Results of the 2021 Worcester Preliminary Municipal Election

 by TWIW StaffSeptember 14, 2021

WORCESTER - The City of Worcester released unofficial election results during the night of Tuesday, September 15, following its municipal primary election in the districts 1 and 5.

In both districts, the two candidates with the most votes during preliminary elections on Tuesday will be on the ballot for municipal elections on Tuesday, November 2.

In district one, the preliminary totals reported were:

  • Richard Cipro: 1,384 (51.09%)
  • David V Shea Jr.: 95 (3.51%)
  • Sean M. Rose: 1,227 (45.29%)

In district five, the preliminary totals reported are:

  • Yenni Desroches: 133 (5.99%)
  • Stephen Quist: 295 (12.28%)
  • Gregory L. Stratman: 569 (25.62%)
  • Etel Haxhiaj: 1,215 (54.71%)

The preliminary report by the City shows of 47,950 eligible voters, 4,974 voted on Tuesday, a turnout of 10.37%

In September 2019, the last time Worcester held a municipal preliminary election, 8.7% of eligible voters participated.

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