Tesei hoping for another term in Greenwich

Voters in Greenwich are choosing who will lead the town for the next two years today.Republican incumbent Peter Tesei is hoping to win a third

GREENWICH - Voters in Greenwich are choosing who will lead the town for the next two years today.

Republican incumbent Peter Tesei is hoping to win a third term.

He's facing off against Democrat John Blankley.

People in town are expecting a heavy turnout because of the board of education races following the resignation of the town's superintendent of schools.

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