2014 General Election Breakdown

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Published: November 5, 2014 @ 12:21 AM EDT

In total 16 write-in votes were cast with 13 of them being in the mayoral election. The other three were for council-at-large.

In total, under 3,000 people for the 2014 general municipal election and less than 1,000 voting for the Board Of Education (BOE).

WARDDISTRICTCARL HOKANSONMICHAEL YAKUBOV
1
1
155
348
139
255
2
193
116
2
1
242
469
125
273
2
227
148
3
1
99
253
61
223
2
154
162
4
1
116
250
101
212
2
134
111
5
1
74
217
137
411
2
143
274
TOTAL
1,537
1,374

Carl Hokanson won 7 out of the 10 districts with Michael Yakubov winning in Ward 3-District 2 and his ward, the 5th, by almost a 2-to-1 margin.

WARDDISTRICTCHARLENE STOREYRICHARD TEMPLETON, III
1
1
145
325
134
254
2
180
120
2
1
211
400
131
286
2
189
155
3
1
85
213
53
215
2
128
162
4
1
99
217
101
212
2
118
111
5
1
71
208
118
340
2
137
222
TOTAL
1,363
1,307

Charlene Storey won 6 out to the 10 districts, losing in Ward 3-District 2 as well as Ward 4-District 1. Richard Templeton won the 5th Ward entirely.

WARDDISTRICTPATRICIA JORDANEUGENE MEOLA
1
1
120
213
159
332
2
93
173
TOTAL
213
332

Eugene Meola won both districts in the First Ward.

The election breakdowns showed that the 2nd Ward was crucial for a victory in both the mayoral as well as council-at-large election and that both Michael Yakubov and Richard Templeton had strongholds in the 5th Ward, Mr. Yakubov’s current ward.