Friday, September 28, 2007

Precinct Results of the Preliminary Municipal Election on 9/25/07

Here are the unofficial precinct-by-precinct results from Tuesday's preliminary municipal election for the Allston-Brighton District 9 City Council seat. The City of Boston does not publish the unofficial results on their website; the official results will be available next week, and will eventually make it onto their website (possibly after the November election).

I've put the results into two tables: the first one has the number of votes per candidate in each precinct; the second has the percentage of vote for each candidate in each precinct. They are preceded by a map of District 9's wards and precincts.

"N_reg" is the number of registered voters in that precinct
"N_vote" is the number of valid votes cast in that precinct
"%Vote" is the percentage of registered voters casting a valid vote

Read this accompanying post for an analysis of what these precinct-by-precinct numbers mean.






Allston-Brighton District 9 City Council Election Results
Preliminary Municipal Election -- September 25, 2007
Number of Votes Per Candidate
WardPrecN_regN_vote%VoteCiommoGlennonHanlonJennerSchofieldSelvig
213153134 2.29580120
214111436 3.24351202
215129138 2.953131115
216111614513.06618220363
217134963 4.7165721716
218154524 1.62360121
219169493 5.5124370283
2110121316013.26031143448
2111153382 5.33011180185
2112159527817.4751472232110
2113196154227.61423032455711
211486831 3.64260190
2115121938 3.17170194
2116157418011.4996221466
221188030216.199842927017
222179125914.575413128525
223156825416.2101405603918
224110722420.262552436316
22587511312.93839151164
22685812714.85412270304
227139019814.27034230629
228135024117.946453914367
229131513210.036103402824
2210150928719.0124454015819
221196620621.39828181565
2212100725325.19373381408
221387118120.86973210153
Total36090452112.51406125057628965293




Allston-Brighton District 9 City Council Election Results
Preliminary Municipal Election -- September 25, 2007
Percentage of Vote Per Candidate
WardPrecN_regN_vote%VoteCiommoGlennonHanlonJennerSchofieldSelvig
213153134 2.226.514.723.5 0.035.3 0.0
214111436 3.211.1 8.313.9 2.855.6 5.6
215129138 2.913.2 7.934.2 2.628.913.2
216111614513.045.512.415.2 0.024.8 2.1
217134963 4.725.4 7.911.1 3.227.025.4
218154524 1.6 8.312.525.0 0.050.0 4.2
219169493 5.512.946.2 7.5 0.030.1 3.2
2110121316013.237.519.4 8.8 1.927.5 5.0
2111153382 5.336.613.422.0 0.022.0 6.1
2112159527817.427.052.9 7.9 1.1 7.6 3.6
2113196154227.626.255.9 4.4 0.910.5 2.0
211486831 3.612.9 6.519.4 0.061.3 0.0
2115121938 3.118.4 2.618.4 0.050.010.5
2116157418011.4 5.053.312.2 0.625.6 3.3
221188030216.132.827.8 9.6 0.723.2 5.6
222179125914.529.015.812.0 0.832.8 9.7
223156825416.239.815.722.0 0.015.4 7.1
224110722420.227.724.610.7 1.328.1 7.1
22587511312.933.634.513.3 0.914.2 3.5
22685812714.842.5 9.421.3 0.023.6 3.1
227139019814.235.417.211.6 0.031.3 4.5
228135024117.919.118.716.2 0.417.827.8
229131513210.027.3 7.625.8 0.021.218.2
2210150928719.043.215.713.9 0.320.2 6.6
221196620621.347.613.6 8.7 0.527.2 2.4
2212100725325.136.828.915.0 0.415.8 3.2
221387118120.838.140.311.6 0.0 8.3 1.7
Total36090452112.531.127.612.7 0.621.3 6.5




NOTE: at least one person has reported a problem with the formatting, in that some of the right-hand columns appear missing. If you have such a problem, please email me and tell me what operating system (MS Windows, Mac OS X, linux) and browser (IE, firefox, opera, konqueror) you are using. Later today or over the weekend I will post a PDF version and link to it for easier printing.

3 comments:

Ellen said...

Brian Golden left for Newton awhile ago
http://www.ci.newton.ma.us/assessors2003/Interactivemap.asp?id=61012+0007

BUT
He still owns 2 properties here, as an absentee landlord... one of which shows still getting the residential exemption, but, in all fairness, this could be incorrect on the website. Perhaps we should ask him....

http://www.cityofboston.gov/assessing/search/default.asp?mode=reval&pid=2200082000

AND

http://www.cityofboston.gov/assessing/search/default.asp?mode=reval&pid=2204300000

Michael Pahre said...

Har! Great tip on the continuing residential exemption!

-Mike

Ellen said...

Seems to me cracking down on the residential exemptions would be an effective way to help increase city revenues. A landlord on Hobson St.
http://www.cityofboston.gov/assessing/search/default.asp?mode=reval&pid=2202975000
has not lived at that property for at least 15 years (& probably longer than that).
Why can't something be done about this, especially with the tax increases we have all been getting?
The mentality around here seems to be "whatever works best for me & whatever I can get away with..."

It is so disheartening.