Results From Newton Elections Reported
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Results From Newton Elections Reported

Learn more about each of the candidates elected here.

The unofficials results from the Newton Nov. 5 elections were released beginning at 8 p.m. on Tuesday the City of Newton website. The polls opened at 7 a.m. and closed at 8 p.m.

Ward 1

Maria Scibelli Greenberg won the Ward 1 councilor election by receiving 798 votes. Greenberg defeated Allan L. Ciccone by 347 votes.

Allan L. Ciccone Jr. and Alison Leary each won a councilor-at-large seat for Ward 1, with Ciccone Jr. receiving 7,832 votes and Leary receiving 7,690 votes. They ran unopposed.

Bridget F. Ray-Canada won the Ward 1 school committee election by receiving 7,081 votes. Ray-Canada ran unopposed.

Ward 2

Emily Norton won the Ward 2 councilor election by receiving 1,407 votes. Norton defeated Bryan P. Barash by 94 votes. 

Jacob D. Auchincloss and Susan S. Albright each won a councilor-at-large seat for Ward 2, with Auchincloss receiving 7,798 votes and Albright earning 7,674 votes. Albright defeated Tarik J. Lucas by a margin of 2,462 votes. 

Margaret L. Albright won the Ward 2 school committee election by receiving 7,174 votes. Albright ran unopposed.

Ward 3

Julia Malakie won the Ward 3 councilor election by receiving 1,119 votes. Malakie defeated Carolina D. Ventura by 221 votes. 

Andrea W. Kelley and Pamela A. Wright each won a councilor-at-large seat for Ward 3, with Kelley receiving 8,174 votes and Wright receiving 6,129 votes. Wright defeated the next closest candidate, James R. Cote, by a margin of 676 votes. 

Anping Shen won the Ward 3 school committee election by receiving 7,047 votes. Shen ran unopposed.

Ward 4

C.J. Markiewicz won the Ward 4 councilor election by receiving 990 votes. Markiewicz ran unopposed.

Leonard J. Gentile and Joshua Krintzman each won a councilor-at-large seat for Ward 4. Gentile received 7,189 votes and Krintzman received 6,989 votes. They ran unopposed.

Tamika Olszewski won the Ward 4 school committee election by receiving 8,612 votes. Olszewski defeated Alexander Koifman by 5,926 votes. 

Ward 5

W. Bishop Humphrey won the Ward 5 councilor election by receiving 974 votes. Humphrey defeated Kathryn K. Winters by 34 votes.

Deborah J. Crossley and Andreae Downs each won a councilor-at-large seat for Ward 5—Crossley got 7,935 votes and Downs received 7,774. Downs defeated the next closest candidate, Paul Edward Coletti, by a margin of 2,562 votes. 

Emily Rachel Prenner won the Ward 5 school committee election by receiving 8,482 votes. Prenner defeated Lev Agranovich by 5,980 votes. 

Ward 6

Brenda Noel won the Ward 6 councilor election by receiving 1,269 votes. Noel defeated Lisa Gordon by 357 votes. 

Victoria L. Danberg and Alicia G. Bowman each won a councilor-at-large seat for Ward 6—Danberg receiving roughly 800 more votes than Bowman. Bowman defeated the next closest candidate, Greg Schwartz, by a margin of 30 votes. 

Ruth E. Goldman won the Ward 6 school committee election by receiving 7,988 votes. Goldman defeated Galina N Rosenblit by 4,928 votes. 

Ward 7

R. Lisle Baker won the Ward 7 councilor election by receiving 720 votes. Baker ran unopposed.

R. Walker Grossman and Marc Laredo won the councilor-at-large seat for Ward 7 with Grossman receiving 7,231 votes and Laredo receiving 7,051 votes. They ran unopposed.

K. Burdette Shields won the Ward 7 school committee election by receiving 6,666 votes. Shields ran unopposed.

Ward 8

Holly Ryan-Caffray won the Ward 8 councilor election by receiving 765 votes. Ryan-Caffray ran unopposed.

Richard A Lipof and David A. Kalis each won a councilor-at-large seat for Ward 8, with Lipof receiving 6,779 votes and Kalis receiving 6,710 votes. They ran unopposed.

Matthew B. Miller won the Ward 8 school committee election by receiving 7,183 votes. Miller ran unopposed.

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November 6, 2019
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