And the winner is...

Election Results 2012

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STATE BOND ISSUES


Question 1 - State Constitutional Approval: Gaming at Twin River

Yes ...71/0%
No ...29.0%

Question 2 - State Constitutional Approval: Gaming at Newport Grand

Yes  ...66.7%
No ...33.3%


Question 3 - Higher Education Facilities Bond: $50 Million

Yes ...66.0%

No ...34.0%

Question 4 - Veterans' Home Bonds: $94 Million

Yes ...77.1%
No ...22.9%

Question 5 - Clean Water Finance Agency Bonds: $20 Million


Yes ...73.6%
No ...26.4%

Question 6 - Environmental Management Bonds: $20 Million


Yes ...69.7%

No ...30.3%

Question 7 - Affordable Housing Bonds: $25 Million


Yes ...61.3%
No ...38.7%


STATEWIDE


U.S. SENATE

Sheldon Whitehouse (D) ...64.4%
Barry Hinckley (R) ...35.4%


U.S. CONGRESS

District 1

David Cicilline (D) ...52.2%
Brendan Doherty (R) ...41.5%
David Vogel (I) ...6.1%

District 2

Jim Langevin (D) ...55.5%
Michael Riley (R) ...35.2%
Abel Collins (I) ...9.2%


WARWICK (As of 11:30 p.m. on Nov. 6; 34/35 precincts reporting)

MAYOR

Scott Avedisian (R) ...81.1%
John Kirby (I) ...18.6%


CITY COUNCIL

Ward 1

Steven Colantuono (R)...50.1%

Sharon Jesse-Ahearn (D)...49.7%

Ward 4

Joseph Solomon (D) ...60.9%
Michael Penta (R) ...38.9%

Ward 5

Edgar Ladouceur (D) ...55.2%
Danny Hall (R) ...44.5%

Ward 6


Donna Travis (D) ...66.6%
Catharine Leach (R) ...33.2%

Ward 7

Charles Donovan (D) ...46.7%
Al Gemma (I) ...33.7%
William Russo (I) ...19.5%

Ward 8


Joseph Gallucci (D) ...63.0%
Lyn Jennings (R) ...36.7%


STATE SENATOR

District 30


William Walaska (D) ...61.0%
Keith Burkitt (R) ...22.2%
Arthur "Jack" Groh (I) ...16.6%


STATE REPRESENTATIVE

District 23

John Falkowski (R) ...31.8%
K. Joseph Shekarchi (D) ...67.8%

Dsitrict 26

Patricia Morgan (R) ...51.9%
Nicholas Denice (D) ...47.9%

District 27

Patricia Serpa (D) ...68.0%
Kyle Pendola (R) ...31.9%


SCHOOL COMMITTEE

City-wide

Patrick Maloney ...20.7%
David Testa ...20.1%
Jennifer Ahearn ...34.8%
Karen Bachus ...23.8%


CRANSTON

Question 8 - Recreation bond: $2.5 Million

Yes ...72.5%
No ...27.5%

CITY COUNCIL

Ward 1

Steve Stycos (D) ...74.9%
Michael Glucksman (R) ...24.8%

Ward 2

Don Botts (R) ...39.8%
Diana Gordon (D) ...26.7%
Joseph Rhodes (I) ...33.3%

Ward 3

Paul Archetto (D) ...69.0%
Nicholas Lima (R) ...30.6%

Ward 4

Mario Aceto (D) ...55.5%
Mark Collins (R) ...44.4%

Ward 5

Chris Paplauskas (R) ...45.4%
Richard Santamaria (D) ...54.2%

Ward 6


Stacy DiCola (D) ...46.7%
Michael Favicchio (R) ...53.1%

Citywide

Robert Pelletier (I)  ...9.7%
Leslie Ann Luciano (R) ...12.4%
Sarah Kales Lee (D) ...15.2%
John Lanni (D) ...16.6%
Michael Farina (D) ...20.2%
Jim Donahue (R) ...13.5%
Jim Carr (R) ...12.2%


STATE SENATOR

District 26

Sean Gately (R) ...36.4%
Frank Lombardi (D) ...63.3%

District 27

Hanna Gallo (D) ...46.7%
Aram Garabedian (I) ...33.7%
Robert Lancia (R) ...19.5%


STATE REPRESENTATIVE

District 15

Nicholas Mattiello (D) ...58.1%

Bobby Bach (R) ...41.7%

District 17

Robert Jacquard (D) ...70.1%
Charles Hooper (R) ...29.6%

District 18


Art Handy (D) ...62.6%
Don Gendron (R) ...20.5%
Mark Stoutzenberger (I) ...16.7%

District 41

Michael Marcello (D) ...55.6%
Mark Lucci (R) ...37.2%
Lee Grossguth (I) ...7.1%


SCHOOL COMMITTEE

Ward 1

Steven Bloom ..38.6%
Jeff Gale ...60.7%

Ward 2


Elana Carello-Rabiner ...32.9%
Stephanie Culhane ...66.2%

Ward 5

Joseph Agresti ...40.9%
Janice Ruggieri ...58.6%

Ward 6


Andrea Iannazzi ...57.7%

Jay Rosenfeld ...42.1%


JOHNSTON

Question 8 - Four year terms, two term limit for Mayor

Yes ...72.2%
No ...27.8%

Question 9 - Capital improvement bond for raods: $4 Million


Yes ...80.1%
No ...19.9%

Question 10 - Capital improvement bond for open space: $1 million


Yes ...60.7%
No ...39.3%


MAYOR


Joseph Polisena (D) ...77.9%
Peter Filippi (R) ...21.4%


TOWN COUNCIL

District 2

Melvin Steppo (I) ...41.4%
Anthony Verardo (D) ...58.3%

District 4


Robert Russo (D) ...73.5%
Robert Matteo (R) ...26.1%


STATE SENTATOR

District 22

Richard Porier (R) ...40.9%
Stephen Archambault (D) ...58.9%


STATE REPRESENTATIVE

District 43

Deborah Fellela (D) ...64.8%
Karin Gorman (I) ...35.0%

District 44

Jim Archer (R) ...37.5%
Greg Costantino (D) ...62.4%

Comments

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dormich

Gallucci WINS, what the hell is wrong with you people in Warwick? The brother is a theif stole from Daves and the "city".sorry the apple doesnt fall far as they say. Joe is already collecting multple pensions they guy is like 80 ARE YOU ALL CRAZY. YOU GET WHAT YOU DESERVE "HIGHER TAXES". Stupid, studip people. You all just elected more of the same shit you all complain about.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012 | Report this
BobDushman

You're calling people stupid people studip? ...speaks volumes.

Anyway, hurry up with the mail ballots and declare Colantuono the winner.

All we need is the town drunk Sharon Aham as a council person, complete joke.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012 | Report this
falina

Town drunk? Do tell....

Wednesday, November 7, 2012 | Report this
dormich

well excuse me , I made a dam type O.......

Thursday, November 8, 2012 | Report this
dormich

and her name is Ahearn, "Aham" guess that speaks volumes when you dont know who running.

Thursday, November 8, 2012 | Report this
mother22cs25

Karen Bachus was elected to school committee even though she was facing felony breaking and entering charges during the election   to give notice of which is required by all school committee members and candidates....she has now been charged with the that involved her destroying the belongings of a 6 month old girl!! What a great candidate for school committee!! I am disgusted that this woman who is obviously mentally unstable could be in charge of making decisions regarding our schools....and that she is also allowed to work with children at her job for dcyf when she could maliciously destroy the property of a young child!! What is our world coming to??

Friday, December 14, 2012 | Report this
Pmaloneyjr

Thank you for the information. Do you have any additional information? If this is true, why wouldn't the Warwick Beacon or Providence Journal write a story on it.

Monday, December 17, 2012 | Report this
Pmaloneyjr

I wrote to John Howell and he replied.

"Patrick I had heard something about this shortly after it occurred and asked the chief what was the story. He said they were investigating and it seemed like a dispute between the two of them. Thanks for sending this along. John"

So the Beacon knew about it before the election but decided it was something people would not want to know.

Here is a link to the actual Police Report. Copy and paste it into your browser. I can't believe this was not released.

https://www.facebook.com/notes/patrick-maloney-jr/warwick-police-report-12-5688-of-10-26-2012-11-days-prior-to-the-election/10151197015478348

Tuesday, December 18, 2012 | Report this