Quincy: Mayor Koch retains seat

Two term-incumbent Mayor Thomas Koch has won his third term- defeating a challenge from Ann Mahoney, 10,510 to 8,340 on Tuesday night.

In the race for three open Councilor-at-large seats, Incumbents Joseph McMinn and Michael McFarland won re-election, and Ward 5 Councilor Douglas Gutro took the a seat as well. Former City Council President John Rodophelle Sr. lost his bid.

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In Ward 2, the seat left up for grabs after longtime councilor Daniel Raymondi was hired by Mayor Tom Koch to be a public works commissioner, will now be filled by Brad Croall who won over candidate Steve Perdios, 1,428 to 1,372.

Three seats on the Quincy school committee were snagged by incumbent David McCarthy and Paul Bregoli and Kathryn Hubley .

In Ward 3, Incumbent Kevin Coughlin won over John Cain Jr., 2,167 to 702. In Ward 5, Incumbent Kirsten Hughes defeated Neil McCole, 1,804 to 1,288.

In Ward 6, challenger Brian Radell narrowly won over incumbent Brian McNamee, 1,687 to 1,664.

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