and Referendums. To clear up this confusion please see the state statute below:

 Sec. 7-6. Eligibility to vote. At any town meeting other than a regular or special town election or at any meeting of any fire, sewer or school district or any other municipal subdivision of any town incorporated by any special act, any person who is an elector of such town may vote and any citizen of the United States of the age of eighteen years or more who, jointly or severally, is liable to the town, district or subdivision for taxes assessed against him on an assessment of not less than one thousand dollars on the last-completed grand list of such town, district or subdivision, or who would be so liable if not entitled to an exemption under subdivision (17), (19), (22), (23), (25) or (26) of section 12-81, may vote, unless restricted by the provisions of any special act relating to such town, district or subdivision.

To summarize you may vote if you are a Voluntown resident that is registered to vote or whether or not you reside in Voluntown if you are at least 18 years and old have property on the last (2016) Grand List assessed at one thousand dollars or more. Please call the Town Clerk’s office with any questions regarding this.