Two former officials, two incumbents elected to lead New Haven next year

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By Staff

At total of 923 votes came in for New Haven City Commission last week. The race saw five candidates to fill four seats.

Tessie Cecil, a former mayor of the city, took the lead with 246 votes.

“I’m very excited and grateful for the people of New Haven for trusting me,” Cecil said of the election. “I was really surprised of the results.”

Cecil had served as the city’s mayor for 20 years and said serving in a new capacity, as a city commissioner, was something she looked forward to.

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