Dumais wins Marlborough mayor’s race

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Dumais wins Marlborough mayor’s race
J. Christian Dumais campaigned outside of the Senior Center on Nov. 7. (Photo/Laura Hayes)

MARLBOROUGH – The city has a new mayor-elect.

According to unofficial results from the City Clerk’s office, J. Christian Dumais edged Samantha Perlman in the municipal election, 3,593-3,251, on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

There will also be some new faces on the City Council, including Mark Vital for Ward 1, Robert Preciado for Ward 3 and Albert Trey Fuccillo for Ward 6.

In other City Council races, David Doucette defeated James Jumonville to earn another term as Ward 2 councilor, and Teona Brown earned another term as Ward 4 councilor, defeating Thomas Dalton. Donald Landers turned back challenger Harmony Larson to win another term as Ward 7 councilor.

John Irish ran unopposed, and earned another term as Ward 5 councilor.

In the at-large council race, Michael Ossing, Kathleen Robey and Mark Oram were re-elected while Ward 6 councilor Sean Navin will be returning as the fourth at-large member.

School Committee members Katherine M. Hennessy, Daniel J. Caruso and Heidi A. Matthews also ran unopposed, and were re-elected, along with Peggy Ayres, the city’s representative to the Assabet Valley School Committee.

Mayor

J. Christian Dumais – 3,593
Samantha Perlman – 3,251

At-Large

Mark Oram (incumbent) – 3,719
Michael Ossing (incumbent) – 3,637
Kathleen Robey (incumbent) – 3,481
Sean Navin – 3,644
Scott King – 3,050

Ward 1

Mark Vital – 890

Ward 2

David Doucette (incumbent) – 678
James Jumonville – 282

Ward 3

Robert Preciado – 582
Write-In – 180

Ward 4

Teona Brown (incumbent) – 653
Thomas Dalton – 163

Ward 5

John Irish (incumbent) – 612

Ward 6

Albert Trey Fuccillo – 792
Maureen Brennan – 380

Ward 7

Don Landers (incumbent) – 492
Harmony Larson – 445

School Committee

Daniel Caruso – 4,214
Katherine Hennessy – 4,336
Heidi Matthews – 3,772

Assabet School Committee

Peggy Ayres – 5,082

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