Framingham Election Results 2017

Pam Richardson won the District 2 City Council race. Richardson, a former state legislator, School Committee member and Town Meeting member, defeated Jeanne Bullock by a vote of 1,241 to 752, or 55% to 33%. There were 17 write-ins and 248 blanks.

I’ll be posting results by precinct when I have them. Meanwhile, I do have Precinct 5 results:

Mayor
Yvonne Spicer 708
John Stefanini 517

Spicer won overall 9,128 to 6,455 to become Framingham’s new mayor.

At-Large City Council results in Precinct 5

Cheryl Tully Stoll 660
George King 599
Christine Long 594
Pablo Maia 95

The overall Framingham results for At-Large City Council

Cheryl Tully Stoll 8,391
George King 6,864
Christine Long 6,844
Pablo Maia 1,583

District

District 1 - Charlie Sisitsky 1,391 - Joseph Norton 1,291

District 3 - Adam Steiner 1,504 - Joel Winett 798

District 4 - Michael Cannon 1,047 - Amanda Page Shepard 711

District 5 - Dennis Giombetti 801 - Robert Case 761

District 6 - Michael Rossi 871 - Philip Ottaviani Jr 849

District 7 - M. Basilio Shepard 587 - William Lynch 454

District 8 - Judith Grove 542 - Steven Croci 451

District 9 - Edgardo Torres 252 - William LaBarge 161

(Because District 2 did not have a contested School Committee race, I’m not covering School Committee results. However, you should be able to find official results on the Town Clerk’s website.)

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