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The following are the results from the November 5, 2013 Election Day. Congratulations to all of the candidates for their hard work and dedication to the City of Holyoke!

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Mayor

> Alex Morse (Inc.) 5,274  (54%)

Jeffrey Stanek 4,425  (46%)

 

City Clerk

> Brenna Murphy McGee 5,055  (57%)

Louise Bisson 3,740  (43%)

 

*City Treasurer

Jon D. Lumbra

 

City Council at Large

> Kevin Jourdain (Inc.) 4,983  (11%)

> Peter Tallman (Inc.) 4,929  (11%)

> Joseph McGiverin (Inc.) 4,768  (10%)

> Rebecca Lisi (Inc.) 4,327  (9%)

> James Leahy (Inc.) 4,242  (9%)

> Daniel Bresnahan (Inc.) 3,734  (8%)

> Jennifer Chateauneuf 3,649  (8%)

> Howard Greany, Jr. 3,648  (8%)

John Whelihan 3,557  (8%)

Mimi Panitch 3,152  (7%)

Mark Riffenburg 2,771  (6%)

Richard Purcell 1,717  (4%)

Amell Pou 879  (2%)

 

City Council, Ward 1

> Gladys Lebron-Martinez (Inc.) 522  (79%)

Debra Bowie 142  (21%)

*City Council, Ward 2

Anthony Soto

*City Council, Ward 3

David Bartley

City Council, Ward 4

> Jossie Valentin 608  (74%)

L. Dorothea MacNeil 213  (26%)

City Council, Ward 5

> Linda Vacon (Inc.) 1,257  (66%)

Yasser Menwer 654  (34%)

*City Council, Ward 6

Todd A. McGee

City Council, Ward 7

> Gordon Alexander (Inc.) 1,004  (50%)

Alan Fletcher 995  (50%)

 

*School Committee at Large

Devin M. Sheehan

*School Committee, Ward 1

Mildred I. Lefebvre

*School Committee, Ward 2 

R. Tensley Williams

School Committee, Ward 3

> Dennis Birks (Inc.) 917  (64%)

Matthew Stark 516  (36%)

School Committee, Ward 4

> Cesar Lopez (Inc.) 471  (60%)

Christine Alger 319  (40%)

School Committee, Ward 5

> John Brunelle 1,147  (64%)

Kellie Pond 640  (36%)

School Committee, Ward 6

> William Collamore (Inc.) 753  (63%)

Joshua Gargia 444  (37%)

School Committee, Ward 7

> Erin Brunelle 1,437  (80%)

John Bandelan III 367  (20%)

 

Non-Binding Question 1: Should the City of Holyoke have a resort-style casino?

> No 5,645  (61%)

Yes 3,536  (39%)

 

Non-Binding Question 2: Should the City of Holyoke have a needle exchange program?

> No 4,623  (51%)

Yes 4,433  (49%)

 

State Senate – 2nd Hampden Hampshire District

>Don Humason (R) 19,399  (50%)

David Bartley (D) 19,146  (50%)

 

* – uncontested


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