Framingham Election Results by Precinct

Highlights

  • Yvonne Spicer won convincingly, carrying 8 of 9 districts (and she only missed in District 8 by 39 votes)
  • George King edged Christine Long by just 21 votes for the second At Large City Council seat, despite Long’s 209-vote victory in Precinct 2
  • Michael Rossi edged Philip Ottaviani by 22 votes for District 6 City Council

District 2 City Council

Pam Richardson: 1,241 votes (62.3%)
Jeanne I. Bullock: 752 votes (37.7%)

Mayor

Yvonne Spicer: 9,128 votes (58.6%)
John Stefanini: 6,457 votes (41.4%)

Spicer won 8 of 9 districts, and only lost District 8 by 39 votes.

Mayoral vote by precinct

At-Large City Council

The closest city-wide race of the night by far was the battle for the second At-Large City Council seat. Cheryl Tully Stoll won the first seat handily with 8,391 votes, but George King just edged out Christine Long by 21 votes.

Long won Precinct 2 overall, and topped King there by 209 votes. King’s strongest precinct in the race for the second At-Large spot was Precinct 7, where he had a margin of 120 votes. After that, the contest got very close, with the difference between the two 10 votes or less in 8 precincts.

Cheryl Tully Stoll: 8,393 votes
George P. King, Jr.: 6,865 votes
Christine A. Long: 6,844 votes
Pablo Maia: 1,583 votes

Here’s a look specifically at King vs. Long last night:

And here are all the results for At Large City Council:

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Other District City Council Races

District 1



District 3



District 4



District 5



District 6



District 7



District 8



District 9

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 Framingham website.

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