2022 State Election

Democratic nominee for Lt Gov was Kim Driscoll. Republican nominee for Lt Gov was Leah Allen. Ballot Questions: Millionaires Tax – 1,233,950 Yes (12,080 in Lowell); 1,138,315 No (8379 in Lowell) Dental Insurance – 1,673,755 Yes (14,389 in Lowell); 668,569 No (4,824 in Lowell) Liquor Sales – 1,287,211 Yes (9229…

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2021 City Preliminary

2021 Preliminary Election The city held its first election under its new hybrid system of government on Tuesday, September 21, 2021. There were preliminary elections held in four of the eight city council districts. A preliminary must be held when there are more than twice as many candidates as there…

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1989 City Election

On November 7, 1989, voters reelected council incumbents Bud Caulfield, Robert Kennedy, Kathleen Kelley, Curtis LeMay, Tarsy Poulios, Brendan Fleming, Gerald Durkin and Richard Howe. Joining them was former councilor Raymond Rourke. Incumbent Joseph Fitzpatrick did not seek reelection. On the school committee, incumbents Regina Faticanti, Kathleen Janas, George Kouloheras…

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2019 City Election

Election Day was Tuesday, November 5, 2019. The weather was overcast/drizzly with 45 degrees as an average temperature. Of 59,509 registered voters, 11,051 (18.6%) participated in this election. Three incumbent councilors did not seek re-election: Ed Kennedy, Jim Milinazzo and Karen Cirillo. There were 3 referendum questions on the ballot:…

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2019 City Preliminary

The 2019 City of Lowell preliminary election was held on Tuesday, September 24, 2019. The weather was beautiful. Turnout was 9.5% (5,588 of 59,030 registered voters). There were 20 council candidates which would be reduced to 18 in this election. There were only 10 school committee candidates, so no preliminary…

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2002 State Election

The Republican candidate for Lt Governor was Kerry Healy. The Democratic Lt Governor candidate was Chris Gabrieli. Also running for governor were Stein and Lorenzen (Green-Rainbow; 3.5%); Howell and Aucoin (Libertarian; 1.1%) and Johnson and Schebel (Unenrolled; 0.7%). In the 17th Middlesex State Rep district, Libertarian Eryk Boston was on…

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