After months of politicking and mudslinging - the elections are finally behind us.
It was all out war this political season and everyone from Republicans, Democrats and Independents are happy the campaigning is finally over.
"I definitely wont' miss that," Howard Nielsen a right leaning independent said.
"It was just a sea of these junk mail ads," Independent Dess Ivanov said.
Politicians in local and national campaigns pulled out all the stops with fliers and mountains of fundraising emails.
"The emails, they're necessary, I know why they do it," Democrat Evan Lowenstein said. "I find it a bit annoying, but I understand why they do it."
Of course, there was also an endless stream of television ads.
"I turned the TV off a few time because of them," Independent Jeff Urzetta said.
Now the negative ads are gone.
"We did notice that," Nielsen said. "Thank God for it, that was a little bit overwhelming."
Whether it was a claim about African ants or bashing someone's character - none of the campaigning tactics will be missed.
"Non not not at all," Danielle Montrond who is undeclared said. "I hate them so much."
Politicians weren't the only ones at fault.
"(On) social media, you learn where a lot of people stand, whether you want to know that or not," Urzetta said.
With the winners chosen, hopefully things will go back to normal.
"Today is a new day," Nielsen said.
At least until the next election cycle.