WORCESTER, Mass. - The results are in and Worcester is witness to history on Tuesday night.
The first non-binary candidate, newcomer Thu Nguyen, finished fourth in the City Council At-Large race, securing a place on the council and one of two new faces on the council in 2022.
See below for the unofficial elections results:
Over on the school committee, three new faces are among the winners, including the two top vote getters: Jermaine Johnson and Sue Mailman. They will be joined by incumbents Molly McCullough, Tracy O'Connell Novick and Laura Clancey, as well as newcomer Jermoh Kamara.
Longtime school committee member Dianna Biancheria finished seventh in the race.
- Voter turnout was around 16%
- In the mayoral race, Mayor Joe Petty once again came out on top by a landslide.
- District 1 City Councilor Sean Rose kept his seat in a tight race against challenger Richard Cipro.
- Etel Haxhiaj is the new District 5 City Councilor with a win over challenger Gregory Stratman
- District 2 City Councilor Candy Mero Carlson wins reelection in commanding fashion over Johanna Hampton-Dance.