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As we offer most every year, here’s your chance to beat the best municipal election prognosticators with your keen political insight. Who’s going to win the contested races?
- Ward 1 ward councilor: Maria Scibelli-Greenberg (I) or Allan Ciccone
- Ward 2 ward councilor: Emily Norton (I) or Bryan Barash
- Ward 2 at-large (pick 2): Susan Albright (I), Jake Auchincloss (I), Tarik Lukas, or Jennifer Bentley
- Ward 3 ward councilor: Julia Malakie or Carolina Ventura
- Ward 3 at-large (pick 2): Andrea Kelley (I), Jim Cote (I), or Pam Wright
- Ward 5 ward councilor: Bill Humphrey or Kathy Winter (Rena Getz will not win)
- Ward 5 at-large (pick 2): Deb Crossley (I), Andreae Downs (I), or Paul Coletti
- Ward 6 ward councilor: Brenda Noel (I) or Lisa Gordon
- Ward 6 at-large (pick 2): Vicki Danberg (I), Greg Schwartz (I), or Alicia Bowman
That’s a lot of candidates!
First tie-breaker: top vote getter.
Second tie-breaker: closest race. Either the difference between the winner and runner-up in a ward race or the difference between the second and third in an at-large race. The difference between one and two or three and four in an at-large race don’t qualify.
Third tie-breaker: total votes cast for candidates in the Ward 2 ward councilor race.
As per tradition, the winner gets a free subscription to Village 14. The runner-up gets two subscriptions.