Friday, November 27, 2015

Committee of Seventy turnout update

Latest turnout update from the Committee of Seventy as of 6 p.m.:

Committee of Seventy turnout update


Latest turnout update from the Committee of Seventy as of 6 p.m.:


Here are random checks of two divisions in the districts with the most contentious Council races: First District (DiCicco seat); Second District (Verna seat); Sixth District (Krajewski seat); Seventh District (Quiñones Sánchez. v. Savage) and Eighth District (Donna Reed Miller seat).


 Ward 2, Division 1 (First Councilmanic District): 116 voters/736 registered

 Ward 39, Division 6 (First): 170 voters/506 registered

 Ward 39, Division 4 (Second Councilmanic District): 100 voters/467 registered

 Ward 39, Division 36 (Second): 64 voters/591 registered

 Ward 45, Division 23 (Sixth Councilmanic District): 112 voters/ 642 registered

 Ward 45, Division 25 (Sixth): 60 voters/542 registered

 Ward 7, Division 12 (Seventh Councilmanic District): 50 voters/895 registered

 Ward 19, Division 8 (Seventh): 67 voters/ 665 registered

 Ward 9, Division 9 (Eighth Councilmanic District): 189 voters/835 registered

 Ward 9, Division 8 (Eighth): 103 voters/482 registered


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