RESULTS: City Council race 2020

As the polls throughout Burlington close, the Vermont Cynic has reporters inside City Hall waiting for the Wards 1-8 races to be called.

Check back on this post as we update it with more results.

Here are the unofficial results from City Hall:

Ward 1: According to poll workers at Ward 1, Progressive Zoraya Hightower won with 912 votes, unseating incumbent Sharon Bushor who received 408. UVM SGA President Jillian Scannell, a senior, received 369. 

Ward 2: Incumbent Max Tracy, a Progressive, has won against Democratic challenger Ryan Nick. Tracy received 1,211 votes to Nick’s 529. 

Ward 3: Incumbent Brian Pine, a Progressive, has kept his seat in Ward 3. He was unopposed and received 1,586 votes. 

Ward 4: Democrat Sarah Carpenter has won, beating Independent challenger Ericka Redic. Carpenter received 1,517 while Redic received 263 votes.

Ward 5: Incumbent Democrat William “Chip” Mason has won to keep his seat from Progressive Nate Lantieri. Mason received 1,212 votes while Lantieri received 1,027. 

Ward 6: Incumbent Karen Paul has won to keep her seat. She had no opponent.

Ward 7: Incumbent Ali Dieng, a Progressive will keep his seat. He ran unopposed. 

Ward 8: Jane Stromberg, a Progressive has just unseated incumbent Adam Roof, a Democrat. Stromberg won with 635 voters and Roof received 427.