Election day gold, silver and bronze

This is the first of a series of posts in the coming days that will analyze the numbers from this Tuesday’s election. This post looks at which candidates finished first, second or third in each of the city’s 33 precincts. The first entry (“1-1″) identifies the ward and precinct. That’s followed by the last name of the candidate who finished first along with that candidate’s vote total within the precinct. The same information is repeated for the second and third place finishers. At the end of each line, the name of the polling place for that precinct is listed. At the very end of the post, I’ll summarize the results:

1-1 Mercier (156) – Kennedy (123) – Elliott (121) – High Street Firehouse
1-2 Mercier (633) – Kennedy (560) – Milinazzo (546) – Reilly School
1-3 Milinazzo (505) – Mercier (461) – Kennedy (446) – Reilly School

2-1 Mercier (52) – Samaras (51) – Martin (47) – Tsongas Center
2-2 Nuon (109) – Mercier (105) – Kennedy (95) – Tsongas Center
2-3 Mitchell (210) – Hargis (189) – Mercier (133) – Tsongas Center

3-1 Gitschier (151) – Mercier (150) – Elliott (135) – Bailey School
3-2 Nuon (122) – Mercier (94) – Pech (89) – Bailey School
3-3 Nuon (124) – Mercier (102) – Kennedy (99) – Morey School

4-1 Nuon (210) – Mercier (196) – Pech (180) – Morey School
4-2 Nuon (124) – Pech (89) – Mercier (88) – VFW Plain St
4-3 Nuon (104) – Mercier (84) – Kennedy (77) – Rogers School

5-1 Mercier (188) – Rourke (173) – Elliott (167) – McAvinnue School
5-2 Mercier (148) – Elliott (116) – Kennedy (101) – Polish American Vets
5-3 Mercier (242) – Elliott (208) – Milinazzo (186) – Greenhalge School

6-1 Mercier (287) – Elliott (257) – Rourke (248) – McAvinnue School
6-2 Mercier (316) – Elliott (281) – Rourke (251) – Pawtucketville Memorial
6-3 Mercier (302) – Elliott (278) – Rourke (259) – Elks Club

7-1 Mercier (124) – Kennedy (101) – Elliott (100) – Senior Center
7-2 Nuon (109) – Pech (90) – Mercier (75) – Senior Center
7-3 Nuon (127) – Pech (92) – Mercier (69) – Senior Center

8-1 Mercier (144) – Elliott (123) TIE Kennedy(123) – Pine St Firehouse
8-2 Mercier (195) – Gitschier (175) – Elliott (174) – Daley School
8-3 Elliott (371) TIE Gitschier (371) – Mercier (369) – Daley School

9-1 Mercier (165) – Elliott (139) – Kennedy (132) – Polish-American Vets
9-2 Mercier (284) – Rourke (250) – Elliott (225) – Robinson School
9-3 Mercier (187) – Rourke (178) – Lorrey (157) – Robinson School

10-1 Mercier (166) – Elliott (150) – Kennedy (139) – VFW Plain St
10-2 Mercier (109) – Elliott (89) – Kennedy (83) – Lawrence St Firehouse
10-3 Mercier (88) – Mendonca (85) – Mitchell (55) – St Anthony’s Hall

11-1 Mercier (155) – Elliott (139) – Milinazzo (131) – Shaughnessy School
11-2 Mercier (230) – Elliott (207) – Kennedy (179) – J G Pyne School
11-3 Mercier (244) – Elliott (210) TIE Kennedy (210) – J G Pyne School

Summary

Rita Mercier (1st place) finished first in 21 precincts, second in 7 precincts, and third in 5 precincts

Rodney Elliott (2nd place) finished first in 1 precinct, second in 12 precincts, and third in 6 precincts

Ed Kennedy (3rd place) finished second in 4 precincts and third in 10 precincts

Dan Rourke (4th place) finished second in 3 precincts and third in 3 precincts

Jim Milinazzo (5th place) finished first in 1 precinct and third in 3 precincts

Bill Samaras (6th place) finished second in 1 precinct

Bill Martin (8th place) finished third in 1 precinct

Marty Lorrey (10th place) finished third in 1 precinct

Joe Mendonca (11th place) finished second in 1 precinct

Derek Mitchell (12th place) finished first in 1 precinct and third in 1 precinct

Eric Gitschier (13th place) finished first in 2 precincts and second in 1 precinct

Stacie Hargis (14th place) finished second in 1 precinct

Vesna Nuon (15th place) finished first in 8 precincts

Van Pech (16th place) finished second in 3 precincts and third in 2 precincts

3 thoughts on “Election day gold, silver and bronze”

  1. Thank you. Thank you Mr. Howe for this excellent information. Your tireless efforts are greatly appreciated.

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