Compare Lauretti's 2013 win to his past victories

Republican Mark Lauretti easily won a 12th term at the top of the ticket in Shelton this year. He also has won by wide margins in recent years, including six years ago against 2013 Democratic nominee David Gioiello.

His most serious challenges came in 2009 in his first race against Chris Jones, and in 2005 vs. former Mayor Michael Pacowta.

Lauretti was first elected in 1991.

2013

Mark Lauretti (R) — 6,876  (77%)

David Gioiello (D) — 2,110  (23%)

Turnout: 38%

2011

Mark Lauretti (R) — 6,589  (65%)

Chris Jones (D) — 3,586  (35%)

Turnout: 44%

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2009

Mark Lauretti (R) — 6,105  (54%)

Chris Jones (D) — 4,641  (41%)

Mark S. Widomski — 572  (5%)

Turnout: 48%

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2007

Mark Lauretti (R) — 6,885  (72%)

David Gioiello (D and CU) — 2,691  (28%)

Turnout: 40%

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2005

Mark Lauretti (R) — 6,981  (56%)

Michael Pacowta (D and CU) — 5,498  (44%)

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2003

Mark Lauretti (R) — 7,603  (72%)

David McGovern (D) — 2,007  (19%)

Richard Carlson (CU) — 990  (9%)

Turnout: 48%

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2001

Mark Lauretti (R) — 7,538  (64%)

Bob Lally (D) — 4,265  (36%)

Turnout: 53%

1999

Mark Lauretti (R) — 7,731  (74%)

Gene Kierce (D) — 2,707  (26%)

(CU) = Citizens Union Party

 

 

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