Windsor Locks First Selectman Steve Wawruck has announced that he'll seek re-election in November. He'll be running for his fifth term in office.
The first selectman made the announcement Wednesday evening before the Democratic town committee.
According to a statement released Thursday, Wawruck expressed the need to continue working toward the revitalization of Main Street.
Wawruck also announced that former First Selectman Edward Ferrari will be his running mate.
Ferrari was first selectman in Windsor Locks from 1989-93 and again from 1999-2003.
"I've always looked up to Eddie as a mentor. I was honored when he told me he would run with me," said Wawruck, who also said he wanted "to take back to offices lost" in the last election.
"Eddie brings a wealth of knowledge and energy to the ticket. I look forward to having a partner who will help get projects to the finish line, the restoration of the Historic Train Station, returning the current train platform to the center of town, improving the quality of life for our residents, with the rebirth of our Main Street.
Wawruck beat Republican-challenger Dennis Gragnolati in the 2011 municipal election by a narrow margin of 178 votes.