Incumbents reclaim House seats in Rutland-2

PROCTOR — The two incumbents will keep their seats in the Rutland-2 House district after all the votes were counted on Tuesday. In a close three-person race, Democratic Rep. David Potter and Republican Rep. Tom Burditt were the top vote getters in the Nov. 6 election.
Potter received 2,001 total votes, Burditt tallied 1,842 votes, and Democrat Ken Fredette finished with 1,622 votes.
The district covers the towns of Clarendon, Proctor, Wallingford, West Rutland and Tinmouth.
Residents in the town of Clarendon voted 600 for Potter, 556 for Burditt and 397 for Fredette.
Proctor town cast 413 votes for Potter, 351 for Burditt and 308 for Fredette.
Fredette received the most votes in his hometown of Wallingford with 552, Potter came in with 489 and Burditt received 400 votes.
The town of West Rutland voted 462 for Potter, 508 for Burditt and 332 for Fredette.
In the town of Tinmouth, Potter received 37 votes, 27 votes came in for Burditt, and Fredette received 33 votes.

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