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It's not a presidential year, but there were a number of key elections Tuesday, both locally and around the region and country. Here's a roundup of those races.
North Adams voters have chosen Jennifer Macksey as the city's next mayor. Macksey defeated Lynette Bond by a margin of 1,674 to 1,478, according to unofficial results from the City Clerk's Office.
With the city set to elect its first woman mayor, voters began filing into St. Elizabeth of Hungary Parish as soon as polls opened at 9 a.m. Tuesday.
Voting is about to get underway in an election that will see voters elect the first woman as mayor in the city’s history.
Jennifer Macksey leads in fundraising, with a total of $42,040 raised as of late October compared to Lynette Bond's $31,597.
Voters will cast their ballots Tuesday to decide whether Jennifer Macksey or Lynette Bond will be the next mayor — a historic first for the city.
A month from the North Adams mayoral election, Jennifer Macksey leads in fundraising by about $8,000.
In 1983, Frances Buckley attempted to be the first woman in the North Adams mayor's office. Nearly 40 years later, the city still has not seen a woman at the helm — but that's about to change.
Jennifer Macksey and Lynette Bond were the top two vote-getters in Tuesday's preliminary mayoral election and will go head to head in the Nov. 2 general election.
Who's on the ballot for North Adams mayor, where to vote and why the preliminary election this year is historic.