|TIMOTHY N SCHOFIELD||2061||63.79%|
|ROBERT B McCARTHY||602||18.63%|
Allston-Brighton's historically low turnout, however, means that Schofield will have difficulty holding onto this lead. While Boston's total number of votes cast was 3203, Belmont already 2858 votes cast as of 3 pm -- with around 4400 expected by the time the polls closed at 8 pm.
State representative Will Brownsberger of Belmont is the favorite to get the lion's share of those Belmont votes.