See How Candidates Did in Each of Watertown’s Precincts

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A map of Watertown's Districts: Peach is A, Red is B, Lime Green is C, Green is D.

A map of Watertown’s Districts: Peach is A, Red is B, Lime Green is C, Green is D.

The winning candidates in Watertown’s race for Town Councilor At-Large topped the voting in each precinct, but they split who won each of the town’s 12 precincts. See that and where other candidates fared best in the 2019 Town Election.

Anthony Donato, who won got the highest vote total, with 2,657, won six precincts (Pcts. 1, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12). Tony Palomba, whose 2,556 was second highest, won in four precincts (Pcts. 2, 4, 5 and 7). Caroline Bays, who finished third with 2,355 votes, won two precincts (Pcts. 3 and 6).

Fourth place candidate John Gannon, who got the final spot on the Town Council, came in fourth in eight precincts, but finished third in three (Pcts. 10, 11 and 12). His highest vote in a single precinct was 232 in Precinct 10.

Donato had the highest vote total in a single precinct, with 339 votes in Precinct 8. Palomba nearly matched that with 338 votes in Precinct 4. Bays was the only other candidate to garner more than 300 votes in a precinct, with 314 in Precinct 4.

Precinct by Precinct Votes


Among the other candidates, Clyde Younger had the highest single precinct total, with 174 in Precinct 10. He also got triple digits in Precincts 7 and 8. His best showing was in Precinct 10, where he place fourth.

Jimmy Mello also had his best showing in 10, where he got 151 votes, and he got more than 100 in Precincts 7 and 8. He placed fifth in Precincts 7, 8 and 9.

Michelle Cokonougher’s best precinct for vote totals was Precinct 5 where she got 101 votes. She came in fifth place in four precincts — 1, 3, 4 and 5.

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