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2005 Boston City Council election

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Boston City Council elections were held on November 8, 2005. Ten seats (six district representatives and four at-large members) were contested in the general election, as the incumbents in districts 5, 7, and 8 were unopposed. Five seats (the four at-large members, and district 9) had also been contested in the preliminary election held on September 27, 2005.

At-large

Councillors Michael F. Flaherty, Felix D. Arroyo, and Stephen J. Murphy were re-elected, while the seat formerly held by Maura Hennigan was won by Sam Yoon. Hennigan did not seek re-election, as she ran for Mayor of Boston; she was defeated by incumbent Thomas Menino in the general election. Yoon became the first Asian American to hold elected office in Boston.[1]

Candidates Preliminary Election[2] General Election[3]
Votes % Votes %
Michael F. Flaherty 17,828 13.90% 49,220 17.58%
Felix D. Arroyo 15,690 12.23% 43,533 15.55%
Sam Yoon 13,165 10.27% 41,891 14.96%
Stephen J. Murphy 14,094 10.99% 35,553 12.70%
John R. Connolly 14,287 11.14% 31,629 11.30%
Matt O'Malley 12,070 9.41% 28,318 10.12%
Patricia H. White 12,895 10.05% 26,999 9.64%
Edward M. Flynn 11,092 8.65% 21,778 7.78%
Althea Garrison 4824 3.76%  
Kevin R. Mccrea 3661 2.85%  
Roy Owens 3622 2.82%  
Laura Garza 1807 1.41%  
Gregory Joseph O'Connell 1174 0.92%  
Martin J. Hogan 1031 0.80%  
Joseph Ready 675 0.53%  
Joseph Ureneck 17dagger 0.01% 133dagger 0.05%
Gibran Rivera 17dagger 0.01%  
all others 297 0.23% 874 0.31%

dagger write-in votes

District 1

General election

Councillor Paul Scapicchio was re-elected.

Candidates General Election[4]
Votes %
Paul Scapicchio 7027 86.23%
Ben Joplin 1084 13.30%
all others 38 0.47%

Special election

Scapicchio resigned his seat effective April 30, 2006, in order to join a private lobbying firm.[5] This created a vacancy that needed to be filled by a special election, which took place on June 13, 2006, with the preliminary election on May 16, 2006. Salvatore LaMattina was elected to serve the remainder of Scapicchio's term.

Candidates Special Prelim. Election[6] Special Gen. Election[7]
Votes % Votes %
Salvatore LaMattina 3336 53.26% 4229 50.85%
Daniel J. Ryan 2010 32.09% 4073 48.97%
Peter Borre 681 10.87%  
Christine Amisano 143 2.28%  
Anthony L. Dantona Sr. 64 1.02%  
John Toby Knudsen 13 0.21%  
all others 17 0.27% 15 0.18%

District 2

General election

Councillor James M. Kelly was re-elected.

Candidates General Election[8]
Votes %
James M. Kelly 7047 60.93%
Susan M. Passoni 4475 38.69%
all others 44 0.38%

Special election

Kelly died in January 2007,[9] creating a vacancy that needed to be filled by a special election, which took place on May 15, 2007, with the preliminary election on April 17, 2007. Bill Linehan was elected to serve the remainder of Kelly's term.

Candidates Special Prelim. Election[10] Special Gen. Election[11]
Votes % Votes %
Bill Linehan 1834 23.68% 4771 52.58%
Susan M. Passoni 1870 24.14% 4217 46.48%
Edward M. Flynn 1741 22.48% 52dagger 0.57%
Robert O'Shea 831 10.73%  
Brian R. Mahoney 549 7.09%  
Mary Cooney 529 6.83%  
Bob Ferrara 384 4.96%  
all others 7 0.09% 33 0.36%

dagger write-in votes

District 3

Councillor Maureen Feeney was re-elected.

Candidates General Election[12]
Votes %
Maureen Feeney 7559 80.30%
Michael J. Cote 1816 19.29%
all others 39 0.41%

District 4

Councillor Charles Yancey was re-elected.

Candidates General Election[13]
Votes %
Charles Yancey 6724 88.52%
J. R. Rucker 851 11.20%
Jaha Hughes 4dagger 0.05%
all others 17 0.22%

dagger write-in votes

District 5

Councillor Robert Consalvo ran unopposed and was re-elected.

Candidates General Election[14]
Votes %
Robert Consalvo 8844 98.86%
all others 102 1.14%

District 6

Councillor John M. Tobin Jr. was re-elected.

Candidates General Election[15]
Votes %
John M. Tobin Jr. 10,194 63.80%
Gibran Rivera 5741 35.93%
all others 42 0.26%

District 7

Councillor Chuck Turner ran unopposed and was re-elected.

Candidates General Election[16]
Votes %
Chuck Turner 6628 98.81%
all others 80 1.19%

District 8

Councillor Michael P. Ross ran unopposed and was re-elected.

Candidates General Election[17]
Votes %
Michael P. Ross 4409 97.29%
all others 123 2.71%

District 9

Councillor Jerry P. McDermott was re-elected.

Candidates Preliminary Election[18] General Election[19]
Votes % Votes %
Jerry P. McDermott 2145 66.22% 4144 68.19%
Paul F. Creighton Jr. 848 26.18% 1877 30.89%
Daniel Kontoff 235 7.26%  
all others 11 0.34% 56 0.92%

See also

References

  1. ^ Allis, Sam (December 18, 2005). "The New Kid". The Boston Globe.
  2. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON PRELIMINARY MUNICIPAL ELECTION - SEPTEMBER 27, 2005 CITY COUNCILLOR AT LARGE" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  3. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON MUNICIPAL ELECTION - NOVEMBER 8, 2005 CITY COUNCILLOR AT LARGE" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  4. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON MUNICIPAL ELECTION - NOVEMBER 8, 2005 CITY COUNCILLOR DISTRICT 1" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  5. ^ "Scapicchio set to leave council". The Daily Free Press. Boston University. March 2, 2006. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  6. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON SPECIAL PRELIMINARY MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MAY 16, 2006 CITY COUNCILLOR DISTRICT 1" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  7. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - JUNE 13, 2006 CITY COUNCILLOR DISTRICT 1" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  8. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON MUNICIPAL ELECTION - NOVEMBER 8, 2005 CITY COUNCILLOR DISTRICT 2" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  9. ^ Lovett, Chris (January 10, 2007). "Jim Kelly: Identity and Politics". Civic Boston. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  10. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON SPECIAL PRELIMINARY MUNICIPAL ELECTION - APRIL 17, 2007 CITY COUNCILLOR DISTRICT 2" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  11. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON SPECIAL MUNICIPAL ELECTION - MAY 15, 2007 CITY COUNCILLOR DISTRICT 2" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  12. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON MUNICIPAL ELECTION - NOVEMBER 8, 2005 CITY COUNCILLOR DISTRICT 3" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  13. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON MUNICIPAL ELECTION - NOVEMBER 8, 2005 CITY COUNCILLOR DISTRICT 4" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  14. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON MUNICIPAL ELECTION - NOVEMBER 8, 2005 CITY COUNCILLOR DISTRICT 5" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  15. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON MUNICIPAL ELECTION - NOVEMBER 8, 2005 CITY COUNCILLOR DISTRCT 6" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  16. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON MUNICIPAL ELECTION - NOVEMBER 8, 2005 CITY COUNCILLOR DISTRICT 7" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  17. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON MUNICIPAL ELECTION - NOVEMBER 8, 2005 CITY COUNCILLOR DISTRICT 8" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  18. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON PRELIMINARY MUNICIPAL ELECTION - SEPTEMBER 27, 2005 CITY COUNCILLOR DISTRICT 9" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.
  19. ^ "CITY OF BOSTON MUNICIPAL ELECTION - NOVEMBER 8, 2005 CITY COUNCILLOR DISTRICT 9" (PDF). cityofboston.gov. Retrieved February 19, 2018.

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