"We're going to do it!" said Democratic candidate for Mayor of the City of Norwalk Harry Rilling.
Norwalk has their Democratic candidate for Mayor - Former Police Chief Harry Rilling.
Rilling said "I'm feeling exhilarated. I'm feeling energized and I'm feeling that the people of Norwalk and the Democratic Party have spoken that they want a new Democatic Party and a new Norwalk."
Governor Dannel Malloy and Senator Bob Duff showed their support for Rilling during his victory party Tuesday evening.
Senator Bob Duff said "Worked the polls. Made phone calls, held signs and did all those things. All that work paid off. We are so pleased and proud to have Harry Rilling as our nominee."
Governor Dannel Malloy said "Proven results. Somebody who we can stand behind. Somebody we can support. Somebody who unites use. Somebody who can win in Norwalk. So let's go get 'em, let's have a Democratic Mayor of Norwalk."
Rilling emphasized that there was more work to be done before Election Day in November.
Rilling said "This is not going to be an easy fight. We're going to have a struggle but we are going to forge ahead. We are going to continue staying on message. Keeping a positive campaign because the people will hear it."
Harry Rilling will face Republican Mayor Richard Moccia on November 5.