NORWALK, Conn. -- Brenda Penn-Williams has been chosen as the new president of the Norwalk chapter of the NAACP, according to The Hour.
Penn-Williams defeated her opponent, Jalin Sead, who had been endorsed by outgoing president Darnell Crosland, by a tally of 75 to 39 votes, The Hour reports.
Penn-Williams will assume her new post in January, according to The Hour.
Crosland will stay on as a vice president, The Hour reports.
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