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North Adams & Pittsfield Election 2013 Results

Mayor Richard Alcombright was returned to a third term with a margin of 670 votes
over his opponent, former
City Councilor Robert M. Moulton Jr.
  Ward 1 Ward 2 Ward 3 Ward 4 Ward 5 Total
Alcombright  465  388  332  516  448 2,149 
Moulton  309  281  195  369  325  1,479
These results are official.

 

City Council (top 9) unofficial results
Name Ward 1  Ward 2  Ward 3  Ward 4 Ward 5 Total
Lisa Blackmer  453  406  301  535  466  2,161
Keith Bona  461  443  303  543  495  2,245
Jennifer Breen  415  373  267  457  408  1,920
Nancy Bullett  494  442  315  574  506  2,331
Eric Buddington  329  260  257  349  362  1,557
Robert Cardimino  264  222  170  277  259  1,192
Michael Hernandez  219  200  157  253  243  1,072
Benjamin Lamb  520  438  321  582  499  2,360
Kate H. Merrigan  552  472  350  619  524  2,517
Joshua Moran  483  378  260  544  434  2,099
David Robbins  352  281  201  369  343  1,546
Wayne Wilkinson  400  305  223  411  340  1,679

North Adams School Committee     McCann School Committee
  Boulger Hodgkins Moulton Vareschi   Gigliotti Rivers
Ward 1 519 405 448  328    564  536  
Ward 2 439 353 403 293   482 467
Ward 3 319 268 272 222   376 346
Ward 4 570 483 537 330   608 625
Ward 5 524 440 460 290   584 540
  2,371 1,949 2,120 1,463   2,614 2,514

North Adams City Council unofficials results, in order, were Kate Hanley Merrigan, Benjamin Lamb, Nancy Bullett, Keith Bona, Lisa Blackmer, Joshua Moran, Jennifer Breen, Wayne Wilkinson and Eric Buddington elected, with David Robbins, Robert Cardimino and Michael Hernandez rounding out the field.

Winning re-election on the School Committee were H. Putnam Boulger, John Hockridge and Mark P. Moulton, with newcomer Michele Vareschi out of the running.

Both incumbents Paul Gigliotti and Gary Rivers ran unopposed for the Northern Berkshire Vocational District School Committee.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

  Pittsfield
Ward 1

Christine Yon

Lisa Tully

 480  565
Ward 3

Nicholas Caccamo

Richard Latura

 1,013  308
Ward 6

John Krol

Joseph Nichols

 753  373
   
   
   
 
at-Large  (4) Total
Kathleen Amuso  3,889
Barry Clairmont  3,459
James Conant  1,678
Churchill Cotton  3,916
Melissa Mazzeo  4,182
Mark Miller  2,373
Donna Rivers  3,443
   
School Committee (6) Total
Joshua Cutler  3,825
Daniel Elias  4,653
Pamela Farron  4,104
Anthony Riello  4,647
Cindy Taylor  4,286
Katherine Yon  4,826
Brittany Douglas 2,964
   
   
   
   
   

 

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