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South End Election Results 2012

Find out who those in your ward and precinct voted for in the 2012 election in the South End neighborhood.

Welcome to your source for local election results for South End residents. 

Note: As of 12:30 a.m. on Wednesday, only Boston-wide results had been released. We'll have specific South End information as soon as it's available. 

LIVE 2012 ELECTION RESULTS

Boston:

     Race       Democratic Candidate Boston Results Republican Candidate Boston Results 3rd Party Candidates Boston Results U.S. President

Obama-Biden

78.45% Romney-Ryan 19.67%

Stein-Honkala

Johnson-Gray

.84%

.84%

U.S. Senate

Elizabeth Warren

73.72% Scott Brown 26.18% - U.S. Congress District 7

Michael Capuano

82.40% - - Karla Romero 17.19%

South End Ward and Precinct Results: 

     Race        South End Results South End Results South End Results U.S. President Obama-Biden Romney-Ryan

Stein-Honkala

Johnson- Gray

Ward 4, Pct 1 76.92% 21.59%

.64%

.85%

Ward 4, Pct 2 69.64% 28.93%

.41%

.87%

Ward 4, Pct 3 81.09% 17.63%

.21%

.96%

Ward 4, Pct 4 80.44% 17.72%

.74%

.96%

Ward 5, Pct 1 79.30% 19.01%

.46%

1.11%

Ward 8, Pct 1 90.00% 9.12%

.29%

.59%

Ward 9, Pct 1 88.9% 10.15%

.43%

.43%

Ward 10, Pct 2 82.96% 15.59%

.44

.15

Average for

neighborhod

81.15% 16.19%

.64%

.74%

U.S. Senate Elizabeth Warren Scott Brown Ward 4, Pct 1 78.97% 20.80% Ward 4, Pct 2 74.97% 24.91% Ward 4, Pct 3 81.44% 18.56%
Ward 4, Pct 4 75.50% 29.10% Ward 5, Pct 1 77.07% 22.59% Ward 8, Pct 1 85.29% 13.84% Ward 9, Pct 1 79.01% 20.68% Ward 9, Pct 2 77.83 21.68 Average for neighborhood 78.76% 22.27%

Ballot Questions:

Boston:

Ballot Questions Percent Yes (Boston) Percent No (Boston) Question 1: Right to Repair 85.49% 14.51% Question 2: Assisted Suicide 51.06% 48.94% Question 3: Medical Marijuana 69.24% 30.76%

South End:

Ballot Questions Percent Yes  Percent No  Question 1: Right to Repair 86.42% 13.58% Ward 4, Pct 1 89.49% 10.51% Ward 4, Pct 2 85.05% 14.95% Ward 4, Pct 3 86.40% 13.60% Ward 4, Pct 4 87.37% 12.63% Ward 5, Pct 1 87.88% 12.12% Ward 8 Pct 1 85.21% 14.79% Ward 9, Pct 1 82.68% 17.32% Ward 9, Pct 2 87.28% 12.72% Question 2: Assisted Suicide 60.69% 34.89% Ward 4, Pct 1 68.01% 31.99% Ward 4, Pct 2 61.33% 38.67% Ward 4, Pct 3 65.26% 34.74% Ward 4, Pct 4 64.73% 35.27% Ward 5, Pct 1 69.90% 30.10% Ward 8, Pct 1 43.88% 56.12% Ward 9, Pct 1 49.33% 50.67% Ward 9, Pct 2 63.10% 36.90% Question 3: Medical Marijuana 74.69% 25.30%
Ward 4, Pct 1 78.66% 21.34% Ward 4, Pct 2 72.61% 27.39% Ward 4, Pct 3 78.99% 21.01% Ward 4, Pct 4 76.28% 23.72% Ward 5, Pct 1 79.89% 20.11% Ward 8, Pct 1 65.82% 34.07% Ward 9, Pct 1

67.82%

34.18%
Ward 9, Pct 2 77.35% 22.65%

Uncontested Races:

Councillor: (4th District) - Christopher Ianella, Jr., Democrat
Senator in General Court: (2nd Suffolk District) - Sonia Chang-Diaz, Democrat
Representative in General Court: - (9th Suffolk District) - Byron Rushing, Democrat
Clerk of Supreme Judicial Court: (Suffolk County) - Maura Doyle, Democrat 
Clerk of Superior Court, Civil: (Suffolk County) - Michael Donovan, Democrat
Clerk of Superior Court, Criminal: (Suffolk County) - Maura Hennigan, Democrat
Register of Deeds: (Suffolk County) - Mickey Roache, Democrat 
Register of Probate: (Suffolk County) - Patricia Campatelli, Democrat

Full Election Coverage:

  • Election Day Preview: What You Need to Know to Vote On Nov. 6
  • Massachusetts Election Results 2012
  • Election Day in Boston: Long Lines in South End During Morning Peak Hours
  • VIDEO: Romney Votes in Belmont: Tweets From the Scene
  • PHOTOS: Look Who is Voting
  • VIDEO: South End Residents at the Polls
  • Capuano Wins Reconfigured Seventh Congressional District
  • Live-Tweeting: Inside the Romney Party
  • Barack Obama Re-Elected President
  • Elizabeth Warren Wins U.S. Senate Seat in Massachusetts
  • Barack Obama Wins Massachusetts
  • Election 2012: State Ballot Question Results

Updates from the Polls:

5 p.m. - City announces 38.25 percent of registered voters had voted by 3 p.m. 

3 p.m. - City announces 26.25 percent of registered voters had voetd by noon.

2 p.m. - Talked to voters outside of the Franklin Institute. Hear what they had to say here. 

1 p.m. - City announces that 15 percent of voters had voted by 9 a.m.

12:30 p.m. - Still a 90+ minute wait time at the Ward 5, Precinct 1 polling location at the Franklin Insitute on Berkeley Street. 

9:13 a.m. - Lines still out the door at Warren Ave polling location.

9 a.m. - Long lines still reported at Cathedral High School.

9:30 a.m. - Huge line reported at the Franklin Institute. Voters wrap around the block waiting in the cold.

7 a.m. - Long lines reported outside of polling station at Cathedral High School. An estimated 250-300 people stood in line as the doors opened on Tuesday morning. 

Stay with us on Facebook and Twitter for up-to-the-minute updates.

Sara Jacobi November 06, 2012 at 12:28 PM
If you've got photos or updates to share with your neighbors, upload a photo or leave a comment! Trying to make this a go-to resource for neighbors today. Thanks, all. - Your editor, Sara.

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