City of Danbury Election Results: Democrat Alves Unseats Esposito By Slight Margin to Become City's New Mayor

City of Danbury Election Results: Democrat Roberto Alves unseats incumbent Dean Esposito, a Republican to become City's new Mayor

Democrat Roberto L. Alves defeats incumbent Dean Esposito by a very small margin - 94 votes according to the Secretary of State (unofficial results).  Alves received 7,180 votes (49.46%) and 7,086 votes (48.81%).

Roberto immigrated to Danbury at five years old and grew up attending the Danbury public schools. He continues to live in the city with his wife, also a life-long Danbury resident, and his two children. 

Another tight race for Treasurer with Republican Daniel P. Jowdy defeating Michael J. Flanagan 7,485 votes to Flanagan’s 6,598 votes. 

View Danbury’s complete Election Results on Secretary of State website

Learn more about Danbury’s new Mayor

*Image courtesy Alves for Danbury Facebook page.

Submitted by Danbury, CT

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