Norwalk mayoral candidate Harry Rilling tries to get out the vote

Norwalk mayoral candidate Harry Rilling has been at polling locations all day encouraging people to get out and vote. Early in the morning, the Democrat

His campaign website points out that Norwalk has had a Democratic mayor for only four of the last 26 years.

His campaign website points out that Norwalk has had a Democratic mayor for only four of the last 26 years. (11/5/13)

NORWALK - Norwalk mayoral candidate Harry Rilling has been at polling locations all day encouraging people to get out and vote.

Early in the morning, the Democrat waited in line to cast his vote at Fox Run School.

Rilling tells News 12 Connecticut that he's been campaigning hard for months and he's done all he can.

His campaign website points out that Norwalk has had a Democratic mayor for only four of the last 26 years. 

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