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1995 Boston City Council election

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Boston City Council elections were held on November 7, 1995. Ten seats (six district representatives and four at-large members) were contested in the general election, as the incumbents for districts 2, 5, and 8 ran unopposed. Nine seats (five districts and the four at-large members) had also been contested in the preliminary election held on September 19, 1995.

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At-large

Councillors Dapper O'Neil, Richard P. Iannella, and Peggy Davis-Mullen were re-elected. Councillor John A. Nucci, who had been elected Suffolk County clerk of courts in November 1994,[1] did not seek re-election;[2] his seat was won by former Boston Police Commissioner Francis Roache.

Candidates[3] Preliminary Election[4] General Election[5]
Votes % Votes %
Francis Roache 18,963 13.5% 30,985 16.2%
Dapper O'Neil 22,333 15.9% 30,524 15.9%
Richard P. Iannella 17,970 12.8% 28,431 14.8%
Peggy Davis-Mullen 17,964 12.8% 23,913 12.5%
Stephen J. Murphydagger 14,255 10.1% 21,571 11.3%
Michael F. Flaherty 14,368 10.2% 20,215 10.5%
Frank N. Jones 6960 5.0% 20,047 10.5%
Paul J. Gannon 11,724 8.3% 16,012 8.4%
Anthony Crayton 5299 3.8%  
Joseph P. Donnelly 3188 2.3%  
Dick Czubinski 1885 1.3%  
Edgar Williams Jr. 1568 1.1%  
Anthony L. Dantona 1372 1.0%  
Matthew D. Malloy 1359 1.0%  
Maceo Carl Dixon 1334 0.9%  

dagger Richard P. Iannella was elected Register of Probate of Suffolk County in November 1996, and subsequently resigned his council seat; Stephen J. Murphy, who had finished fifth in the general election for four seats, joined the council in February 1997 and served the remainder of Iannella's term.[6]

District 1

Councillor Diane J. Modica was re-elected.

Candidates[7] Preliminary Election[8] General Election[9]
Votes % Votes %
Diane J. Modica 4085 83.9% 5617 85.0%
Vincent F. Zarrilli 519 10.7% 995 15.0%
John Hugo 265 5.4%  

District 2

Councillor James M. Kelly ran unopposed and was re-elected.

Candidates[7] General Election[9]
Votes %
James M. Kelly 7044 100%

District 3

Councillor Maureen Feeney was re-elected.

Candidates[7] General Election[9]
Votes %
Maureen Feeney 5633 83.3%
W. Scott Rae 1132 16.7%

District 4

Councillor Charles Yancey was re-elected.

Candidates[7] Preliminary Election[8] General Election[9]
Votes % Votes %
Charles Yancey 1189 65.5% 2646 65.1%
Vikki Middleton 564 31.1% 1419 34.9%
J. R. Rucker 63 3.5%  

District 5

Councillor Daniel F. Conley ran unopposed and was re-elected.

Candidates[7] General Election[9]
Votes %
Daniel F. Conley 6433 100%

District 6

Councillor Maura Hennigan was re-elected.

Candidates[7] Preliminary Election[8] General Election[9]
Votes % Votes %
Maura Hennigan 4439 49.8% 5970 57.4%
John M. Tobin Jr. 2496 28.0% 4425 42.6%
David Vaughn 1495 16.8%  
Francis X. Stone 482 5.4%  

District 7

Councillor Gareth R. Saunders was re-elected.

Candidates[7] Preliminary Election[8] General Election[9]
Votes % Votes %
Gareth R. Saunders 1262 55.4% 2361 62.1%
Althea Garrison 553 24.3% 1441 37.9%
Roy A. Owens 254 11.2%  
Moses E. Wilson Jr. 209 9.2%  

District 8

Councillor Thomas M. Keane Jr. ran unopposed and was re-elected.

Candidates[7] General Election[9]
Votes %
Thomas M. Keane Jr. 2021 100%

District 9

Councillor Brian J. McLaughlin announced in March 1995 that he would not seek re-election;[10] his seat was won by Brian Honan.

Candidates[7] Preliminary Election[8] General Election[9]
Votes % Votes %
Brian Honan 1610 33.8% 3553 51.6%
Jerry P. McDermott 1723 36.2% 3332 48.4%
Cathleen E. Campbell 1066 22.4%  
Stephen Montgomery 359 7.5%  

See also

References

  1. ^ Walker, Adrian (December 20, 1994). "City Council head calls for Nucci to quit in light of clerk job Kelly slams decision to hold two posts". The Boston Globe. p. 34. Retrieved March 5, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  2. ^ Aucoin, Don (March 17, 1995). "Rival sues to get Nucci to quit one of his posts". The Boston Globe. p. 23. Retrieved March 5, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  3. ^ Walker, Adrian (September 19, 1995). "Hub's council hopefuls face off today In an off-year preliminary election". The Boston Globe. p. 17. Retrieved March 4, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  4. ^ "O'Neil tops council vote; Roache 2d". The Boston Globe. September 20, 1995. p. 1. Retrieved March 4, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  5. ^ "City Council final election". The Boston Globe. November 8, 1995. p. 1. Retrieved March 4, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  6. ^ Flint, Anthony (February 3, 1997). "Persevering candidate finally sworn in as city councilor". The Boston Globe. p. B.3. Retrieved March 5, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  7. ^ a b c d e f g h i "A guide to Boston's municipal election on Nov. 7". The Boston Globe. October 29, 1995. p. 8. Retrieved March 4, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  8. ^ a b c d e "Boston City Council preliminary election". The Boston Globe. September 20, 1995. p. 27. Retrieved March 4, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.[permanent dead link]
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i "District City Councilor final election". The Boston Globe. November 8, 1995. p. 24. Retrieved March 4, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.
  10. ^ Walker, Adrian (March 27, 1995). "Allston councilor won't seek 7th term". The Boston Globe. p. 16. Retrieved March 5, 2018 – via pqarchiver.com.

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