Milford Democrats swept the state races in Tuesday night\u2019s elections, taking the state senate and three state representative seats.Incumbent State Sen. Gayle Slossberg won in the 14th District. Incumbent Paul Davis, who was running unopposed, took the 117th state representative seat, incumbent Kim Rose took the 118th district seat, and James Moroney, who was running against Republican Pam Staneski for Richard Roy\u2019s seat in the 119th district, won that race. \u201cIt looks like we\u2019ve had a wonderful night in Milford tonight,\u201d Slossberg said, adding that the win tells her that the work she\u2019s been doing in Hartford matters to people.\u201cThank you for the next two years and I promise to work each and every day for you,\u201d she said.\u201cI\u2019m in,\u201d Rose said after the numbers were in on the 118th district, \u201cand I couldn\u2019t be happier. My heart goes out to all the people who suffered losses in the storm in my district and still got out to vote for me.\u201dRose sits on the state\u2019s storm task force and she said that after Sandy, there are some new recommendations and suggestions she\u2019d like to bring to the table.Maroney took the 119th district seat in a race that Democratic Town Committee Chairman Rich Smith thought might be tough. Smith said the seat should have gone to a Republican because it\u2019s in a heavily Republican district; while the race was close, Smith said hard work made Maroney the winner.Maroney, as the newest member of the Milford delegation, received overwhelming applause when he stepped to the microphone at Democratic headquarters Tuesday night.\u201cI pledge to work hard and not let you down,\u201d Maroney said.Look for more photos and coverage of your local election later this week at milfordmirror.com.