Ballots from the Lawrence mayoral election have been recounted, and challenger Daniel Rivera is again claiming a narrow victory over incumbent William Lantigua.
The Lawrence mayoral race recount has been scheduled for next weekend.
Incumbent William Lantigua will ask for a recount after losing to challenger Daniel Rivera by a narrow margin.
Mayor William Lantigua remains 57 votes behind Dan Rivera after Lawrence election officials examined provisional ballots Friday night.
City Councilor Daniel Rivera claimed a narrow victory over incumbent Lawrence Mayor William Lantigua on Tuesday night in one of the state’s most closely watched races.
So who were the winners and losers on municipal election day here in Massachusetts?
The mayoral race is expected to draw a large turnout of voters in Lawrence. Bernice Corpuz reports.
Voters in several Massachusetts cities are heading to the polls to whittle down the number of candidates running for mayor.
Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley is suing Lawrence Mayor William Lantigua for allegedly accepting thousands of dollars in potentially illegal cash and corporate contributions.
A municipal parking lot manager with ties to Lawrence Mayor William Lantigua has pleaded not guilty to charges he stole money from the city and performed campaign-related tasks for the mayor.