Note: The listed results were updated on Nov. 11 to reflect absentee and military ballots received after Election Day.
By Colin Killian, Public Communications Manager
Incumbent Elizabeth Cunha was re-elected to the Place 4 city council seat with 56.3 percent of the vote. Incumbent Dennis Maloney (45.5%) and David Levine (38.2%) advance to a Dec. 14 runoff for Place 6 — pending city council approval of the run-off ordinance. Maloney will continue to serve until the seat is filled.
The two city charter amendments pertaining to city council financial interests and those of their contributors passed with almost 90 percent of the vote. A third amendment that would have moved city elections to odd-numbered years was rejected by about 64 percent of the voters.
Early and absentee votes and all 24 vote centers have been counted. A total of 67 absentee and military ballots are outstanding. Absentee ballots will be counted if postmarked by today and received Wednesday. Military ballots will be counted through Nov. 8.
The city council will canvass the votes on Nov. 11.
ALL 24 VOTING CENTERS reporting
CUNHA IS RE-ELECTED
|Elizabeth Cunha (i)||3,273||56.3 %|
|William Wright||2,545||43.8 %|
MALONEY, LEVINE ADVANCE TO DEC. 14 RUNOFF
|Dennis Maloney (i)||2,619||45.5 %|
|Marie-Anne Mousseau-Holland||939||16.3 %|
|David Levine||2,198||38.2 %|
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