Morris voters reward Weik with a third term
Morris First Selectman Thomas Weik and his wife, Lisa, celebrate Weik's victory in Tuesday's election. BZ photos
Morris First Selectman Thomas Weik will hold his seat for another two years after voters gave him a convincing win on Tuesday.
Weik, a Republican, defeated Democratic challenger Kevin Curley, 604-335. Selectman Erica Dorsett-Mathews, Weik's running mate, earned a third term with 566, votes. Selectman Vincent Aiello, a Democrat, was returned to office with 341 votes.
The vote totals are unofficial until some write-in ballots are counted, which could have an effect on the results of Aiello and Curley, who could land a seat on the board by outpolling his running mate.
First Selectman Thomas Weik and Selectman Erica Dorsett-Mathews are back in office for third terms. Below, Weik gets a hug from his daughter, Lexi.