FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Selectman Charlie Sisitsky received the most votes in a 4-way race for District 1 City Councilor Tuesday.
Sisitsky now advances to the November 7 ballot against Zoning Board of Appeals member and Town Meeting member Joseph Norton, who finished second.
Sisitsky received 947 votes in District 1, comprised of Precincts 1 and 2.
Norton was second overall with 615 votes.
Heather Celeste Bachman, who did very little campaigning, was third with 178 votes. Town Meeting member Gerald Bloomfield, who does not have an email address nor a cell phone, was fourth with 92 votes. There were 120 blanks.
Sisitsky won both Precincts 1 and 2 yesterday.
“I was very pleased with the results and thank the voters of District 1 for their support of my candidacy and I look forward to the opportunity to continue the dialogue as we approach a very historic election in Framingham,” said Sisitsky.
In Precinct 1, Sisitsky received 485 votes to Norton’s 289 votes.
Bachman was third with 84 votes, and Bloomfield ahd 58 votes.
In Precinct 2, Sisitsky received 462 votes.
Norton was a strong second with 326 votes.
Precinct 1 had 968 voters or a 33 percent turnout.
Precinct 2 has 995 voters, the second highest among the 18 precincts. The turnout was 31 percent.
Source ran profiles and a Q&A with each candidate this month. Click below to read more about the two candidates moving on.
- Click here for a candidate’s profile and a Q&A with Norton
- Click here for a candidate’s profile and a Q&A with Sisitsky