Race for 111th: Frey wins re-election (UPDATE)

Updated 11 p.m. ET, Nov. 6 — State Representative John Frey (R-111) has won re-election over Democratic challenger Aimee Berger-Girvalo.

The Ridgefield Democratic Town Committee conceded the race at 10:53 p.m. Tuesday night, with Berger-Girvalo giving Frey's camp a congratulatory phone call.

Early returns from the town's four voting districts show Frey with a 5,732 to 5,214 vote lead.

The Registrar of Voters is still adding up absentee ballots before posting official numbers.

With the win, Frey will represent Ridgefield's 111th General Assembly District in the Connecticut House of Representatives for his 11th term.

In the race to represent Ridgefield's 138th General Assembly District in the Connecticut House of Representatives, GOP incumbent Michael Ferguson led challenger Ken Gucker 237 to 218 from the town's fourth voting district. Final results have not been announced.

Editor's note: These numbers are preliminary. Final numbers will be made available on The Press website as soon as the Town Clerk has posted them.