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Waterbury, Connecticut election, 2019

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Registered52,417[1][2]
Turnout20.83%
 
Candidate Neil O'Leary Ray Work
Party Democratic Republican
Popular vote 7,492 2,169
Percentage 68.6% 19.9%

O'Leary:      70-80%      60-70%

Mayor before election

Neil O'Leary
Democratic

Elected Mayor

Neil O'Leary
Democratic

The 2019 Waterbury, Connecticut mayoral election was held on November 5, 2019. Incumbent mayor Neil O'Leary defeated Republican challenger Ray Work.

General election

General election results[2]
Party Candidate Votes %
Democratic Neil O'Leary (incumbent) 7,492 68.61
Republican Ray Work 2,169 19.86
Independent Vernon R. Matthews Jr. 636 5.82
Petitioning Keisha M. Gilliams 128 3.92
Write-in Tyler M. McElrath 128 1.79
Write-in Roberta M. Crispino 0 0
Turnout 10,920 20.83
Results by Voting District[2]
Voting District O'Leary Work Matthews Gilliams Others Total
Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes % Votes %
1 1,705 71.5% 503 21.1% 112 4.7% 53 2.2% 11 0.5% 2,384
2 1,174 67.7% 252 14.51% 138 8.0% 109 6.3% 62 3.6% 1,735
3 1,872 66.1% 686 24.2% 156 5.5% 78 2.8% 41 1.4% 2,833
4 1,855 57.2% 567 20.5% 160 5.8% 127 4.6% 51 1.8% 2,760
5 886 72.3% 161 13.3% 70 5.8% 61 5.0% 30 2.5% 1,208

References

  1. ^ "Public Reporting". Secretary of the State of Connecticut. Retrieved 13 November 2019.
  2. ^ a b c "2019 Mayoral Election Results" (PDF). City of Waterbury, CT. Retrieved 13 November 2019.