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Roy McDonald takes Bruno’s seat

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Roy McDonald, a state assemblyman and former Wilton town supervisor, was elected to the state Senate Tuesday, easily winning an open seat formerly held by Joseph Bruno, R-Brunswick. “It’s quite a trip from being a laborer to being a state senator,” said McDonald at his victory celebration in Clifton Park. Now 61, he had worked in a steel mill and served in the Army in the Vietnam War before becoming an investment banker. He said ...

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